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Visit A Part Of Colorado History - The Cripple Creek District Museum

The Cripple Creek District Museum is a private, non-profit foundation founded to preserve the history of the fabulous Cripple Creek District.

Located on Bennett Avenue in the former Midland-Terminal Railroad Depot, the Museum complex contains three buildings with six floors of mining memorabilia, maps, paintings, glass and china, children's items, furnishings, an assay office, a photograph gallery, Indian artifacts, mineral displays and two Victorian apartments.
Cripple Creek District Museum

Admission Information:

Since 1953, millions of people have visited the museum. Admission is $5.00 for adults, $2.50 for children under 12, $3.00 for military personnel and senior citizens. Children under age 6 are free. Groups of 10 or more are $3.00 per person (please make group reservations in advance). We welcome history groups, families and school groups - call or email to make your reservation!


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