WMMI Admission Rates
Members are FREE
$12 - Adult
$10 - Military/AAA
$10 - Seniors 60+
$8 - Student 13+*
$6 - Child 4 - 12*
Free - Children under 3 - with paid Adult
* Individuals under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Handicap accessible parking
Service animals allowed w/appropriate documentation
When machines are operating, it can be quite loud. Hearing protection recommended for those with sensitivities
WMMI HOURS & GUIDED TOURS
Monday - Saturday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Guided tours are free with your admission. Our amazing and knowledgeable Tour Guides bring the history to life with stories and anecdotes to engage all ages. Guided Tours take place at 10am and 1pm.
Gold Panning is also included with your admission. There is a video to teach you the fundamentals along with all of the equipment you will need to search for your treasure. (Additional tools and gems are available for purchase in our gift shop)
The Museum also has multiple movies to help show the history and importance of mining to our area. Footage shows the hardship and challenges the early prospectors and miners faced along with examples of successes and failures. The movies are also included with your admission.
Tour Groups. If you have a large group, or a group with specialized needs/requirements, please call in advance so we can provide the best museum experience for you. 719-488-0880.
School Groups should contact Lauren directly so we can create a field trip catered to your needs. (also see our Education Options)
Open year-round (closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day)
If you would like to see a video featuring WMMI please click here (*note, Video is courtesy of Pikes Peak Regional Attractions. There are no longer Donkeys at WMMI)
The Western Museum of Mining and Industry is conveniently located just off I25 at exit 156 (North Gate Blvd). Head East and make the first right, where you will immediately be transported back to a slower, less developed time. Notice the Historic Reynolds Ranch House as you enter, then travel over Smith Creek and be sure to look for deer and other wild life. You'll pass the original, hundred year old Apple Orchard on your right, and the classic Reynolds Ranch Hay Barn on your left. As you drive past the 1920 Osgood Steam Shovel, park and come inside to experience a step back in history. We look forward to seeing you.