Enjoy a piece of timeless history. Guided Tours start at 30 minutes $10.00 per person. under 3 free
We offer an interactive and hands on approach to learning about the coal heritage past. The tour will cover the buildings unique architecture and its structural purpose. Stories of the life and times of the people that shopped here and lived in the surrounding coal camp of Whipple/Scarbro and Fayette county.
This history will prove to be most interesting, with stories and information you will be astounded to hear.
Open 11 am-6 pm May 1st to Nov 1st Closed on Tuesday
No photographs are to be taken of the George Bragg Collection these photos are on exibit for your touring pleasure We ask that you do not video tape the tour, but photographs are allowed.
*Private family tours*Bus tours *Large groups*After hour tours * Special needs or wheelchair confined
Can arrange a tour by calling
May-Oct. 304 465-0331 Nov-April 304 266-0788 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A tour for all ages.
Tour Approx 2 hours- Admission is $25.00 per person.
A guided tour will be led by one of our History Interpreters. This tour is recommended for anyone studying Appalachian studies, Coal Mining Heritage, Memories of the Coal Camps.
On this tour you will examine original pieces from the company store era, listen to stories from the folks that lived and shopped here. travel through parts of the company store that will leave you with an understanding of life in the coal fields in the early 1900's.
College students benefit from this tour as well as instructors and professor's instructing about Historic Appalachia.
This tour can be requested at the ticket window when making your ticket purchase group rate tours (8 or more) call for a reservation 304 465-0331 May-Oct 304 266-0788 Nov.-April or email email@example.com
Kid in the Coal Mine Great Field trip and group experience Includes building tour, hands on experience at the 1900 post office, the memory room, mining coal in the simulated whipple mine, getting paid in scrip, making a heritage craft, ending with a coal miners snack. This is an excellent adventure for any one wanting more Hands On 1900 Coal Heritage Knowledge. Highly recommendedfor Scouts earning badges, 4-H-ers working on project books, field trips make for great geography ,history or science projects. writers wanting an up close and personal experience Any hobbyist or genealogist
Call 304 465-0331 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a reservation of 8 or more group rates available