Tintic Mining Museum Eureka Utah
Located on Main Street in the small town of Eureka Utah is the Tintic Mining Museum. This Museum is filled with relics from this towns history dating back to the late 1800's. As you make your way through the museum you can view several of the minerals that are common to this area. Exhibits of old mining tools, mining relics and other historical artifacts are on display.
Next time you’re traveling through this little town stop by The Tintic Museum. I'm sure you'll be very surprised to learn about the magnitude of the mining operations that once took place in Eureka Utah. Admission into the museum is free of charge.
From Salt Lake City travel on I-15 south to exit 244 in Santaquin Utah. Exit and travel on US-6 W. US-6 runs through the town of Eureka Utah.
Travel Time: 1hr 30min
The Tintic Museum
Museum Hours: May-Sep, Sat-Sun 3:00-5:00 and by appointment.
Phone: (435) 433-6915
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