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My husband and I were in the area for a wedding and had some time to explore. This little museum is chock full of information and specimens. The fluorescent room is super cool! Everyone was SO friendly and helpful! We even got to hold dinosaur...More
Love the place and the staff. So nice and friendly. So much fun and my whole family loves the experiences. Lots of rocks and education we were looking for. Highly recommend to anyone who loves Rocks...
My husband and I so enjoyed our visit to the Franklin Mineral Museum. After looking at their huge collection of specimens, we entered the fluorescent room. What an awesome sight. Rather plain rocks suddenly changed into neon colors in many designs with the flick of...More
Local friends took us to see the wonderful collection & displays at the Franklin Mineral Museum. They had free passes, but would be worth paying anyway. What a fantastic collection of fluorescent minerals from Franklin, as well as minerals and fossils and artifacts from around...More
If you and your young ones love rocks and minerals, this is a really nice place. I'd recommend this over the Sterling Mine Museum. The facilities are kept a lot cleaner, the bathrooms are a lot nicer and they have a lot more on display....More
Kids love rocks - and these ones glow, well at least under black light. I was able to keep my 4 kids, 12,10,7 &2 happily occupied on dads day out alone with kids.
We did the walk through of the various rock collection (both local...More
Cool spot for all ages. My daughter loved searching the sand for fossils and minerals and arrowheads and panning for minerals. The really unique offering, though, is their rock piles. Guests get to comb through the scree to find fluorescent minerals and then examine their...More