The tours are scheduled by time. My 7 years old and I paid approx. $50. The tour was good and our guide is very entertaining. If you have kids or yourself doesn't like the dark or enclosed space not a good tour for you to...More
About Atlas Coal Mine National Historic Site
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Had a great experience at the Atlas Coal Mine! We took the Tipple Tour. Our guy was amazing! Very knowledgeable and could answer any question anyone had! Would recommend to all ages!
My friend and I booked a the full tour on the weekend. We did 3 tours: Tipple, Tunnel and Train. It took approximately 3 1/2 hours. Hot day. Our guide was very informative and told us lots of mining stories. We really enjoyed that. Lots...More
My family of 5 spent most of a day here and took in every single tour they offered. Tour guides were knowledgeable and made the experience extremely interesting. Would visit again, particularly if they actually get the mine opened again.
I visited the Atlas Coal Mine with my brother. We took the Tunnel tour and we found it very informative and entertaining. Our tour guide, Emily, was amusing, knowledgeable, and very good storyteller. Definitely would recommend this to everyone in the area.
We did not decide not to go into the coal mine because when we arrived we thought the pricing was a bit outrageous for a national historic site. It was $40 to explore the entire mine and $25 for the basic grounds plus one additional...More
This was very interesting and I learned so much. We did the tunnel tour and our guide was good. I did find it a little pricey.
I almost didn't stop because I'd seen a coal mine in PA, but this was actually very different. The Train and Unmentionables tours highlighted different aspects of the mining experience. For one thing, miners tended to be single males that only worked during winter (supplying...More