Bang! Bang! Boom! Can you hear the miners picks banging against the earth as they get the dynamite ready! Broken Boot Gold Mine is a popular and adventurous underground mine tour which will take you back to those days when you could hear the booms of the miners dynamite, and the powerful punch of the pick can be heard through the tunnels below the ground.
The mining shafts are actually over 100 years old! Can you imagine what it would have been like all those years ago?
You can follow the path of the cars that would have made their way through the shafts, and walk in the footsteps of those thousands of miners who tried to make their fortune in the dark and often dangerous atmosphere!
The tours that will take you through the mines are regular, and give you experienced guides that will be there on hand to tell you all the magic and mysteries of the gold mining techniques.
Of course, the miners were all about the gold, and that can be mined or panned! You can get the whole family involved, trying to pan for gold the same way the prospectors would have done. And unlike them, you are guaranteed to strike gold! Yes - every single family member gets to go home with a "share" in the legendary mine!
Broken Boot Gold Mine actually produced about 15,000 ounces of gold for the two owners over a 26 year period, which wasn't actually a lot. BUT, there was plenty of other minerals that they found which helped their fortune! See all the fun facts that you can learn on your tour!
Deadwood will give you plenty of adventures above ground, so let Broken Boot Gold Mine give you an adventure under ground!
$6. Gold panning $8
$5 (Ages 6 to 17). Gold panning $8
Seniors, AAA and military $5
The mine is a nonprofit mine and really love to do their best to keep the stories alive and preserved, just like the mine.
It's Deadwood! There are so many things to eat in the town you won't hear any rumbling tummies!
It's dark - but take your camera!
Everyone goes home with a "share" in the mines!
They do offer discounts, so why not bring the students for an education outside the classroom, and in a mine! It's a great way to learn about history
Bring some water because it can get thirsty work being in the mines!
If you do need accessibility, then just give them a call to see what assistance they can give you
There is ample parkng for you!