National Mining Museum Scotland
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We are the National Mining Museum Scotland, a 5* visitor attraction and winner of Scotland's Best Visitor Experience 2009, based in the Lady Victoria Colliery.
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This is one of the finest surviving examples of a Victorian colliery in Europe. The highly rated visitor attraction is a twice winner of the Association of Scottish Visitor Attractions "Best Visitor Experience" Award. Visitors to the museum will marvel at the sheer size of the place, be astounded…
Scotland relied heavily on the mining industry. This excellent museum lets you travel into a mine shaft to see the sights and conditions endured by the workers. Also has a cafe and a soft play for small children.
Museum which tells you about the history of the area of Dalkeith. The coal mines which brought revenue to the area & what it entailed, a very interesting morning or afternoon out for the whole family!
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