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Family adventures 140 meters down England’s last deep coal mine

by What's On

Pop on a hard hat, a lamp and go on an adventure 140 m underground at The National Coal Mining Museum, England’s last deep coalmine. Hear how mining shaped how we live our lives today

Chat to charismatic former-miners as they tell the tales of their mining careers and the men, women, children, animals and equipment that worked the coal mines for centuries before them.

Hear how mining lingo, hardships and dangers shape how we live our lives today. 

Visitors can strike up a conversation with the blacksmiths restoring metalwork and creating new works of art then let off steam in the Adventure Playground.

Meet the ponies and find out from their keepers what jobs they would have done and what makes them so special.

If there is any time left in the day then explore acres of woodland spotting plants and wildlife and see how bright orange mine water is cleaned.

Check out all events at NCM here

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National Coal Mining Museum

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