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All reviews flight memorial coal mine these men mine shaft trapped miners small area self guided visitor center piece of history worth the trip my husband and i presentation mines arnold farm statue museum
we happily enjoyed the site surrounded by the beautiful fall decorations... flowers, pumpkins, corn stalks...
please keep in mind that you need to turn right where the arrow shows on Rt. 985. We misread the sign as saying we had to drive further another 500...More
My wife and I were in the area visiting the Flight 93 Memorial and learned that the dramatic 2002 rescue of 9 miners trapped 240 feet underground happened nearby. We visited and heard a 1 hour presentation on the details from a lady who knew...More
Unfortunately, the visitor center had closed at 4 on Saturday; so, we didn't get to see the full presentation. The statue was amazing to see, though. If you're in the area, the statue by itself is worth the detour.
We happened upon the Quecreek Mine Rescue Site on our way to Somerset, Pennsylvania. We enjoyed the presentation by Bill Arnold (owner of the farm where the rescue occurred) and his slideshow describing the rescue. For $7.00 you can tour the site, see the museum’s...More
The site of what many called a miracle. I remember being out of town the weekend of the flooding of the mine. When we went to be on Saturday night I was very depressed because they had stopped hearing sounds from the mine. However, but...More
My husband and I visited the museum and were completely amazed by the presentation. The woman was so passionate about presenting the events that one could not help feeling that they were a part of the story. A truly great experience hearing about the miracles...More
Arriving by bus we were greeted by the farm's owner Bill. He directed us to the museum where he served cookies, water, ice tea, and use of restrooms. After this break he gave a stirring presentation of what caused the entrapment, the rescue efforts by...More
Simple,but nice. You have a museum with many photos of the rescue and the people that were there, like President Bush.and equipment that was used on the rescue. The actual hole the men were pulled up through is still there and you can walk right...More