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Consolidated Gold Mine

185 Consolidated Gold Mine Rd, Dahlonega, GA
+1 706-864-8473
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Great time

We had so much fun so entertaining and the guys working there are amazing so helpful. We had a lot... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Mjsnmjsn
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Guadalajara, Mexico
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Really fun tour

Even though we happened to come right in the midst of 3 bus loads of children on field trips for... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Cushmanh
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Tallahassee, Florida
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You and your family will enjoy a 40 minute Underground Adventure of the mine with one of our friendly and knowledgeable staff members.As you descend the stairs, you will hear tales of miner’s struggles to uncover gold deep within large Quartz veins. Your tour guide welcomes interaction from the group as you experience life as a miner at the turn of the century.After your tour, you will receive gold panning instructions from some of the best panners in the world, having won numerous awards in the field. Then you will get a chance to try if for yourself and hopefully you’ll strike it rich!While you are at the mine, don’t forget to try our “Gemstone Grubbin’” for a great family experience. Everyone will love our water powered flume boxes that quickly wash away material revealing beautiful gemstones! We have buckets for beginners and experts alike. There’s no better way to strike it rich!The Mines remain at a comfortable 60 degrees year round. As a reminder, this is a walking tour. Guests enter the mine via three flights of stairs and two ramps. Tennis shoes are recommended and closed toed shoes are a must! Flip Flops are not permitted for the Underground Adventure.Pets and strollers are not permitted in the mine.TRAVEL 200 FEET UNDERGROUND AND 100 YEARS BACK IN TIME!
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185 Consolidated Gold Mine Rd, Dahlonega, GA
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We had so much fun so entertaining and the guys working there are amazing so helpful. We had a lot of fun and would do it again in a heatbeat

Thank Mjsnmjsn
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Even though we happened to come right in the midst of 3 bus loads of children on field trips for school, we had a very good tour guide who gave a lively, animated tour. Stopped to answer questions. The included gold panning with the purchased...More

Thank Cushmanh
Reviewed 4 days ago

Very interesting and informative. Going into the Mine was exciting. The employee did an outstanding job and was very friendly as were all of them. Very clean.

Thank M5722KFchristinep
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We recently toured the consolidated gold mine and had a great experience. The tour was so interesting and the guide knew his history of the mine which made it so interesting. We panned for gold and also bought the buckets of gems. The most interesting...More

Thank Lynette G
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We enjoyed the mine tour and gold panning so much! All the staff were great, including our guide. We would recommend it to everyone to experience.

Thank jaward68
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I have returned annually for about six years to gem mine during my husband's annual bicycle ride in Dahlonega. I love the thrill of the hunt, and I sit and take my time for a couple hours going through the $50 bucket of gems. Last...More

Thank Susan P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We took two 16 month olds on the guided tour of the mine. We took them in backpack carriers and it was perfect! I got a little nervous at first because there was a short video and the kiddos got "vocal" and squirmy. It was...More

Thank Elizabeth D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

First, when I think of gold mining, did not think of Georgia...so the tour was very informative and worth doing. Wear sturdy shoes since the tour takes you underground up and down stairs where you might experience some dampness.

Thank whitechickwines
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Really enjoyed the tour. Minor Tom did great. He was very knowledgeable about the history of the mine.

Thank Tish W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Who knew there was a glod mine in the South? Going through Dahlonega we read about this gold mine. The tour is very intereesting and we learned a lot things that we did not know before. It is worth the stop.

Thank Vickie W
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MariefromGeorgia
October 20, 2017|
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Response from Nikita K | Reviewed this property |
Adults – $16.00 (tax included) Children (4-14 years) – $11.00 (tax included) from the website
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Mjsnmjsn
September 20, 2017|
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Response from yayatraveldiva | Reviewed this property |
Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson Airport is the nearest. It can take up to two hours with Atlanta traffic if you come directly from the airport.
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Aaron M
June 30, 2017|
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Response from Stan W | Reviewed this property |
The mine isn’t active. When we went we were (that’s a lot of w’s) given pans with the sand in it. I can’t say if the gold is added or natural to the sand. Everyone in our party got something to take as a memento... More
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