Bohemia Gold Mining Museum
Located in the former Boots and Sandals Square Dance Barn (The Red Barn), just across from the Bohemia Park. The museum is a living and expanding memorial to all miners, and to the rich history of gold mining activities in the Bohemia Mining District. The museum’s collection of photographs, tools, ore samples, and other artifacts pays tribute to the area’s gold mining history. The museum is dedicated to the memory
of Guy Leabo, a long-time area miner with a
passion to preserve the history of the Bohemia
Mining District. Many of the artifacts in the
museum were donated from his personal
REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS
Thursday, Friday: Currently Closed
Saturday: Re-Opening on Saturday, September 12, 2020
1:00 to 4:00pm
A Suggested Donation is $2.00 per guest. Your generous donations are helping preserve our mining history. Thank you!
email: Bohemiagoldminingmuseum@gmail.com Telephone: 541-942-5022; please leave a message
If you are traveling through town and would like to see the museum during non-business hours, please contact Craig at: 541-517-3146. If he is available, he will be happy to open the museum for you.
We are pleased to announce that we will be re-opening our doors, every Saturday, starting September 12, 2020. Our hours will be 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm.
As per the current State of Oregon Guidelines we will need each guest to wear a face mask, stay six (6) feet away from other guests, and sign our guest book when you visit.
We look forward to seeing you!
Call us for a TOUR. We would love to show you our mining history!
Call the museum at 541-942-5022; leave a message. It may take a few days for us to get back to you. Or, call
541-359-5704 and ask for Linda, our Tour Scheduler. Also, you are welcome to email: Bohemiagoldminingmuseum@gmail.com
Guy Leabo was the former owner of the mine at Crystal Basin. He was also a mining historian and a collector of antique mining tools and equipment. A life long resident of the area, he played a significant role in helping to preserve and promote the mining culture in Cottage Grove.