Pine Valley Community Museum
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Small museum complex featuring a collection of historic mining equipment, farming tools and homesteading utensils. The museum is noted for it mounted animal exhibit including the largest Rocky Mountain Elk ever taken in Pine Valley. The exhibit includes blacksmith's tools, information about the nearby ghost town of Cornucopia and information about former gold mine operations.
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