From the Museum's website -- The Earth & Mineral Sciences Museum at The Pennsylvania State University in State College is a unique mineral museum. The main gallery display includes displays of fine minerals such as azurite and "velvet" malachite from Bisbee, Arizona, and amazonite crystals from the Pikes' Peak, Colorado, area. The country's most extensive collection of paintings and sculpture depicting mining and related industries is on display in the Museum.
Additional displays focus on plate tectonics and meteorological events.
The Museum is located on the first floor of the Deike Building at the Penn State University Park campus. The Museum is open Monday through Friday, 9:30AM to 5:00PM, and admission is free.