Collections of minerals, gems, meteorites, ores, rocks, and xenoliths Colburn Earth Science Museum (Asheville) mineral crystals and gemstones from North Carolina and around the world Mineral and Lapidary Museum of Henderson County (Hendersonville) minerals of North Carolina, geodes, fossils North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences (Raleigh) the geology collection numbers approximately 7500 mostly North Carolina specimens Cleveland Museum of Natural History (Cleveland) Department of Mineralogy.
Approximately 35,000 specimens of minerals, rocks, ores, lapidary arts, gemstones and meteorites from locations all over the world Crater Rock Museum (Central Point) A large collection of minerals (many world class) and fossils (very good display of the fossil record of plant evolution) Rice Northwest Museum of Rocks and Minerals (Hillsboro) rocks and minerals The Bryn Mawr College Mineral Collections (Bryn Mawr) one of the finest collections in the USA of minerals from Pennsylvania and around the world.
Pölten) This provincial museum has a collection of about 2000 mineral specimens Naturhistorishes Museum (Vienna) Department of Mineralogy and Petrography Musée de l'Iguanodon (Bernissart) the Museum of the Iguanodon has mainly fossils, but also some nice minerals on display Diamantmuseum Brugge (Brugge = Bruges) the Diamond Museum of Bruges Situated in the centre of Bruges KBIN - IRSN (Brussels) the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences runs the national museum of natural sciences which also has a fine Mineral Gallery Natuurhistorisch Museum Boekenberg (Deurne, Antwerp) permanent displays focusing on mineralogy, paleontology, archaeology and prehistoric life Geuldalmuseum (Kelmis) this museum has an important collection of old specimens of local zinc and lead minerals Museum ACAM (Merksem, Antwerp) minerals of Belgium and the rest of the world; a large display of fluorescent minerals, also some fossils and temporary exhibits Musée du coticule (Salmchâteau) coticule is a unique wetstone, found only in Belgium.
James Madison University Mineral Museum (Harrisonburg) over 500 crystals and gemstones from around the world University of Wisconsin Geology Museum (Madison) free to visit, welcomes visitors of all ages.University of Waterloo Earth Sciences Museum (Waterloo) Minerals, fossils, meteorites and even a mining tunnel are on display in the Earth Sciences building Malartic Mineralogical Museum = Musée Minéralogique de l'Abitibi-Témiscamingue (Malartic) original exhibits and interactive attractions engage visitors in learning about the many fascinating aspects of minerals Redpath Museum, Mc Gill University (Montréal) its mandate is to foster understanding and appreciation of the diversity of our biological, geological, and cultural heritage through scientific research, collections-based study, and education Musée de géologie René-Bureau, Université Laval (Québec City) hosts the largest and oldest geological collections in Quebec.More than 1000 mineral samples from around the world on display. Musée de minéralogie et de pétrographie (Ambazac, Haute-Vienne) about 500 rocks and 3000 minerals (both worldwide and local) are on permanent display in the museum Musée des Minéraux Bourg d’Oisans (Bourg d’Oisans, Isère) the Museum of Minerals is located in the attic of the church and houses a fine collection of French Alps minerals.Most labels also mention the mineral names in English National Museum of Nature and Science (Tokyo) the museum also has quite a few minerals on display Geological Museum (Tsukuba Science City) Geological Survey of Japan Kristalmuseum Borculo (Borculo) minerals, crystals, gems, fossils Oertijdmuseum De Groene Poort (Boxtel) the Oertijdmuseum is the largest geology museum of the Netherlands, with permanent displays of fossils, rocks and minerals De Oude Aarde (Giethoorn) minerals, fossils Mineralogisch Museum Grou (Grou, Friesland) the museum has about 40 display cases showing minerals from all over the world Teylers Museum (Haarlem) mineralogical collection from the 18th century in the oval room Geologisch Museum Hofland (Laren, Noord Holland) rocks, fossils, minerals, geology Naturalis (Leiden) unfortunately not that many minerals; plenty of fossils, dinosaurs (including a T-rex) and geology Natuurhistorisch Museum Maastricht (Maastricht) mostlty geology and fossils Gelders Geologisch Museum (Velp) the museum has a nice mineral collection on display (arranged according to Strunz).It also has micromineral collections that can be studied on the spot Blaafarveværket (Åmot i Modum) Cobalt mining Museum (cobalt was used to make the blue dye for the porcelain and glass industries) Mineralparken (Hornnes) Amusement park focusing on minerals and rocks.