Crystal Mountain

Auckland, Online
All year round

Are you really into crystals? This is the place for you!

Travel by elevator to the heart of Crystal Mountain to the Crystal Mine Museum. Then ride a tractor or tour the Animal Park on the Crystal Mountain Express Train. Riding lessons for all ages and what would the day be without the main event – a spin around the retail gallery where you will see New Zealand’s largest selection of crystals and minerals available for sale (online also). Pick up some beautiful semi precious gifts and souvenirs you will treasure, at realistic prices. 

Cost?

Yes

For more info visit:

Crystal Mountain

Address

80 Candia Road
Swanson
Waitakere
Auckland

Contact

https://www.crystalmountain.co.nz/Info/Contact.html

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