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$ 5.00 PER PERSON. This was the little town of Haynes Az . A suburb of (Jerome Billion Dollar Copper Camp). They mined gold here from 1890 to 1914. The mine shaft goes down 1270 ft. You can view it but you can not go down in it. We do offer gold or...more
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We traveled up to Jerome to check out the sites and followed the road up to the Gold King Mine Museum. Entered and walked around for a few hours with all the old vehicles and equipment used back in the days when the mine was...More
The gold king mine offers a very unique and honest view into the past at a very reasonable price. With antique cars, an operating lumber mill and authentic mining equipment, there is something for everybody. Highly recommend this for anybody visiting Jerome.
The mining ghost town had some neat historical stuff in it. But most were old cars that didn't really belong in the time period. But the really bad part are the racist items scattered there. Whatever your political affiliation, it's never ok to have anything...More
When we told people we were going to Sedona, several told us to be sure we went to this place in Jerome. So we did and it was a lot of fun. For just 4 bucks, you get to see all these old buildings and...More
A few old mining shacks filled with themed antiques (dentist, cobbler, laundry etc), lots of old cars and machines. Depends what your interests are. My husband enjoyed looking at the old machines. I’m sure if things were for sale instead of just to view it...More
Nice place to visit for about an hour or less. If you are visiting or driving through Jerome, I would recommend stopping by this little Gem.
We decided to stop by Jerome on our way to Sedona and I had looked at this place and...More