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All reviews mine shaft the empire state building eiffel tower quick stop deep hole douglas mansion copper mining cool view mind boggling the main attraction interesting piece of history definitely worth a stop on display back in the day great place to visit copper mine plexiglass
Love this place. Can stand over a 1900ft shaft on a sheet of glass and look down. There’s some awesome old parts and pieces to the mine too. If you shout down into the shaft you can hear it come out across the way. Very...More
Stopped here to have a picnic lunch. Although not spectacular, we were able to read up on some of the mining history of the area without paying for admission to the historic park. Very interesting to stand on top of what was at one time...More
My husband and I visited the Audrey Headframe after hours, so while we stood on the plexiglass over a mile deep hole in the ground, we didn’t get to go further up into the state park. However, it was well worth the turn off the...More
4 stars it's free. Donations are appreciated
A little stop before the historical museum.
Quite an interesting piece of history.
The shaft is deeper than the Empire state building is tall, 1900 feet deep.
Stand on the glass over the shaft if you dare, take...More
The main feature of the Audrey Headframe Park is the headframe; the structure above the underground Audrey mine shaft. When it was built, headframe was the largest facility of its kind built by the United Verde Extension Company. A neat feature about this park is...More
This shaft, one of three, is named Aubrey
and completed in 1918. It was used to raise ore from the mine.
Imagine a wood head frame structure and three pulley system to do this from 1918 to 1938!
This elevating system raised an amazing 3.6...More
Nice small little area outside the Douglas Mansion that has a shaft that goes deeper than the empire state or Eiffel tower.. no admission fee needed.. and it will take you about 10 minutes to see it and take pictures
After a visit to the Mansion/museum up the hill, stop in here. An easy, free stop that helps inform understanding of how miners got to work each day and just how far underground they went. Holy cow! Bonus: lots of photo ops for industrial images.