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Audrey Headframe Park

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Douglas Road, Jerome, AZ
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

There's nothing quite like standing over a hole that is about %150 the height of the Empire State Building as you find out that very statistic. It's hard to imagine taking a rickety elevator down that far into the ground - and spending your days...More

Thank eggbomb
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Stopped for a quick look at the Audrey Headframe/Little Daisy Mine. It's just a little place to make a quick stop as you're driving through, maybe on your way to Jerome. It was actually very interesting reading up on the mine. There's information and pictures...More

Thank jltews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A small site outside of the Jerome State Park, the Audrey Headframe Park gives one an idea of the mining systems used and how the miners traveled down to the depths of the mines. The mines has vertical shafts going down 1900 feet with horizontal...More

Thank frugalarnie
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My brother & I stopped to check out this attraction as we drove through Jerome. It has a few cool things to look at, and won't take much of your time; better yet, it won't take anything out of your wallet because it doesn't cost...More

Thank PhlegmMaster
Reviewed June 14, 2017

Definitely worth a stop, interesting piece of history and fantastic views - all for free. There's a mine shaft you can look down and also the remnants of the mine, which is really interesting, it's now so peaceful but you can "feel" the history there...More

Thank Allie1234
Reviewed May 17, 2017

Very interesting info on the mining that went on here. Super fun for kids. Plexi-glass over a 1900 foot mine...ya a little creepy. Open 8-5 and outside on the way into Jerome State Park. Defiantly worth a quick little stop.

1  Thank Bill85210
Reviewed May 12, 2017

While in Jerome this is a nice park to visit and it doesn't take long to see it all. Great for all ages, some good photo ops and can find some good information about mining in the area.

Thank captjrk
Reviewed April 5, 2017

This was our first stop in Jerome on the way to the Mine Museum (another must see). The kids thought this was super cool. You can look straight down the shaft while standing on a plate of glass. There is windex and a rag there...More

Thank Juliette G
Reviewed April 3, 2017 via mobile

This does take long and it's free. It's cool to check everything out. Amazing that it's still standing. Cool photo op.

Thank IrBobcat
Reviewed March 25, 2017

Half way up the hill to Jerome you will find the historic park and outside the Audrey Headframe park which a fairly run down old mine display. it is free and open to the public with some information of its history and definitely worth a...More

1  Thank Oldjack
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