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“The tiniest chamber office I've ever seen”

Ranked #13 of 39 things to do in Jerome
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Reviewed October 22, 2012

They have volunteer staff that can help you find things in town or show you various restaurant menus. Sadly they were out of town maps the day we went.

Thank Jamaica_Jeff
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Reviewed September 25, 2012

It is only 160+ curves up to the bustling metropolis(?) of Jerome, AZ. Go ahead and take the 89A if you dare. There is a wonderful, quirky aritist community waiting to greet you at the top of the hill with the big J on the side. This copper mining town has lost a few buildings over the years and will lose a few more fairly soon. They are coping, by taking an attitude that they will survive and I hope they do. We had lunch at the Haunted Hamburger and it was worth the stop. There are at least six wineries represented in town and all of them have some very nice veritals. We thought that some, if not all, of the tasting charges were a bit high, but the ones that we tried poured generously. Did I mention the 160+ curves on 89A? As you sample the vineyard products, keep it in mind that you have those same curvesz on the way down.

Thank 1Frogman
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Reviewed August 17, 2012

The chamber member we talked to in the small visitors center booth was extremely friendly and informative. Gave us the lowdown on sights to see along with a map, as well as tips on looking for ghosts (lol). Directed us to the Audrey Headframe Park, which houses a mine shaft covered with a small plexiglass window you can look through. The shaft is deeper than the Empire State building is tall. It is free, and only takes a few minutes to visit. It turned out to be one of the kids' favorite stops on our entire trip through Arizona. If you have time you should take the drive up the mountainside to Jerome - the views are terrific. There is also free parking.

Thank Bill M
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Reviewed July 12, 2012

Quaint town with lots of cool shops and restaurants to visit, but all we got to to was look in the windows, because 90% of everything closes at 5 p.m. Also, be prepared to walk - Jerome is a smaller version of San Francisco, especially if you're walking UP the staircase community or Lombard Street. All my boyfriend and I could figure is that everything closes at 5 p.m. to give the tourists time to leave before the zombies come out.

Thank Susan C
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Reviewed April 20, 2012

We visited Jerome last summer. The switchback road to get up into the mountain was well worth the trip. We stayed at the Cottage Inn bed and breakfast which was a unique and quirky spot. We loved it.
Jerome is built on a mountain with mine shafts underneath the town. Lots of history.
Great shops and restaurants, I would say it is an adult spot, Didnt see many kids or kid stuff to do.
Jerome is a world unto itself. You gotta go there. We stayed 2 nights and toured the area and town. I will go back if we are that way again.
The chamber building was small but they had lots of info about the town and area.

Thank HappyRunner464
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