We stopped here on our way back from Vegas - like so many others, no doubt. We'd researched beforehand, and the local site said entrance was $6.50, which included the mine, gold panning and some kind of mystery house
On arrival we found it was actually $8 to get in, and all of the other attractions cost extra; nothing was included at all. This might not have mattered if the place was at least well presented, as most things tend to be in America; unfortunately any historical content is totally ignored in the drive to push a shopping opportunity at every turn
Even the buildings of supposed interest (all of them reconstructions) were largely shut, with the only view available being through dirty windows. Nor were there any costumed staff to provide insight, as in similar places elsewhere; in fact there appeared to be no staff at all, except in the shops
Given the quality of other US attractions, we were frankly disgusted ... save your $8 a head and spend it on something rather more appealing!!!
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