This was basically an overpriced junk yard. We were super excited to see a mine, come to find out there was only one cart. The rest was somebody's junk yard of things we didn't care to see. And the poor animals that were caged up...More
About Gold King Mine Museum and Ghost Town
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We were hoping for a cowboy/goldrush-style abandoned town. This town is obviously a tourist trap of 1920s-type mining town. They seem to have brought in old trucks and buses and stationed them around just to make it look better and so you'll hopefully get more...More
My wife and I came here with our two boys 17yrs ago. They didn't have a gift shop then (and didn't have a charge then also) our daughter is 15yrs old and she wanted to come to Gold King Mine Ghost Town. She had a...More
Great place to take the guys in your life... A dream come true for American pickers and history (junk loving) peeps. We had so much fun wondering around and taking pictures. We will be coming back really soon.
It was really cool to walk around and see all of the history. I loved the Ghost Town with all the old tools and cars and things. The animals were adorable and I couldn't get enough of the baby goats! The little shop has all...More
This was an unplanned side trip and an interesting one to say the least. It's very rich in history, a lot of antique mine equipment, vintage trucks, and animals. I believe the local population is (2). The museum is a must see.