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$ 5.00 PER PERSON. This was the little town of Haynes Az . A suburb of (Jerome Billion Dollar Copper Camp). They mined gold here from 1890 to 1914. The mine shaft goes down 1270 ft. You can view it but you can not go down in it. We do offer gold or...more
All reviews old cars the owner american pickers don robertson wander around entrance fee eclectic collection passed away step back in time taking pictures gift store great place to visit self guided tour cool place old west enjoyed our visit visiting jerome
This place is a blast. I have been 3 times
Now and enjoy it. There’s an old dirt road that comes from Williams and comes out right by this mine. It’s a lot of fun and more interesting than the interstate. There’s so much stuff...More
I always bring friends and relatives to this Jewel on a Hill! We have actually panned for God, talked with a donkey, touched and explored magnificent collection of old cars,trucks and equipment, looked at History in a relaxed and interesting way. I have taken hundreds...More
An old mining town. Originally Hayes, Arizona. Close to Jerome, Arizona. I have been there many times in the past 10 years.. always something new to see. They have a few goats and chickens, and a potbellied pig. Lots of antiques, lots of old old...More
This place is a mixture of eccentric and very captivating. There is an old gold mine shaft on site but you aren’t allowed to go in it. The most notable part about this ghost town is the collection of antique trucks and cars.
I came to this "Mine Museum and Ghost Town" hoping to learn something about the former mining town, but there are no guides and no information posted around the site. "Museum" is a grandiose description of the fenced-off pit that has single sign saying how...More
Made our way here from Sedona and the winding road up to the actual ghost town had spectacular views. We enjoyed walking through the abandoned town and viewing all the old buildings with their history, as well some of the old vehicles. There were 4...More
My boys and I enjoyed the ghost town. There are old buildings to walk in and tons of old vehicles mostly in poor condition. There are even goats to feed. For $5 for adults and $3 for kids it a great stop between Prescott Forest...More