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$ 7.00 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 gift shop the owner american pickers cars and trucks wander around entrance fee classic cars passed away step back in time old west interesting place enjoyed our visit goats chickens vehicle monkeys
Our family of five had such a fun day in Jerome exploring the shops, taking in the sights and learning about the history. The drive to Jerome from Cottonwood was insane. We drove a few miles to the Ghost Town, which created suspense and was...More
We drove up to the Jerome museum on a Sunday afternoon. 3 generations of our family were on the trip. The 3 kids [ages 14-17] found that we probably stayed at the museum a little too long. However, the museum has a lot of information...More
We were about to leave Jerome when someone mentioned to my husband that there was a ghost town 2 miles past the fire station. My husband likes history and was thrilled to poke around in this old part of the town. The kids found it...More
This place is amazing..old cars, trucks, mine left overs, buildings and a cute gift shop. You can also hand feed animals with food purchased in the gift shop and check out the property..there is sooooo much to see. Well worth the money!!
Drive through Jerome, in the hills behind you will find the Gold King Mine. Mostly old vehicles and items left from mining. Some old buildings and a really cool steam powered saw mill. If your lucky they will fire it up while your there.
Trip Advisor needs to update info on this. The gentleman who started the mine has passed and it's now owned by his Daughter. What it amounts to is lots of vehicles came here to die a rusty death. I found it interesting that people volunteer...More