We wanted to check out Jerome ahead of our train tour. We picked this because it was the best rated museum on trip advisor and this was our only stop - we stayed until we needed to leave for our appointment. The exhibits were great...More
About Jerome State Historic Park
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Interesting place, in one of the old history building in Jerome. Lots of info about the 'Billion Dollar' copper mine that once was in Jerome.
Great way to get an understanding of Jerome, Incredible views and photo ops. We enjoyed walking around the museum and mining equipment. Also, at the bottom of the hill is a plexiglass walk over spot looking down the mine shaft, deeper than the empire state...More
I stopped by the park on my way into town and I will say it offers amazing views of the valley below. While the park itself consists only of the house, it provides a great historical record of the town and the mine that was...More
This place is a must do! Incredible museum and grounds, so lucky to have all the things they have to preserve there! i just loved the gem room with the black lights! keep up the good works dedicated staff!
Before you explore the city of Jerome, make a stop at the Jerome Historical Park. What you learn here, will help you understand what you are seeing when you walk around the city of Jerome. Located in the art deco Douglas Mansion, this museum has...More
Jerome’s a great example of rebirth after demise. The museum explains the past and is a way to understand the rebirth of what easily could have become another forgotten place. After visiting the museum walk the streets of Jerome. Look. See. Visualize. Contemplate.
This museum was full of historic information about Jerome and the families who settled there. For the scientific types, they have lots of displays about the mines and the geological makeup of the ground below. There’s a 20 minute film which is both entertaining and...More
I recommend everyone to make this there first stop on a trip to Jerome to get a sense of the history of the town. Wonderful exhibits and a video narrated by a ghost was a great introduction to this once bustling mining town.
This is a great little museum. It tells the story behind the town with a film told by a ghost and a number of exhibits. Housed inside the Douglas Mansion which was built as his home and hotel for mining officials, it is the largest...More