A part of the visit to Jerome. Lots of interesting items if you want to explore the history of what used to be.
About Jerome State Historic Park
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Very informative displays provide a glimpse into the past. The attendants were very knowledgeable and accommodative. Practically every aspect of life in Jerome's "wicked" history was captured with pictorial examples and commentary. Excellent insight was shown in the mining history displays and how it evolved...More
We always bring visitors up here when they are in town before we go out to eat drink and party in Jerome. It is great to get the history before visiting. I especially love the 3-d maps of the mine shafts. I feel like Cleopatra...More
Sometimes one stumbles across a 'diamond in the rough' which easily describes Jerome State Historic Park...one of the best small, informative State Parks we have visited. In about an hour, you can become acquainted with the history of the City of Jerome and the rough...More
The orientation video is interesting, as are the exhibits. I was so intrigued with the history of copper mining in this area, I am reading the book about it: Empty Mansions: The Mysterious Life of Huguette Clark and the Spending of a Great American Fortune....More
We went to Jerome State Historic Park. Its a museum that is open 8 - 5. There is a fee to visit the museum. They have a printed guide for the museum. There are exhibits in the museum as well as outside. We also watched...More
This was a fairly interesting museum. We watched the film and toured the exhibits on two levels. We also checked out the pieces of equipment outside where a volunteer was helpful in answering questions. We took advantage of the picnic tables and enjoyed lunch and...More
It sits on the side of the hill below the town of Jerome and this provides a good history of the area.Outside the exhibit is the Audry Shaft which operated from 1915 to 1938 and resukted in n extraction of 4 million tones of ore...More
A great place to stop and take photos of the views. The museum is also very interesting. We learned a lot about mining in general, the history of the area during the booming mining era and the general family life during that time period.