Felt the name misrepresented what there is to see here - lots of rusty old trucks and buses. Nothing like a Ghost town nor a mine. Buildings were full of junk. Very disappointing.
About Gold King Mine Museum and Ghost Town
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Went here right before they closed at 5pm, so it was getting dark. The old buildings are very creepy but they also have some very cool old vehicles. Definitely worth the cost to get in.
Some may think this a 'junk yard', but it is truly one family's attempt to preserve the old west. Mike, the owner, was rebuilding an engine with the help of a volunteer. He told us how they plan to repair the mine shaft and told...More
I think the name of this place is misleading- It is more of a Machine Museum than a ghost town. For those who appreciate machinery and old vehicles of all types, this is not to be missed. At the same time, it has an animal...More
Packed into six acres, hidden in the hills outside of Jerome, Arizona, was an amazing place packed full of historic vehicles, tools and antiques. A camera is a must, for this attraction. Admission was minimal, but the experience and sights were endless.
What a cool place. This old gold mine, is a depot of one man's collection of "stuff" that has lasted for years. Now open for tours, there are is collection of old vehicles, tools, farming and mining equipment, and a barrage of other items. One...More
I visited the Gold King Mine Museum and Ghost Town as part of a recent visit to Sedona. It's true there are a lot of things such as vintage cars in mint condition, old mining machinery, cute animals and a gift shop with quality merchandise....More
Was THOROUGHLY disappointed by this total rip off. Save your self the expense as it was just not that interesting at all.