Jerome State Historic Park

Description

Just outside of town and heading towards Cottonwood, the Jerome State Historic Park offers insight into why Jerome came into existence and what life was like here during the boom years. It used to be the home and entertainment center of one of the area's leading mine owners. Now it has artifacts, photographs, mineral displays and a nifty 3-D model of the tunnels that traverse the city. It's open daily from 8 AM to 5 PM.

Address

P.O. Box D
Jerome, AZ 86331

Lat/Long

34.75137000, -112.11279000
Visit Website
(928) 634-5381

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