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The most charming and informative 15 minute overview film you’ll ever see about the history of a town - and its mining. Small exhibits but well done. $7 for senior admission. Figure on one hour here. Well educated front-desk Park employees - so ask questions.
This is maintained tribute to mining especially in AZ and Jerome area. The mansion has a few rooms that have remained intact such as the library and huge second floor bathroom. The views are stunning and you’ll learn more than you could ever need to...More
Went here while visiting Jerome, and it was raining, so this was a good rainy day activity.
There was a small fee ($5/pp) which includes access to many rooms of exhibits and a 30minute film. If you want to explore properly, need at least 60...More
The Douglas Mansion is basically a museum of the history of Jerome located in the Jerome State Historic Park. There is a small fee to enter. A short continuous-running film that gives one a good idea of the life and times in Jerome plays in...More
While we were eating at the Asylum Restaurant, we kept wondering what this place was. After lunch, we tried to go in the town of Jerome but the traffic was terrible and there was no place to park. As we were leaving town, we saw...More
Jerome is a fascinating place and a visit to the Douglas Mansion is a must do. Apart from the exhibits there is an excellent video presentation on the history of the town and how it went from being a successful copper mining town to ghost...More
Located in the town of Jerome, this former mansion now turned into a museum has some great artifact from the time the town of Jerome was booming with people due to the mining business.. the entrance is $7.00 per person but if you have a...More