Not really much to see unless you like old trucks and old machines - Husband liked it, me as a woman not so much.
About Gold King Mine Museum and Ghost Town
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We stopped here with a group of us (a few older engineers in the group) and had a great time wandering around! There are so many things to look at and there were a few employees walking around that seemed more than happy to answer...More
The owner passed away Fall of 2016 and the family is now trying to get this up and running. Nevertheless it was interesting to walk around and see the wealth of antiques. The wide variety was impressive. On weekends the blacksmith usually gives a demo....More
If you know the series American pickers and like the show, then this place is a dream come true to you...like it was for me. LOT'S of interesting vintage stuff to see, not only cars. Sadly the the owner died last year, he must have...More
There is so much to look at if you are a gearhead. It's amazing what an eclectic assortment of "stuff" has made its way here. We will definitely be back , especially with the kids and grandkids.
We visited here about 5 years ago and returned this year. We were sorry to hear that Don had passed away but spoke with Mike and another guy who were really friendly and informative. This place is great to visit to see the interesting vehicles...More
We just wanted to take a road to get out from behind a driver that was in front of us. I figured that this little side trip would remove my frustration with this guy. Turned out that it was a good move. We found this...More
We were hoping for a cowboy/goldrush-style abandoned town. This town is obviously a tourist trap of 1920s-type mining town. They seem to have brought in old trucks and buses and stationed them around just to make it look better and so you'll hopefully get more...More
My wife and I came here with our two boys 17yrs ago. They didn't have a gift shop then (and didn't have a charge then also) our daughter is 15yrs old and she wanted to come to Gold King Mine Ghost Town. She had a...More