- TripBuzz found 88 things to do with kids in or near Jerome, Arizona, including 76 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Sedona, Prescott, Camp Verde and Prescott Valley.
- From Ghost Town Tours to Douglas Mansion, the Jerome area offers 52 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Parks, Historic Sites and Visitor Centers.
- Famous for being the largest ghost town in America is the city of Jerome, Arizona. Tourists and locals alike enjoy the areas haunted hotel tours as well as speaking to locals about the cities richly haunted history. Also popular are the cities many art galleries, eateries, coffee houses, museums and the local state park.
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Guests can enjoy guided historic and haunted tours of one of America's largest ghost towns with Ghost Town Tours. The tours are informative about the mysteries and history of the town of Jerome.
At the Jerome Historical Society Mine Museum there is a vast collection of artifacts which depict the past of the city. This collection includes Marshal Johnny Hudgens' Colt Pistol, panoramic photos, mining equipment, household goods, gambling memorabilia, and many others.
Visitors can stand on top of a glass platform and look into the mining tunnel that was the Little Daisy Mine 1,900 feet below. Visitors can also see mining timber cars, mining drills and water cannons used in the copper mining operation.
Wine lovers overwhelmed by Arizona's many wineries turn to the experts at Tours of Jerome, a coimpany that offers guided tours of popular wineries. All tours are led by personable guides with refined palates and extensive wine expertise.
Exhibits that present the area's history, from mining to people from varying ethnic backgrounds who influenced its development, can be seen at the Mine Museum. Artifacts include a Chinese laundry machine, photographs, household items, mining equipment and more.