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Jerome State Historic Park, Jerome

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Jerome State Historic Park is a state park of Arizona, US, featuring the Douglas Mansion, built in 1916 by a family of influential mining entrepreneurs in Jerome, Arizona, a mining region in the northeast of the Black Hills, east Yavapai County. A museum is located in the old Douglas Mansion.

Jerome State Historic Park reopened on October 14, 2010, after being closed since February 27, 2009, because of budget cuts and the need to repair the historic mansion. Renovation and stabilization were funded by a state heritage grant and donations from the Douglas family. The park is open on a seven-day schedule thanks to additional funding raised by Yavapai County, the city of Jerome, and the Jerome Historical Society.
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  • I enjoyed this museum and the film that started just as I arrived was cute and informative. You'll learn a lot about the history of the area which was quite interesting. 
    I enjoyed this museum and the film that started just as I arrived was cute and informative. You'll learn a lot about the history of the area which was quite interesting.  more »
  • This isn't really a mansion tour although there are some articles of furniture etc. The building is beautiful and the views are nice. The museum provides information about mining in Jerome. After.....  more
    This isn't really a mansion tour although there are some articles of furniture etc. The building is beautiful and the views are nice. The museum provides information about mining in Jerome. After.....  more »
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  • This out-of-the-way State Park is a treasure trove of fun and unique experiences into life in the 1880's into the early to mid 1990's and beyond really. The little town of Jerome, was and still IS a travel destination even today. In this small town you can enjoy every manner of a travelers delight from a gourmet meal in the restaurant in the Grand Hotel ($$$) to a more modest variety of American, Italian, French or yes, Mexican cuisine. Some really good restaurants are situated in Jerome to begin, or be a part of or, to conclude your visit. While you are there be sure to visit my family's Winery, "The Jerome Winery" the longest operating, and 1st original Winery 🍷 in Jerome. Enjoy my Brother-in-laws great variety of delectable wine varietals and Blends. Tell Tony, your server/sommelier that Isaiah sent you and Enjoy!!!!
  • Really enjoyed this park. It’s smaller but unlike the Riordan mansion state park, your entrance fee allows you to see the grounds and house. Cool gem and mineral room with a small flourescent light room to show some mineral that glow. Lots of history—and interesting dioramas of the mining under Jerome. Don’t miss the Audrey Headlamp Park that you can visit for free on the way up to the Jerome state park for more mining context.

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