Our tour guide, Jim, was a very knowledgeable history teacher city treasure! He took lots of time walking us around the Opera House and the Teller House Hotel. These places were at one time filled to capacity daily. Now they are used for tours mostly. A few weeks during the opera season, they are used. It seems that the casinos... 更多
This the center of activity for Central City and a great place to begin your visit. Alan, who manages the museum, will coordinate daily tours of Teller House and the Opera House which are just across the street. Well worth spending time here to review the history of the area and pick from the selection of books.
Great artifacts from the early west. The guy who runs it is fantastic and the best thing the place has going for it. Spend time talking with him. You'll enjoy it...... it's only 6 bucks to get in. The downside is...central city is a complete ghost town........ make sure you see the Opera house. At times, you question if you're... 更多
I visited based on other recommendations and I'm so glad I went. The woman working the desk was extremely informative since this was my first visit to the city. She not only explained what I would find inside but pointed out points of interest from our vantage point over the city. She was full of facts about the area. The... 更多
Interesting step back in time to the mining years of this historic area. The school room is nearly perfectly preserved! If you love the history of the old west, this is an real gem.
I enjoyed the manner in which they set up displays like the old time living room and kitchen and schoolhouse. I particularly liked their mining exhibit. There are a lot of steps up to the museum as well as inside the building. Don't think there is a handicap access, not certain on that.
Americans rushed to Gregory Gulch to make their fortunes after gold was discovered there in 1859. This lovely museum (1870s... 更多