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This place is very wonderful for the whole family! There's a museum, a train ride, panning for gems, animals, nature trails and depending upon the time of year (i.e. major holidays) there might even be some arts, crafts, food and entertainment! It's very cheap so the whole family can afford it and it's a nice way to spend the day... 更多
Lots of history, fun for the whole family. Love the train ride. Watching the kids pan for gold is pretty awesome also.. The ruins are breathtaking.. such history.. I have visited this lovely site often.
So much history here at the park! They have tours that take you up on the mountain to see what remains of the gold mining industry that was active here is 1826. They also have a farm exhibit with a donkey, horse, oxen, chicken, rabbits, turkeys, goats, pigs and sheep. There are also two new baby lambs born last month.... 更多
We sat for a 17 minute video, which was very informative. There were things that I was originally taught about the gold rush in America, that omitted quite a bit of information! If you're in the area, I would recommend this attraction. The $5.00 admission price is a small amount to spend, just for the learning experience. The staff is... 更多
We found this museum very interesting. The short video they offer was good. It explained how this part of Georgia was a hot bed for gold diggers prior the gold rush in California. It's nice place to visit if you need to kill an hour or two.
The Gold Museum offers a short history lesson on gold in the area and a little room of old artifacts from the gold panning days of Villa Rica. It is a decent one-time stop, but is basically a small (very out of the way) tourist trap. They do offer "gold panning" and a tour of the facilities. If you attend... 更多
The history of US gold mining begins in the South, and this museum and park centered on a once-active gold mine outside Atlanta do an outstanding job of preserving & presenting the past, and making it fun for all ages. Go!
I loved my visit. We saw a very interesting move with plenty of facts and photos to educate me on the museum. Then we looked at some incredible displays and did a bit of shopping in the gift shop. We walked some of the paths and enjoyed seeing the history and reading the signs. There was plenty of time so... 更多
While traveling we, like Robert Frost, look for the road less taken. Also, like Frost's poem, it made all the difference. While lodging in Villa Rica we read about Pine Mountain on TripAdvisor and gave it a try. The train was not working that day, but we still elected to visit the museum and walk the trails to view sites... 更多