The 12.5 acre Museum site offers untold photo opportunities with it’s reproductions of 19th Century businesses including a Wells Fargo office, stage coach stop, barber shop, assay office and other displays of authentic relics of the 1800’s.
Tourguide of the Museum Grounds (.pdf, 417kb)
Visit the Elvis Memorial Chapel and the Audie Murphy Barn, museums in their own right, which were moved to the museum piece by piece, following the second fire which destroyed the Apacheland Movie Ranch.
This 20-stamp ore crusher was donated in 1989 by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jones of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Twenty eight days were required for five men, all volunteers, to disassemble and move the Mill to Apache Junction, Arizona. This Mill was state of the art technology for recovering gold in the 1800s. Rare, historical, surviving equipment of this nature today can be counted on one hand, let alone in such great condition.