Two floors of artifacts, books, exhibits and photographs depict the life in Victor from its earlier days to he heyday of gold mining.
The gift shop offers books, historic maps and postcards, prints, posters and gold ore rocks, as well as videos of Lowell Thomas's life.
Pan for real gold and gems open daily outside the museum.
We are housed in an 1899 brick structure that once was a hardware store, hotel and furniture store.
Exhibits include: Lowell Thomas memorabilia, Gold Rush artifacts and original photos, Dr. Denman Room physician's office, Mining Lamps, Miner's Cabin and Victorian Home Rooms.
Gold Panning is open outside the museum (cost is in addition to the admission/free pass).
Modern Mine Tours June-September.
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