Gammons Gulch Movie Set and Museum
Trip Cost $12
Take a trip back in time to the days of the old west as you walk down the streets of an old west town.
Gammons Gulch, a western town and movie set, was built by Jay and Joanne Gammons. It includes a saloon, blacksmith shop, jail, assay office, church, gallows, barber shop, and much more. The buildings are not just facades; they are actual buildings with vintage furniture, dishes, lightning, tools, etc from the territorial era. It is truly a museum.
Gammons Gulch has served as a setting for may western movies, western themed weddings and other events, with the surroundings and settings meeting the specifications of the actual decor of the time.
We will start with a guided tour of the town after which you'll be able to take photos of the interior and exterior settings at your leisure. Pictures may be taken for personal use only.
There is no food served at Gammons Gulch so bring water and a picnic lunch. There is a nice picnic area or you can eat you lunch in the saloon.
It is highly suggested that you wear closed-toed shoes. brimmed hats and use sunscreen.
A little imagination is all you need to complete this memorable "step back in time" experience. You'll marvel at the detail and authenticity that went into the building of this movie set and museum.
Contact the Danny Valenzuela at 602-568-5759 or email@example.com with any questions
Meet at the Camera Club at 8:15 AM for departure/carpooling at 8:30 AM to Gammons Gulch.
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Last refund date is March 14th
In order to participate in this event, you must be a member of the GVR Camera Club and GVR.