Once a booming copper mining town, Jerome became America's largest ghost town in the 1950's when the mines shut down. 541 Main Street, originally built in 1890's as a boarding house for employees of the copper mines, the building was lovingly restored in 1994 when it became the Ghost City Inn. Visit spectacular Jerome and stay in one of our six antique-filled rooms all with private baths and flat screen TV's with Direct TV,or one of our two off-site suites. Relax in one of the common areas, watch a movie, eat some cookies or just have a glass of wine on the front porch. Enjoy afternoon refreshments and a gourmet breakfast in the dining room, or take your leisure on the spacious veranda with breathtaking views.