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Wells Fargo Museum

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Wells Fargo Museum

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Robby G C wrote a review Jan 2021
Toronto, Canada74,000 contributions1,743 helpful votes
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I always heard of Well Fargo. Wells Fargo had to protect the money. Bad people wanted to steal the money. The guy told us a lot of the Wells Fargo. We could have a picture at the carriage. We got it when we were back to Canada. This museum showed a lot of the Wells Fargo and I liked it! In the past many people wanted to steal the money. In the past when a robber was attacked, the person that found the money, he would get 2000 dollars. A must see and it is free! Now it is not the same now! I prefer like that!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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abqsage wrote a review Mar 2020
Fort Myers, Florida1,391 contributions196 helpful votes
This museum has some great artifacts and memorabilia from the real Old West- including one of the signature stage coaches like the ones used by Wells Fargo in the past. It's a small museum, but well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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K_Chan40 wrote a review Mar 2020
Petaluma, California431 contributions63 helpful votes
I was not planning on going but I had lots of free time in downtown Phoenix and as I was wondering around I saw the sign so I decided to pop in. I was immediately greeted by a friendly docent who gave me some tips on features of the museum. The museum had very interesting and diverse displays. I ended up spending about 45 minutes there and left with a much better understanding of the old west to say the least. It's certainly worth a visit if you are in downtown Phoenix.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Rhonda T wrote a review Mar 2020
Indian Valley, Virginia56 contributions10 helpful votes
We enjoyed our visit to this charming museum that would be especially appropriate for children. There was enough displays to make it worth your while, but was not overwhelming. The free price of admission can't be beat.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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dnrmom wrote a review Mar 2020
Surprise, Arizona112 contributions18 helpful votes
Not only was it easy to find, the parking was just across the street! The museum is all on one level and so very interesting! The artifacts, film, and art displays were great! If you find the Mexican coin, you will get a prize! An added bonus is the Orpheum Theater (only open on certain days) 1/2 block away and the Police Museum about 1 block away. All in all, a good day!!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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