Madrid produced the coal that both built the Bomb and inspired Walt Disney. Abandoned for years, it was reborn as a thriving artistic community. This Oral History lets you hear Madrid's stories, told by the people who lived them.
The Mine Shaft Tavern, the Boardwalk, The Oscar Huber Memorial Ballpark, The Old Boarding House, Gypsy Plaza
The starting point is the entrance of the Mine Shaft Tavern, located at the bend of the road in Highway 14. Look for the stone steps outside the double doors of the main bar.
Places to stop along the way:
The Old Coal Town Museum, Java Junction, the Hollar Restaurant, numerous unique galleries and shops
Best time of day:
This tour can be taken at any time, but most shops and galleries in town are open from 10-5 daily.
There are no proper sidewalks in Madrid -- you'll be walking along a roadway.