The Heart of the Gold Country

Fiddletown

Fiddletown
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The legend is that fiddle-playing miners from Missouri named the flat and town. By the late 1850’s, Fiddletown had a sizable Chinese community and a rare Chinese rammed earth adobe. Today that adboe is the Chew Kee Store, with a collection of a Chinese Herb doctor’s medicinal artifacts. Once a year musicians arrive from near and far to play music at the Fiddlers Jam. This free event brings plenty of audience to listen and applaud.

Top Three Things To Do: 
  1. Browns English Toffee
  2. Chew Kee Store
  3. Fiddletown Park 

Things to Do

Browns English Toffee handmade. Every batch they make is individually tended - start to finish.

The "Chew Kee" is a Chinese rammed earth structure established as an herb shop during the Gold Rush. Dr.

Family fun park with play structures, tennis courts, picnic tables, water, and toilets. Pets are welcome.
Fiddletown Road and Jibboom Street
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