Jackson is a city and the county seat of Amador County, California, United States of America. Since its settlement in 1848, the city of Jackson had a lot of name changes and it was called Botilleas, Botilleas Spring, Botilleas Bottle Spring and Botellas. According to recent statistics, Jackson has a population of almost 5000 people and an area that does not reach 4 square miles. Jackson was incorporated in 1905. The area of the town was occupied years before its settlement - by Northern Sierra Indians. The discovery of gold in the area attracted American pioneers here and the city began to develop. If you want to visit sunny Jackson, there are some places you cannot miss.
Argonaut Mine is a gold mine located within Jackson. The mine was discovered in 1850 and closed in 1942. In present, this is a California Historical Landmark and is visited by tourists each day since its opening.
Kennedy Gold Mine is one of the deepest gold mines in the world. It was closed in 1942, once with the Argonaut Mine, but reopened for touristic purposes years later.
Butte Store is the only building left standing in Jackson on an area which is the remain of a former mining town from the 1850s. The town was called Butte City and it was was one of the most prosperous in the county.
Saint Sava Serbian Orthodox Church is an orthodox church located in the heart of Jackson. The white building has a long history and is extremely important for the Orthodox Christians in the area.
Grace Blair DePue House and Indian Museum is a museum depicting the history of Indians who lived in the area of Jackson before the town was settled. If you are a history aficionado and you want to learn more about Jackson, this is the right place to visit.