The original mining-era buildings are now home to unique shops including Victorian clothing, custom quilts, local handmade gifts, the most unusual shirt specialty shop, a kitchen store with its own wine (Amador Red), gifts for the Mind, Body and Spirit, a Reiki Circle, shops offering unique house and garden items, garden art, and antiques and books from the Gold Rush Era. You will also find wine tasting, an old fashioned soda fountain and lunch counter, an artisan bakery and gourmet lunches and dinners. The Imperial Hotel (from 1878) affords visitors an opportunity to stay the night and enjoy Amador City’s Gold Country small town way of life.
In addition, visitors to Amador City can enjoy biking and walking the back roads with miles of tree-lined creeks, old mining head frames, rock walls and foundations.
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