Things to Do in Virginia City

Step into the vibrant heart of the Old West with our curated guide to the best things to do in Virginia City. Discover historic sites, engaging attractions, and unique activities that promise an adventure at every turn.

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Virginia City Attractions

Chollar Mine Tour

Chollar Mine Tour

Dive into the depths of Virginia City's mining history. Discover the secrets buried beneath the surface as expert guides lead you through the tunnels of this historic mine.

Comstock Gold Mill

Comstock Gold Mill

Step back in time at the Comstock Gold Mill as knowledgeable guides walk you through the intricate process of ore extraction and gold processing.

Fourth Ward School

Fourth Ward School

Built in 1876, this four-storied state-of-the-art wooden school preserves the real story of life in a booming Old West mining town, and provides an educational experience of the local history.

Local Shopping

Local Shopping

Stroll down C Street and enjoy the many unique ikshops offering antiques, jewelry, clothing, old time photos, and more.

Mackay Mansion Museum

Mackay Mansion Museum

The Mackay Mansion offers a glimpse into the luxurious lifestyle and lavish past of the Comstock era, boasting ornate furnishings, exquisite decor, and rich historical significance.

Old Washoe Club

Old Washoe Club

Brave the supernatural at the Old Washoe Club, one of the most haunted places in the West. Step into a world where history and the paranormal converge, exploring the eerie tales that linger within its walls

Piper’s Opera House

Piper’s Opera House

Experience the grandeur of the arts at Piper's Opera House. This iconic venue, with its Victorian-era charm, has hosted legendary performances and events since the 19th century.

Ponderosa Mine Tour

Ponderosa Mine Tour

Unearth the stories of the miners who sought their fortunes during the Comstock Lode era. The Ponderosa Mine provides an immersive experience buried beneath Virginia City's rugged terrain.

Silver Terrace Cemetery

Silver Terrace Cemetery

Wander through the weathered gravestones and ornate monuments that mark the final resting places of those who shaped the destiny of Virginia City, including pioneers, miners, and notable figures.

The Way It Was Museum

The Way It Was Museum

Immerse yourself in the rich history and captivating stories of this iconic mining town. Explore a collection of exhibits that vividly depict life during Virginia City’s boom days of the 1800s.

Virginia City Trolley Tour

Virginia City Trolley Tour

Sit back and relax as this 20-minute narrated trolley takes you on a scenic adventure, sharing tales of the town's rich history and vibrant past.

Virginia & Truckee Railroad

Virginia & Truckee Railroad

Climb aboard and embark on a journey through time with Virginia & Truckee Railroad train rides. Traverse historic routes, taking in the breathtaking landscapes of Nevada's past.

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