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This was a great little stop on our trip. We spent over an hour in here taking in all the history and enjoying all the displays of items. There is so much to see here and much to learn as well. We enjoyed both the...More
This is one of those great looks into our past. It must be part of the road side curiosity places that popped up in the 1950's as we started to make more road trips. They recently have spruced up the place, and the fee is...More
This small museum has a very unique look at the evolution of a town from nothing to a roaring metropolis and back to almost a host town in a rather short time due to mining. Love the artifacts and the whole evolution of the place....More
We had not been to Virginia City for more than a decade and found the visit well worth it. This museum is one for those who relish regional history. Be sure to have at least 2 -3 hours to view the exhibits, video, and the...More
From the street, this place looks tiny and dilapidated. It is old but it's a neat little place. It is loaded with artifacts and pieces of history from the area both inside and outside. Make sure to watch all 3 short films. And when outside...More
As my title hints at, this place was closed before 9am on a Tuesday morning when i showed up here with my parents. Good thing is, there were still some things to let on at and history to read about while walking around the outside.
After you have toured one of the mines, stop in here ($4 for adults) to see all the artifacts - bottles, equipment, tools - used by residents of the area. The lady at the ticket counter is really nice.