Chloride

Chloride, Winston: Address, Phone Number, Chloride Reviews: 4.5/5

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MyHazer
Kanab, UT46 contributions
I will definitely go back when their museum is open. We had a great conversation with the young lady who was minding the Monte Christo gift shop and she took us outside and gave us a lot of the history.
Written March 14, 2022
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Pete V
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Couples
This is the Must see of ghost towns. Several buildings are still as they were back in the day.
We met Don, who runs the town and has all knowledge of the town. Everything in the museum will show you how times were. If you wanted something you made it.
We will be back with other family members.
Thank you.
Written June 1, 2021
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lvtrvlchicago
Wilmette, IL85 contributions
This was a really interesting "ghost" town... the signage that explained the history was full of interesting details.
Written December 21, 2020
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Doreen M
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Take a trip back in time to an area of silver mining. Browse the many items perfectly preserved in the admission free museum. Enjoy the store and gallery, walk the grounds and then have lunch in the newly opened Chloride Bank Cafe. The food is excellent!
All of the was our experience today.
Written October 31, 2019
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Patti A
110 contributions
Couples
Ghost Town well worth the trip. Just 41 miles from Truth or Consequences, NM. Silver mining in the 1880’s, 3000 people were there. Today just 14 residents.
Written September 17, 2019
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theOddBee
Philadelphia, PA46 contributions
Family
This isn't like Tombstone. There are no novelty photo booths or actors roaming the streets. (There's also no food. Stop in Winston to get snacks and drinks, and to use the bathroom!) This is an ACTUAL ghost town. If that's your jam, you're going to love this. I had a great time learning about the history of the town from the people who helped give it new life it as an attraction. Talk to Don & Donna and they'll tell you everything you want to know and more. Make sure you buy Don's book in the gift shop! It is a really interesting read: action, adventure, death by skunk.

While you're there, please be polite and don't take photos of peoples' houses. People actually do live here so if there are signs of life, no photos. Talk to Don & Donna first if you aren't sure.
Written May 29, 2019
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Anthony V
Albuquerque, NM843 contributions
Couples
This place is incredible! The Edmund’s have done an amazing job painstakingly restoring historic buildings like the Pioneer Store/Museum and acquiring sites like the Grafton House. This town is a fantastic tribute to New Mexico history, the mining experiences, ghost town memories, and love for the people who lived, worked, parented, contributed, and died here. Congratulations and Hats Off to the Edmund’s for continuing to salvage and present New Mexico and American History so exquisitly!
Written May 4, 2019
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billandgeorgeanna
Lake Havasu City, AZ386 contributions
Solo
We actually took the day to drive a number of the ghost towns in the area, Chloride being the last one. Beautiful drive, nice windy roads. The owners/managers of Chloride are very friendly and knowledgeable on the history of the town. The Pioneer Store is awesome, just as it was back in the day. They even have a spot for RVs. Highly recommend just because of the history and how they are trying to preserve it.
Written April 2, 2019
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Kate S
Pittsburgh, PA17 contributions
Couples
History is not my 'thing' but this stop was fun and interesting. We stopped in the general store and the gift shop. The store is a great time capsule with well preserved items. Really loved having the owner tell us details of the people from the early 1900's that lived there. Also check out the ancient mini-bulldozer outside. Public restroom available.
Written March 20, 2019
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Robert B
Soldotna463 contributions
Couples
This old ghost town allows you to step back in history by over a hundred years. It is very much worth the drive. The Pioneer Store Museum and the Artisan Gift shop is a must.
Written December 13, 2018
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