I have been to the Goldfield Ghost Town several times this year. First in December I went with my daughter and grandchildren. We took in all the sights: ate breakfast at the Bakery, rode the train and found out about gold mining, toured the old mine, went into the mystery house and even had out photos taken in old fashioned clothing. My grandson was most impressed that he could hold a rifle and wear a six shooter on his hip. We later ate outside enjoying a mamoth hamburger (you can split this between two people) and visited the jewelry shop where I could not resist buying a turqoise ring. Later in February, I took my sister there for lunch and a horseride from the Livery. She bought me a beer at the Saloon after the ride and we sat on the porch listening to live music. Most recently, I rode with friends from the OK Corral and we had lunch at the Saloon, enjoying excellent steakburgers, (I had a cheese quesadilla). Cowboy Dan made sure we could get back on the trail quickly. Goldfield will certainly give your family a glimpse into the past. It is more authentic than Tortilla Flat. You can spend an hour or the whole day. It is a great place to visit.
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