The Chollar Mine is an underground tour of an old silver and gold mine. The guided tour lasts a half hour and is a 400-foot level walk.
At the Territorial Enterprise Newspaper Building, one of the oldest structures in Virginia City, visitors are treated to far more than just a historic building. It’s also the home of the Mark Twain Museum, which offers a fascinating glimpse into the life of the famous American author and the history of both Virginia City and the Comstock Lode.
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This is the most authentic zombie run on the planet. Great sequels embrace the foundation of the original, and from there . . . everything gets bigger, better and in this case, a lot bloodier! Based in one of the most haunted and storied “living” ghost towns in the country, you will come across some of the most famously chilling landmarks ever documented. If you think you’d seen it all in the original, think again.
This is not a theme park, Virginia City is real.
6 miles. 6 dead zones. 6 obstacles.
A tour of the idyllic Mackay Mansion Museum in Virginia City takes visitors back more than a century. Originally built in 1859 by George Hearst, the three-story building served as the former residence of Comstock tycoon John Mackay. Today, it is listed as a National Historic Landmark and open for tours and even weddings year-round.
A fascinating look at the way Nevada was can be found at the aptly-named The Way it Was Museum in historic Virginia City. The unique museum is an amazing window into the region’s rich Western past, thanks to an abundant selection of rare photos, mining and mineral artifacts, vintage maps, lithographs and more that make up the most complete collection of Comstock memorabilia in the world.