Belly up to the bar and step back into the past. This bar has been around for more than a century and has a colorful history ... More
Old Washoe Club
Belly up to the bar and step back into the past. This bar has been around for more than a century and has a colorful history to boot. It was built in late 1800s as a swank private club for the city's silver king millionaires and eventually wound up being the fun spot it is today. The decor is strictly down-home neighborhood bar. While you're here, take a peek at the spiral staircase. It's an amazing bit of carpentry. You'll find lots of friendly locals who love to tell tourists some of Virginia City's rough and tumble tall tales. Local Country/Western bands fill the small saloon with lively music on the weekends. Grab your partner; dancing is permitted.
This bookstore is located in one of the oldest buildings in town. The shelves are filled with books on cowboys,
the early settlers, Native Americans and the gold and silver rush. Mark Twain fans are in for a real ...
First discovered in 1859, this mine once produced both gold and silver ore. Today, the lode it yields is history
rather than precious metals. Take a 30 minute walking tour through the actual mine shaft. As you descend 400 ...