Being a Clamper and also being my first trip to Virginia City, seeing all the history that has been preserved and put up not only by the State of Nevada but by E Clampus Vitus as well made the trip more than worth it. I will be definitely being going back again.
It's just so much history here for the area and how this big find of gold and silver changed the lives of so many people and the direction of this city. Definitely worth a stop
OK, so Virginia City is unashamedly a tourist town. OK, the locals turn everything into a tourist magnet (including the restaurant/saloons, Mark Twain who lived and did newspaper work here, the t-shirt and souvenir shops - and there are many of them). But for history buffs and people out for an enjoyable day of walking and museum visiting and historic... 更多
As you walk and buy down C Street in Virginia City, look for the Comstock Lode Monument - a relatively small pyramid on a square base between Union and Taylor streets. Read the plaque. Then look up beyond the roof of the Delta and find the big white "V" on the mountainside. That is Mt. Davidson, underneath which almost 7... 更多
they discriminate against veterans with service dogs. i got turned away and told there was nothing i could do about it. the people there are full of s*** and nobody should go there.
This is a marker/memorial downtown Virginia City directly across from the Delta saloon. This marker commemorates the discovery of the... 更多
Along Virginia city’s main street (C Street or Highway 341) you will find an eclectic mix of tourist traps. But,... 更多
Loved the tour guide and his knowledge and wit for the Ponderosa mine. The town itself is cute and had... 更多