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Out of everything we did in Virginia City, we liked this place the best. They seemed to have more historical artifacts and more photo opportunities. We spend more than 2 hours at this attraction. Be sure to sit in for the short movie with Merlin Olsen and Charlie Jones.
wonderwoman0718 nailed it with her review - "Some hoarders got together and put all their old stuff in one building". A lot of bottles and rusty metal - if you're into artifacts of the old west, it's a bonanza (see what I did there?). Can't argue about the price - very reasonable, and we got what we expected
For 3 dollars, it's worth a stop in to see the history of the city , the mining and the people. It's a pretty good. Lots of things to see, and a movie too
Some hoarders got together and put all their old stuff in one building. Little movie room gives you the history of the city so a good first stop when going to the city.
We've visited Virginia City before many times, and a few years ago we visited The Way It Was Museum. The museum is located on C street, the main road in Virginia City. This trip, because we were visiting the city with a friend who had never been to Virginia City before, we decided to re-visit The Way It Was Museum.... 更多
They have lots of items on display....lots. the 3 brief "movies" they show in a loop are quite old, but the information is timeless. I suggest a minimum of 30 minutes, if not an hour or more to view all the vintage items. They allow photography in this attraction.
The little museum packs a lot into a small space, then overflows into the yard. I was especially impressed by the model of how all the various enterprises dug tunnels around each other. The interspersing of displays of feminine interest amongst the mining equipment added nicely to the whole. I found the washing machine and the fashion dolls to be... 更多
This little museum offer quite a variety of info on the history of the land, mining, population, medicines, food, clothing. I thought I knew a lot about Virginia City history but there is an abundance of information to soak up here. Glad we stopped in. Only $3.00 and well worth it