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I had a really good time at Goldfield Ghost Town and Mining today! I bought a combo ticket which gave me access to the tour of the old Mine, the Mystery shack and a 20 minute train ride around the property. Each of those had...More
We were doing the Apache Trail and stopped in for a while. The cost of 3 attractions was $21 for each adult but please know nothing here is historical it's a recreation of the town. The attractions include a train ride around the property, Mystery...More
Sure, there are elements of a tourist trap, but there really were some great buildings, activities, and historical sites. If we had more time, I would have loved to have explored everything and dined in the different establishments. Having grown up in a Gold Rush...More
Went here as part of a conference night out. Picturesque and still a work in progress. More than 3/4 of the buildings + shops were closed so it was unfair to give a full rating. Cowboy Dan was a gracious host as was jewelry shop...More
A really neat place to visit with lots of interesting things to see and explore for all your family members. The Mammoth Steakhouse and Saloon is also worth a visit to quench your thirst and satisfy your appetite
This is a cute little ghosttown. It is reconstructed to its original form as it burnt down due to World War 2 training. I went into the mine on a tour. Then walked around the gift shops, has a sasparilla in the saloon, and enjoyed...More
While we were staying in Scottsdale for the first time we wanted to visit one of Arizona’s many ghost towns. We decided on this one because it seemed like one of the bigger ones, plus it wasn’t too far from town. It was a nice...More
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I believe it runs when the town is open. However, the train ride is not 20 minutes - maybe 10 minutes, goes in a big circle around the perimeter of the town. I just don't think it is worth the cost. Everything at... More
I believe it runs when the town is open. However, the train ride is not 20 minutes - maybe 10 minutes, goes in a big circle around the perimeter of the town. I just don't think it is worth the cost. Everything at Goldfield Ghost Town has separate fees so it gets quite expensive. Also, the building are NOT historic. They are all fairly new but made to look old. Big tourist trap.