Discover the best top things to do in Nevada City, United States including Nevada City Music Hall, Alder Gulch Railway, Nevada City Ghost Town, Mana Beads, Riverhill Farm, Nelson Offroad Tours.
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very interesting 19th and early 20th century mudic machines from fairs circus ans merrygorounds.. dont miss
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The Virginia City Shortline Railroad was built by Charlie Bovey in 1964 to connect Virginia City, Montana to Nevada City - A mile and a half away. Today, the Virginia City Shortline is a great opportunity to enjoy the scenery and learn about the surrounding area! The train ride is approximately 15 minutes long. Train tickets can be purchased from the Virginia City Train Depot, Nevada City Museum, or as part of the Family Pass from the River of Gold. All locations open at 10 am. Tickets can be purchased for the 10 am train at the Virginia City Depot the morning of departure. The train departs in Nevada City across the street from the Museum and Music Hall at the Bovey Visitor Center. The engineer will blow the whistle 5 minutes prior to departure. Train does not run in the rain or snow. Open Memorial Day weekend - Labor Day.
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Relive the excitement of the Gold Rush era in Montana. The outdoor museum in Nevada City houses one of the largest collections of Old West artifacts outside the Smithsonian and has one hundred 1863 to early 1900 buildings. The museum entrance is also home to several unique music machines. There are many exhibits and artifacts to help you experience the culture, time and place engaging all of your senses as you discover early Montana. In Nevada City, you’ll witness what it was like to live in a frontier mining town in the height of the Gold Rush days. Take time out of your fast paced life to "Step into Montana's Past." Open Memorial weekend - Labor Day every year. Living History volunteers on site on weekends. Weekday price- $8 adult / $6 youth& senior / 4 and under free Weekend price- $10 adult / $8 youth & senior / 4 and under free
Nevada city is just down the road from Virginia city. We were going to ride the train from Virginia City but it was on a weekend and with the social distancing they had to space people on the train so the last train was the only one available. So we just drove down to Nevada city and got to enjoy it longer. It is well preserved and has people dressed in the time and demonstrating different activities and explaining more of the history and how life was during the time. It was a place where you could take as much or as little time as you wanted. A enjoyable afternoon for us. Be sure to check out Virginia City as well.
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