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Nelson Ghost Town, Nelson

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#5 of 22 in Historic Sites in Nevada
Ghost Town Tourist Spot
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  • You will see original buildings from the mining days, as well as an array of mining equipment and other local memorabilia. You'll also find a lot of memorabilia and Americana collected from all around...  more »
  • Nelson Ghost Town is close to Las Vegas and Laughlin NV. This is great for those who would like to step out of the casinos for a quick road trip. It is part old mining town and a vast collection of ol...  more »
  • this is really great but im not here to tell you that its great don't listen to people that say not to go at night if you wanna know more about it go at night!  more »
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  • Been there several times. Love it there. The people are very friendly and helpful. So many places for photo ops. It's worth the drive. Highly recommend going!
  • It's a nice get away. The mine tour was great!! We learned a little bit of history of how the miners worked plus how the place came about. Worth the drive
  • Fun place to wander. Friendly staff. The tour fills up so if you are pressed for time make a reservation. It is very remote so be prepared.
  • More tourist stop than ghost town. People actually live in many of the buildings. If you want authentic, head to Rhyolite.
  • A nice collection of Retro objects, in an abandoned mining town.