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All reviews great overview quick overview minute ride lay of the land great town knowledgeable and friendly guide points of interest visitor's center great sense of humor quick tour tour guide town's history history lesson fun ride opera house the main street tractor
This is the best thing to do when you arrive in VC, gives you a look at what you want to do as in tours , however the Mackay Mansion is the bet location for touring, it's only 6.00 a person and it's way worth...More
I wish we would have taken the trolley first thing, instead of walking around the town first. I found the information they provided to be very informative. Although the tour only lasted 20 minutes, it really helped to understand what Virginia City was like, back...More
Here it is in nutshell.
Guide extremely unfriendly.
Went out of way to be short and curt with guests
Worst of all absolutely impossible to hear the your information.
Everyone was complaining when it was over.
He never apologized never said he was sorry. He...More
So much information expertly packed into 20 minutes! Go on this when you first get into town and you will get the lay of the land and the history of the town. You will get a good feeling for what happened here and get it...More
We had a lot of fun on the trolley. It takes you all through the town and the guide tells you wonderful stories about the town. A good way to see everything without walking up and down all the hills in the town! Highly recommended!
This tour (20 minute) starts, and ends, at the parking lot next to the "Bucket of Blood" saloon. (yep, I didn't make up the name, look it up) A John Deer tractor pulls you along on a two trailer, open air ride. The driver narrates...More
Virginia City was an unexpected surprise. It was full of life, fun, historical interest and atmosphere (OK, so it was Memorial weekend). The trolley tour showed us the highlights and put it all into an historical and social perspective, all for just a few dollars....More