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Goldfield Ghost Town
4650 N. Mammoth Mine Road
Goldfield
AZ
85219
Tel: 480-983-0333

Directions

From Phoenix: Take US-60 East (Superstition Freeway) Drive east to exit 196 Idaho Road/AZ-88 East Turn left on Idaho Road /AZ-88 East | 2.3 miles Turn right at N. Apache Trail / AZ-88 East | 4.0 miles.Turn left at Goldfield Ghost Town!

Where are we going today?

Come and visit Goldfield Ghost Town today! Walk down Main Street, explore the many shops and historic buildings. Tour the historic Mammoth Gold Mine and visit the Goldfield Museum. Pan for gold then take a ride on Arizona's only narrow gauge train. You'll also get to witness an old west gun fight performed by the famous Goldfield Gunfighters! Spend a fun filled day, rich in wild west history! Back in the 1890's Goldfield boasted 3 saloons, a boarding house, general store, blacksmith shop, brewery, meat market and a school house. Just when it looked like the town would outgrow Mesa, the vein faulted, the grade of ore dropped and the town died a slow painful death. After several unsuccessful attempts to reopen the mines, the town did come to life again from 1910 on and off until 1926.
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    goldfield is a great place with alot of history. we are going there again second week of sept.
    very trip to arizona is a must do for goldfield ghost town. the nuseum has very intering
    historical items and pictures.
    very enjoyable to visit and no need to rush. have met acouple of the merchants there and
    became friends with them.
    hope that you enjoy it as much as we do every time we visit.

    ron & dianne

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    Had a great time with my family. Easy to find this place and lots to see. Spent a couple hours here and still didn't see everything. We did the zip line and the combo tour and enjoyed all of them. The mine tour is not hard to walk through at all.

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    Well, shame on us! Have lived in Phoenix 30+ years & this was our first time there. What a great day we had! We took the gold panning tour - my husband's birthday gift. Our guides were tremendous, we found a few "flakes", and now he is hooked. LOL. Lunch in the town was great. Nice crowd that day, lots of families & even a few pooches. Took the mine tour as well. Definitely a fun time, mixed with learning some great Arizona history. Now every time we have family in from out of state, this is a must. We really loved Goldfield - the whole experience....Read More

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    I love going to this place. They have bunches of little stores that you can buy from but the prices are a little mild. They also have a resteraunt that has a variety of different foods to choose from. I overall love this place.

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    Great place to stop along the trail cool little vendors in a great look at the old days

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by Janice Kupiszewski

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Well, shame on us! Have lived in Phoenix 30+ years & this was our first time there. What a great day we had! We took the gold panning tour - my husband's birthday gift. Our guides were tremendous, we found a few "flakes", and now he is hooked. LOL. Lunch in the town was great. Nice crowd that day, lots of families & even a few pooches. Took the mine tour as well. Definitely a fun time, mixed with learning some great Arizona history. Now every time we have family in from out of state, this is a must. We really loved Goldfield - the whole experience. Thanks.

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