Grab A Drink At The Historic Spot In Nevada Where Mark Twain Was A Frequent Customer

In 1859, the first major silver ore discovery in the United States was made in the area of Virginia City. It caused the most excitement since the 1849 California Gold Rush, with people moving and new towns popping up suddenly. A hotel was built on the site of the first major claim in Gold Hill and it still stands, and inside it, a historic Nevada saloon that has been called “Mark Twain’s Favorite Bar.” 

Mark Twain enjoyed this historic saloon in Nevada, and you can too! Have you ever heard of the Gold Hill Hotel or Saloon? Would you want to visit this historic place? You can learn more about the hotel and bar’s history on the Gold Hill Hotel website, and find out about current happenings on the Gold Hill Hotel Facebook page.

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Address: 1540 S Main St, Virginia City, NV 89440, USA