Attractions

Attractions at Goldfield Ghost Town


 Superstition Zipline

(480) 982-0075 | http://www.superstitionzipline.com/

railroadThe newest attraction at Goldfield Ghost Town. Prepare to see the town and the surrounding area like you never have.

 Superstition Narrow Gauge Railroad

(480) 983-0333 | Tickets $8 adults, $7 seniors, $5 children 5-12

railroadThe Superstition Scenic Narrow Gauge Railroad’s 36″ gauge train consists of a Plymouth diesel pulling a passenger car and a caboose. A mile and a half of track circles the town, and the narrated journey lasts 20 minutes. The engineer tells of the history of Goldfield, the Superstition Mountains, and the desert southwest in general. The train departs every 35 minutes on a 20 minute journey.

Goldfield Mine Tours

(480) 983-0333 | Admission $8 adults, $7 seniors, $5 children 6-12

minetoursThe Goldfield Mine Tour takes approximately 25 minutes.  It is an underground guided tour that takes you back in time to 100 years ago.  The guides are well versed on the history of the mine, town, gold mining equipment and procedures.  Hang on tight as the mineshaft shakes from exploding dynamite! Tours can leave every 10 minutes for large groups. Big savings on the three pack, Train, Mine Tour and Mystery Shack.

Apache Trail Tours - Click Here For More Info!

(480) 982-7661 | Call our office for rates and tour packages

Apache Trail Tours offers a variety of rugged off-road and smooth, scenic guided tours.  Learn about the plants animals, legends and lore of this historic territory

Book online at ApacheTrailTours.com or Call (480) 982-7661 today.

Superstition Reptile Exhibit

Admission: $5 for Adults, $4 for kids 17 & under, and children under 6 are free with an adult.

rattlesnakeexhibitIf you are planning a trip to the Sonoran Desert we hope that you will come visit us at the Superstition Live Reptile Exhibit, located at the base of the Superstition Mountains. Come see our many reptiles & invertebrates on display at our exhibit, and enjoy the species and all our animals on live display whether seasonal or year-round. This is something you do not want to miss!

 

Goldfield Gunfighters - Click Here For More Info!

(480) 983-0333 | FREE shows every hour | Sat. & Sun. | High Noon -4:00 pm

gunfighters-02These gunfighters are the  toughest bunch of scoundrels  that ever walked the streets of Goldfield! These gunfighters are the reason why Goldfield is truly a town too tough to die! Witness the gunfights and all the daring antics of the cowboy and cowgirl characters as a bunch of town folks try to steal the Wells Fargo strong box. Get your best friend arrested and thrown in Jail!

Straight Shot Shooting Galley

(480) 215-0057 | $1 Games, Specials, and Private Parties welcome!

StraightShotShootingGalleryFun for all ages, enjoy shooting interactive targets that come to life and are guaranteed to make you laugh. Beat the current high score and win a free game, or face off against your family and friends! Great fun and novelty for a Birthday parties or any special occasion, call for a reservation and rate. Located at the top of the hill behind the church or follow the saloon parking signs to the upper part of town, and start exploring the ghost town from north to south with us at the Straight Shot Shooting Gallery! Also Wheelchair accessible!

The Mystery Shack

(480) 983-0333 | Tickets $5 adults, $4 seniors, $3 children 6-12

mysteryshackWalk at 45 degree angles, water runs from faucets without being connected to pipes, the ghostly pool-table refuses to let you hit the balls straight and always seem to go into the same pocket, objects hang from the ceiling at 45 degree angles and no matter how hard you push them back, they will always swing back to their ghostly, slanted position. more info.

Goldfield’s Historic Museum

(480) 677-6463 | Admission $4 adults, $3 seniors, $1 children

Apache Trail - Sunset RouteThis wonderful museum has interesting exhibits on the history of the area. Of particular note is the exhibit on the Lost Dutchman gold mine, perhaps the most famous mine in the country despite the fact that no one knows where it is. The second floor is a movie museum dedicated to famous westerns filmed in and around the legendary Superstition Mountains along the historic Apache Trail.

Superstition’s O.K. Corral Stables – Click Here For More Info

(480) 982-4040 | Call for reservations

liverySaddle up for an incredible horseback ride with Superstition’s O.K. Corral Stables! Venture out with our guides and horses into one of the most iconic mountainous regions of the Southwest. The history, diversity and beauty of the Superstition and Goldfield Mountains are second to none! Choose from Hourly rides up to All Day.

Lu Lu’s Bordello at Goldfield

(480) 983-0333 | Admission: $2 Adults, $1 ages 8-12 years, FREE ages 7 & under!

bordelloThe tour takes about 10 to 15 minutes. Cameras and filming are encouraged.  Feel free to capture as many memories as you like. Each of the girls,  orFloozy’s, give a guided tour into the history of the women of the 1800’s (good and bad), their various rolls in the western territory, as well as what it was like for them to travel into the west, leaving the lives they lived in the east behind them.

Gold Panning at Prospector’s Palace

(480) 982-0276 | Gold Panning $7 adults, $6 children 12 & under, 10:00 am to 4:30 pm
goldpanningStop in at the Prospector’s Place to pan for gold. You will be guided and taught by a true gold historian who will show you the proper way to pan for gold. Any gold you find is yours to keep (very small slivers of gold – no nuggets!). It’s a fun place and informative considering the mining techniques they devised there are still used today!