Donovan Mill Tour

After the world’s largest silver discovery in 1859, the Comstock Lode drew hordes of prospectors, miners and speculators who swarmed Virginia City, Gold Hill and Silver City. Although history does not always acknowledge it, Silver City soon became a milling town as well as a residents’ mining town throughout 1860-1870. Yet, over the last 150 years, about the only visible milling-days’ landmark left in town is the Donovan Mill, its outbuildings and large cyanide tanks at the south end of Main Street, which is also State Route 342.

Adults – $20
Children 4-12 years $10
Children under 4 FREE

Group tours:

All tours contact  steven@comstockfoundation.org.

 

PayPal - The safer, easier way to pay online!

 

 

 


The Comstock Foundation • PO Box 61 • 680 American Flat Road • Gold Hill • Nevada • 89440

Copyright 2022 The Comstock Foundation for History and Culture. All rights reserved. • Design: Charter Advertising/Design, Inc.