Virginia City was the richest city in the world from the1860s to 1880s. About 20 billion dollars (in today's values) came from its mines.

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Event and Meeting Planners

Plan Your Next Business Meeting or Event in Virginia City

"Step Back in Time" in our historic destination and experience over 150 years of Comstock History to create that very special meeting not soon forgotten by your employees or special clients. Our affordable meeting packages offer:

  • Comfortable & Unique Meeting Rooms & Venues
  • Discounted tickets to Virginia City's Venues & Attractions including the Virginia & Truckee Railroad, Virginia City Trolley, Mine Tours & Historic Museums
  • Employee Incentive Packages
  • Great Food and Saloon Adventures
  • Musical Entertainment
  • Organized Ghost Hunts/Tours
  • Organized Team Building Programs
  • Shopping on Historic C Street
  • Shuttle Service Around Town
  • Virginia & Truckee Railroad Spirit Trains
  • Virginia City Living Legends in period dress available as step-on guides or walking tours
  • For more information contact:
    Patrick Gilmore - Email: or call 775-847-7500 for information on the following venues:

  • Café Del Rio: Seats 60
  • Comstock Historic Center: Seats 60
  • Delta Saloon Ballroom/Sawdust Corner Restaurant: Seats 150
  • Edith Palmers Cider Factory: Seats 60
  • Gold Hill Historic V & T Depot: 100/150
  • Gold Hill Hotel: Seats 100
  • Historic Fourth Ward School: Seats 100/150
  • Pipers Opera House: Seats 300
  • Silverland Inn & Suites: Seats 150-1,000 (meeting room and outdoor arena)
  • St. Mary's Art Center: Seats 60
  • Tahoe House Hotel: Seats 10/75
  • Virginia & Truckee Railroad/Vintage Pullman Cars: Seats 20/150