|Goldfield is a reconstructed 1890's gold mining town in the Arizona deserts. It has a
number of authentic buildings that represent the style and mode of
living of the era. Visitors can explore the many attractions, have a
delicious meal in the steakhouse, ride the only narrow gauge train in
Arizona, and shop for that
perfect souvenir while they learn about the history of Arizona.
Goldfield has underground mine tours,
horseback riding, western wagons and carriages, and jeep tours of
the Superstition Mountains. See live rattlesnakes, gila monsters,
scorpions, and tarantulas. Enjoy gold panning and have old-time
photos taken. See a fine collection of artifacts, maps, and pottery
from the mountains and surrounding area in the Goldfield
Superstition Historical Society Museum, including maps and clues to
the legendary "Lost Dutchman Mine." Lodging and camping is also
available at the Goldfield "Ghost Town".
To get there, take AZ-88, the Apache Trail, and go about 3 miles northeast from
its intersection with the Old West Hwy in Apache Junction.
watertower looms over a street in Goldfield.
An ore cart
outside the Goldfield Mill.
Even the plumbing fixtures are genuine
Old West equipment here.
To schedule group events, or for more
GOLDFIELD GHOST TOWN & MINE TOURS
4650 N Mammoth Mine Road
Goldfield, AZ 85219