Tonopah Historic
Mining Park

113 acres of mining history!  See the original mines, equipment, and artifacts that built Tonopah – the Queen of the Silver Camps.  The Mining Park is filled with dramatic views, 500ft drops, and illuminated mineshafts.

Mizpah Hotel and Historic Downtown

The Mizpah Hotel was built in 1907 and has been restored to its former grandeur. You might meet one of their resident ghosts, the Lady in Red!  The Mizpah is part of Tonopah’s historic downtown – take a walk and visit the historic buildings, bars, unique shops, and restaurants.

Award Winning Stargazing

Tonopah was rated the #1 Stargazing Destination in America by USA Today.  With some of the darkest night skies in the nation, you can see over 7,000 stars, including the Milky Way.  Just look up!  No telescope necessary!

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1 day ago
Tonopah Nevada

Plan your next trip to Tonopah and let the Best Western Hi-Desert Inn spoil you with their comfortable rooms and yummy breakfast! The Best Western is the only hotel in Tonopah with a seasonal pool. ... See MoreSee Less

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We have stayed there. Nice

My sister used to work there at the desk. The original owners were family friends.

Very nice, clean place to stay!

We've stayed there several times, always clean and enjoyable.

Great place to stay. Rooms are beautiful and spotless!!!

Been there twice

I.love this place with authentic mid-century in our room. Comfy!

Super nice and super people work there

Always dependable clean and friendly people ❤️

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3 days ago
Tonopah Nevada

The Historic Nye County Courthouse in 1906. The Courthouse was built after the Nye County seat was moved from Belmont to Tonopah. While the building no longer functions as the courthouse, it remains one of the most iconic structures in town and will be Tonopah Main Street's next model in their "It Takes a Village to Build a Main Street" collection (to be released in March).

📸 Central Nevada Museum & Historical Society
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The Historic Nye County Courthouse in 1906. The Courthouse was built after the Nye County seat was moved from Belmont to Tonopah. While the building no longer functions as the courthouse, it remains one of the most iconic structures in town and will be Tonopah Main Streets next model in their It Takes a Village to Build a Main Street collection (to be released in March).

📸 Central Nevada Museum & Historical Society

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I remember going into that building in the 60s. The smell and atmosphere was just wonderful,like stepping back into time.

and the jail underneath is built from the steel from the USS Nevada

My great grand pa worked there for years as County clerk I have his rubber stamps

The Belmont courthouse is pretty cool too. Nevada is amazing!

Remember visiting my grandma at work there

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