Goldfield is located 4.5 miles northeast of Apache Junction on the Apache Trail. In the 1890s, Goldfield had three saloons, a boarding house, a general store, a blacksmith shop, a brewery, a meat market and a schoolhouse. The growing town died when the vein of ore ran out and the mines closed. Goldfield remains today as a tourist attraction ghost town. More information about Goldfield.
Goldfield Ghost Town
4650 N. Mammoth Mine Road, Goldfield
Goldfield Ghost Town is a historic destination where guests can pan for gold, tour a gold mine, ride a train, visit a museum, watch a gun fight and immerse themselves in wild west history. Goldfield provides a great venue for group events of all sizes. The Mammoth Steak House and Saloon is 7,500 square feet with indoor and outdoor seating. Group rates are available and the ghost town offers weddings and services at the church.
Take Home Gifts
Once you decide on a venue for your event, there are lots of other decisions that you will need to make. Here is a suggestion: instead of the usual goody bags, why not send guests home with something that will really provide them with a memory of your event? Photos from one of our photo booths and the always fun flip-books make great take-home souvenirs.
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