In the back of the saloon, which was a morgue at one time for plague victims who died in winter when the ground was frozen and they could not be buried, is a museum devoted to the haunted history of the saloon. Rooms were used for parties, entertaining and rented out to ladies of the night.The TV show has filmed there several times and reportedly has a video of a ghostly apparition walking across the screen, as well as other data on paranormal activity. Originally built in the 1870s to be a high-class bar/club for the rich, called the Millionaire's Club, it became a meeting place for Virginia's City's elite, well-to-do; where they could mingle with their own kind, enjoy their status as achievers, participating in the vices and perks of wealth and not have to associate with the low-brow common man.It was created in the spirit of the exclusive men's clubs found in New York, San Francisco, and Boston. With views across the cemetery quaint enough to arouse our curiosity and take us for a stroll around it afterwards a series of terraces dramatically located on a steep, windswept hillside, dating from 1860.-Contact the court if it is after the citation holder's court date to obtain the fine amount.-Contact the court to obtain authorization to submit a Monthly Payment/Partial Payment.Virginia City was established after the 1859 discovery of the Comstock Lode, the first major silver discovery in the United States. At the city's peak in the mid-1860s, it had an estimated 25,000 residents.
In one episode of the 12th season entitled "The Night Virginia City Died", Deputy Clem Foster's pyromaniac fiance levels the town in a series of fires (reflecting the real 1875 fire that destroyed three-quarters of Virginia City).
The Washoe Club Saloon is one of the oldest saloons in Virginia City dating back to the early 1860s. Up the creaking wooden staircase to the second and third floors, supposedly unoccupied due to the old and weakened structure, which shifted ominously under our feet Most of the rooms on the upper floors are in ruins, with flaking plaster peeling off the walls, though some restoration work is being done.