Most folks visit Virginia City to ride the stagecoach, explore Boot Hill, and stroll down a street that was once crowded with gold miners in and out of luck.
But I recommend that you plan to be there on the second or fourth Saturday of the month so you can enjoy the tiny but vibrant farmers market.
Even this early in June you'll find bursting bags of salad greens, kale, spinach, and herbs, and, if you're lucky, a large bouquet of rhubarb fresh from the garden.
There are scones and cookies, perhaps a pie, along with handmade jams like the intriguing and tasty garlic and onion.
But best of all are the round loaves of crusty bread baked in a brick oven: a plain boule, a sweet variety, and an amazing herb loaf.
Don't miss this cornucopia of delights. I'm betting the ghosts of the town wish they could still enjoy these earthly pleasures.
Virginia City Artisans and Growers Guild Farmers Market
Log Schoolhouse at end of town, across from Opera House
May 23 - September 5
2nd & 4th Saturday, 11 am - 5 pm