Our top abandoned places in Nevada for Urban Exploring.


~Here is a short list of our top abandoned places in Nevada for Urban Exploring.~

This list is not in any particular order and is only locations that have photographed in 360-degree spherical images. View our list of top abandoned locations in Nevada that have been photographed in 360-degree spherical images or that we think are worth exploring. If you have any information to add to any of these locations, drop a comment below or send us an email. If you choose to go out and do some urban exploring in your area, here is a list of just a few safety tips for Urbex. Never been urban exploring? Don’t worry, we put together this page with some of our favorite urban exploring gear. Sign up to be a Gold member and get access to hundreds of locations with GPS coordinates.


► Three Kids Mine


Three Kids Mine – Discover Three Kids Mine’s journey in Henderson, NV: from key manganese mine to unique urban canvas and prospective residential zone.

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► Rhyolite Train Depot


Rhyolite Train Depot – Discover Nevada’s hidden past: Take a virtual 360-degree tour of the haunting Rhyolite Train Depot and its ghost town, echoing with history.

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► Rhyolite School House


Rhyolite School House – Explore the Rhyolite School House’s history in Nevada’s gold rush era: its construction, brief use, and preservation as a ghost town relic.

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► Cook Bank Building


Cook Bank Building – Explore the history of the Cook Bank Building in Rhyolite, Nevada – a symbol of boom and bust in the early 20th century.

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