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Very limited buildings left of not much interest, ok if u are driving by but not worth a special drive from Death Valley. I added a good breakfast in town to my trip but the ghost town is of limited interest.
Ruins of an old mining town. Stop by the house made of glass bottles first to pick up the information sheet. It tells the story of the town and the buildings/ruins you drive by. Worth the drive out of Beatty!
We would have drove right by it if a gas station worker didn't mention Rhyolite. Not well marked, but definitely worth the visit. Very hard to imagine a bustling community with multiple banks, bars and restaurant only 100 years ago. Nothing but a bones remain.
Ghost town with only a few buildings so maybe not worth the 40 minutes to get there from StovePipe Wells (and back if you continue towards Furnace Creek, or vice versa). The "Last Supper" next door is fun for the kids (aka "Goldwelle Open Air...More
Have visited over the years. The BLM is doing a great job of keeping this ghost town from crumbling back into the desert.
There is a short brochure available, but if you want more history, there are many reference works available. Or, check out wikipedia....More
I wanted to stop here but my husband wasn’t too sure it would be worth the time. However, we spent hours and everyone loved it. There is some literature outside the Tom Kelly’s bottle house that has before and after pictures, as well as a...More
It's a complete waste of time, we were very excited to go and see a typical ghost town and it was not even close. The only interesting building was closed and gated, so we couldn't even take a decent picture.
Had a wonderful time here with my boyfriend. The outside art museum is really neat & worth checking out. The old buildings were beautiful. The bottle house is another interesting place. Bring lots of water. There is an old cemetery close by with extremely old...More