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Furnace Creek

Furnace Creek is the heart of Death Valley and the best place to begin your visit to this incredible natural wonder. Experience the 1800s with a visit to the Furnace Creek Ranch, including the Borax Museum, 49er...

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Zabriskie Point

Zabriskie Point is one of the easiest places to reach only about 5 miles from the park visitor center and right off of Highway 190. It is probably the most photographed point in all of Death Valley. Over...

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Ubehebe Crater

Over a dozen volcanoes dot the landscape of Ubehebe volcanic field. Ubehebe...

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Titus Canyon

This incredible 27 mile drive covers a wide range of interests, from geology...

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Tecopa Hot Springs

Originally Tecopa Hot Springs (called Yaga then) was the largest Native...

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Stovepipe Wells Village

Stovepipe Wells Village, located approximately 24 miles northwest of Furnace...

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Shoshone Village

Perched at the southeastern edge of Death Valley and a gateway to the southern...

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Shoshone Museum & Visitor Information Kiosk

Meet our local mammoths! Get free trip-planning advice and browse the Gift Shop...

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Scotty’s Castle

Fifty-three miles from Furnace Creek Inn & Ranch and within the park...

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Rhyolite Ghost Town

Rhyolite, Nevada is a ghost town in Nye County, Nevada, United States. It is...

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Racetrack Playa

No one knows for sure how these rocks, some weighing hundreds of pounds, move...

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Old Spanish Trail

The Old Spanish Trail, used mainly between 1830 and 1850, was built on a...

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Maturango Museum (Eastern Sierra)

The Maturango Museum, founded in 1962, is an important educational and...

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Goldwell Open Air Museum

Just outside of Rhyolite, Nevada, a spectacular ghost town off the road...

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Dublin Caves

At the Shoshone Museum, you can pick up a self guided walking tour and map,...

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