Death Valley National Park

Death Valley National Park

Visitor Area/Centers in Death Valley

Beatty Information Center

Open All Year Phone - (775) 553-2200 Location - Beatty Information Center is located in the town of Beatty, Nevada on the U.S. Route 95 approximately 120 miles north of Las Vegas. Beatty is one of the eastern portals to Death Valley National Park. Exhibits - The Beatty Information Center has exhibits ...

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Borax Museum

The Borax Visitor Center is located in Boron, California, at the edge of California's largest open pit mine. The Visitor Center mission is to educate the public about the important role of mining and minerals in their daily lives. Seven interior exhibits take the visitor through the geology of the ...

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Furnace Creek Visitor Center

Special Programs A 12 minute long introductory slide program is shown every 30 minutes. During the winter season, November through April, rangers present a wide variety of walks, talks, and slide presentations about Death Valley cultural and natural history. Exhibits The visitor center has displays dealing with the geology, climate, wildlife ...

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Scotty's Castle & Visitor Center

Special Programs The highlight of a visit to Scotty's Castle is the 50 minute long guided living history tour of the interior of the main house. The tours are first come first served on the day of the tour and the first tour starts at 9:30 a.m. Tickets are available ...

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Stovepipe Wells Ranger Station

Stovepipe Wells is a small way-station in the northern part of Death Valley, California. There is a motel with swimming pool, a gas station/general store, a gift shop, a ranger station and a restaurant/bar. Close to town are some fairly large and accessible sand dunes. The sand dunes are ...

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