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We stopped on the way to Death Valley. It was interesting to see the empty and deteriorating buildings, abandoned a hundred years ago. The most fascinating though is the history - an entire mining town whose residents just walked away.
We visited the lil ghost town just outside. I’d recommend stopping here if you wanna take more scenic way back to Las Vegas from Death Valley. Town is completely open to wander around. The road from the mountains down to here is so straight and...More
A surprisingly upscale ghost town that had it all and was planning on moving into the future well over 100 years ago. The heyday has long passed, but the remnants and the ghosts are still there. Don't miss it.
While in Vegas, we did a full day trip to Death Valley. Along the way out to the valley, we stopped at this ghost town. It wasnt too far out of the way and its not everyday to see a original ghost town!
Worth a quick stop if you are traveling Highway 374 to or from Death Valley, turn off for Rhyolite is just south of Beatty. Only shells of a few buildings left, no good signage or displays. The Bottle House is one of two intact buildings,...More
We stopped here twice actually. Beautiful little town loaded with history. The saloon, the bank, the jail, the open air museum, the cemetery, and the bottle house: all of these places just ooze local history of the gold rush. You can feel what the town...More