- Address: Off Highway 374, Death Valley National Park, Beatty, NV 92328, United States
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Tourist Center, Old Town
Rhyolite - Review
Want an experience that is totally different, well Rhyolite serves that purpose really well. The best description of the town is by traveller’s who call it the perfect spooky town. So dare if you do and visit the destination to witness the toll of time on the buildings and the picturesque location and basically the whole setting of the Rhyolite.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Rhyolite
95% of people who visit Beatty include Rhyolite in their plan
33.33% of people start their Rhyolite visit around 05 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Rhyolite
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Rhyolite
Rhyolite, Beatty Reviews
Very cool and historic ghost town of Rhyolite was a great stop indeed. We had a wonderful time exploring the former mining town and all that was left behind. The cemetary and mine were cool as well. Also was the art museum nearby and the bottle house, still standing. Overall was a blast and will definitely come back sometime to explore again!
This is a ghost town outside of Death Valley although it does have a rather remote location it is very very easy to access there is a paved road all the way into the town it is a really interesting place to visit there are lots of building ruins that you can check out also there is a house that is built out of bottles a must-see when you are in this Ghost Town
It's an easily accessible ghost town. Be careful around the ruins. Lots of "Beware of rattlesnake" signs. Study the history before you visit.
Cool little ghost town to drive through or get out and walk around. Love the preservation of the history.
So much fun and wonderful history. Be sure to go first thing in the morning before the heat kicks in.