Goldwell Open Air Museum, Beatty
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I was on my way to Rhyolite ghost town when all of a sudden I see these sculptures sitting out in the desert as I drove by. I stopped in but the museum was closed. Which was okay cause you can still w... read more »
It has some interesting sculptures & artefacts, along with leftovers from the heyday of the town, rusted oil cans etc. Unfortunately it was unmanned, the day we were there, but it looks like a work in... read more »
Музей находится в заброшенном городке Rhyolite и неплохо дополняет атмосферу заброшенности, царящую в городе. В любом другом месте эти скульптуры смотрелись бы, мне кажется не так уместно, но тут они ... read more »The Museum is located in the abandoned town of Rhyolite and complements the atmosphere of abandonment, prevailing in the city. Elsewhere in these sculptures would look like, I think it is not so appropriate, but they fit perfectly into the landscape.show original
If you're from Antwerp, and even if you're not familiar with the art-scene, you need to to stop here: nothing wrong with being chauvinistic near Death Valley. Not from Antwerp: stop too. It's fun.
We stumbled upon this museum by accident after spending a couple of hours exploring Rhyolite. What a treat! Great photo ops and we wished we had arrived earlier as the sun was nearly down before we were finished poking around. This museum makes for a fun day trip from Las Vegas, a way to get some exercise and easy entertainment - great for the kids. Be sure to bring plenty of water so you can stay longer. I also suggest a hat and sturdy footwear, as this is the desert. Gravel/dirt roads are easily accessible and their is plenty of parking, even for oversize vehicles.
Well some of us are hard working Americans that take a vacation once every 5 year, yep we're tourist, not out of work elitist traveling on dad's retirement. It's a refreshing sight to see after looking at the desert for hours at a time. The local art is original, no doubt. Fun stop before Death Valley.
An interesting place for A quick stop.
Weird as hell and doesn't really jive with the ghost town feel, but this art museum is a fun surprise in the desert.
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