The Inn at Death Valley

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• Explore Death Valley National Park, the largest national park in the continental United States. Hike past pine trees on the Telescope Peak Trail and enjoy breathtaking views from the summit of Telescope Peak. Explore the Badwater Basin’s salt flats, which is the lowest point of elevation in North America. See the spiky salt mounds known as the Devil’s Golf Course, as well as Titus Canyon, with its ghost town and colorful rocks.

• Explore the Borax Museum in Furnace Creek. This outdoor museum illustrates Death Valley's connection to borax mining, and features pioneer era mining and transportation equipment, including "Twenty Mule Team" wagons, carriages, and a steam locomotive. Stop by the small museum building, the most historic structure in the park, and see artifacts from the borax mining era.

• Explore Scotty's Castle, a two-story Mission Revival and Spanish Colonial Revival-style villa located in the Grapevine Mountains of northern Death Valley. Named for Walter E. Scott, a prospector, performer, and con man known as "Death Valley Scotty," millionaire Albert Mussey Johnson built the villa as his winter home on Johnson's land after the two became unlikely friends. See the original furnishings and period clothing, and listen to the 1,121-pipe Welte theater organ.
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