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Jlawson wrote a review Sep 7
Saint Louis, Missouri158 contributions12 helpful votes
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A neat place to visit. Not many shops open during this time. New bar opened at the end of the strip, but was completely packed. Cute post office.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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OCDane wrote a review Jun 2020
Los Angeles, California999 contributions222 helpful votes
Fun place to visit, but the ghost town on the way to Vegas is much better. We were there on a boring hot Thursday, so it was pretty dead. No need to come back for a revisit.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Nichole wrote a review Apr 2020
Orlando, Florida22 contributions2 helpful votes
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It will fill your cowboy/western heart! We had to make this detour because I love westerns and old Hollywood. When I visited, the stores were closed and it was raining, but it was still fun to walk around and see the sights. It’s great for families and cowboys big and small. There’s great history here and if you’re heading to or from Joshua Tree, make this detour.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Robby G C wrote a review Apr 2020
Toronto, Canada66,978 contributions1,628 helpful votes
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We didn't knew when they would use pistols to attract people. We arrived too late. However, all the buildings were intact. We could imagine how the gunners fell and how they used with pistols. I liked coming at 6 P.M. We were not the only ones. Everybody enjoyed looking at the wooden buildings. We took our time and imagined that we were in the past. However, if we were in the past, we probably would run away. They put together several buildings: Film museum,Trading Post, Newspapers, Saloon, Pottery, a hotel. All was made in wood. Telegraph, bank, saddlery,restroom, hay and feed and wagons. We walked enjoying the view and the other tourists enjoyed that too. What a nice walk amidst an old town. A must see!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Adriana wrote a review Mar 2020
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Nice place to walk around and spend a couple of hours. Very typical western town with lots of photo opportunities.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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