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Goldwell Open Air Museum

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We stopped to see the artwork while visiting the ghost town. It was mostly outdoors and the... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
galiciakatheryn
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Visalia, California
Stop, look and enjoy

An open air museum with unusual displays modelled using real folk as the moulds for figures... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
davidtgordon
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Romiley, UK
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DaVinci in Death Valley: Belgian sculptor carves his rendition of The Last Supper in copper.
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Highway 374, Beatty, NV 89003
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We stopped to see the artwork while visiting the ghost town. It was mostly outdoors and the artwork sparked curiosity. Certainly gave us something to talk about on our trip.

Thank galiciakatheryn
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

An open air museum with unusual displays modelled using real folk as the moulds for figures representing the Last Supper, other pieces of modern art are also displayed.

Thank davidtgordon
Reviewed June 1, 2018

Little haphazard. Last supper interesting. Seem more like a casual exercise in junk art . Convenient stop while visiting Rhyolite.

Thank AnnaGlobetrotting
Reviewed May 23, 2018

We stopped by last week on a drive from Las Vegas to Carson City. It's always a fun stop. Looks like there are a couple of new pieces. I don't remember the single ghost person having had a palette in its hand before. Also, the...More

Thank sjritt00
Reviewed May 20, 2018

Cool and funky art installations in the middle of the desert. Worth taking a quick stop 15-30 minutes to snap some photos and look around. Highly recommend stopping here since your in the area.

Thank Jessa182
Reviewed May 15, 2018

I saw ads all over the place for the museum and I didn't really think that much about visiting. However we were going to Rhyolite any way so I could check it out. How cool was this museum! Where you can touch, in some cases...More

Thank Margo I
Reviewed May 9, 2018

If you are coming or going to Death Valley via Beatty or want to go for a drive, or are headed out to Ryolite ghost town this was an interesting stop right by the entrance. Walk around looking at the art and pop inside quickly...More

Thank Kristine C
Reviewed May 7, 2018

You have to love people that make and share art just for art's sake. We really enjoyed seeing all the different outdoor art pieces on display here. There's a lot of variety, even more whimsy, and it's just fun. Go check it out, take some...More

Thank hilaryg1
Reviewed April 19, 2018

This was a great discovery I had never seen before. Along the edges of Death Valley. To view the sculptures of Albert Szukalski was a amazing site.

Thank Tina E
Reviewed April 11, 2018 via mobile

Beatty site as the gateway to Death Valley and Rhyolite offers it's own mystique. Why anyone wanted to mix modern art into this fray is beyond me. It would make more sense to put an actual Rhyolite museum in Rhyolite than this unusual occurrence.

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