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The place seems to be totally abandoned.
You need to go to the hotel lobby to buy the $5 ticket to get a tour. You might not be warmly welcomed, but the guide will become warmer during the tour. In the lobby, you can see...More
So you pay $5.00 for a "tour" of the Opera House. You go in one room and listen to a guide for about five minutes - that's your tour. I thought you would see "behind the scenes" since that is generally a tour. A rip...More
Marta Beckett's paintings in the Opera House and the successful translation of her art from New York to Death Valley Junction speaks to the power of imagination and persistence. An amazing woman with an amazing story.
Stopped for two nights during drive across US for visit to Death Valley. Slightly faded but hardly surprising in the climate and added to experience of being somewhere very special. No coffee shop as away in August so ate and got supplies at casino (nothing...More
We stopped here on the way to Death Valley National Park. Read about it, and wanted to see the Opera House literally in the middle of nowhere! They give tours twice daily. We had to wait until 5:00, even tho no one else showed up...More
This place is quite an experience. It is amazing how the lady that started this opera house painted every mural that surrounds this place inside making it look like people are actually watching the performances being presented by her.
Our ukulele group was fortunate enough to perform on this stage to a bunch of ukulele players! It was just the most fun weekend ever. If you stop, I hope you can get inside to see it! The walls are the best!
Last December we stopped by the Amargosa Opera House en route to another destination to take a tour. It was amazing! So we came back and did it again (along with a night at the hotel) 6/7/18. The story and history of the Opera House...More
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Tours normally start within a few minutes after purchasing your tickets depending upon how many people are standing in line. The wait for other guests in your group to finish using the facilities is usually the longest wait... More
Tours normally start within a few minutes after purchasing your tickets depending upon how many people are standing in line. The wait for other guests in your group to finish using the facilities is usually the longest wait. Stop and enjoy as we did.