Sights & Attractions in Death Valley National Park

Advertisement

Things to Do in Death Valley National Park

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Artist's Drive
This 9-mile, one-way route skirts the foothills of the Black Mountains...
Scenic Drives Death Valley National Park
 
Artist's Palette
So called for the contrasting colors of its volcanic deposits...
Geological Sites Death Valley National Park
 
Badwater
At 282 feet below sea level, Badwater is the lowest spot on land...
Bodies of Water Death Valley National Park
 
Charcoal Kilns
Ten well-preserved stone kilns, each 25 feet high and 30 feet...
Mines Death Valley National Park
 
Dante's View
This lookout is more than 5,000 feet up in the Black Mountains...
Viewpoints Death Valley National Park
 
Death Valley & Scotty's Castle Adventure Tour
These 11-hour luxury motor-coach tours of the park pass through...
Tours Death Valley National Park
 
Death Valley Adventure Tour
Motorcycle enthusiasts can sign up for a guided Death Valley...
Tours Death Valley National Park
 
Devil's Golf Course
Thousands of miniature salt pinnacles carved into surreal shapes...
Geological Sites Death Valley National Park
 
Furnace Creek Visitor Center and Museum
The exhibits and artifacts here provide a broad overview of how...
Information Centers Death Valley National Park
 
Furnace Creek Visitor Center tours
This center has the most tour options, including a weekly 2-mile...
Tours Death Valley National Park
 
Gadabout Tours
Take four-day trips through Death Valley from Ontario, California...
Tours Death Valley National Park
 
Golden Canyon
Just South of Furnace Creek, these glimmering mountains are perhaps...
Geological Sites Death Valley National Park
 
Harmony Borax Works
Death Valley's mule teams hauled borax from here to the railroad...
Historic Districts / Sites Death Valley National Park
 
Junior Ranger Program
Children can join this program at any of the three visitor centers...
Tours Death Valley National Park
 
Keane Wonder Mine
The tram towers and cables from the old mill used to process...
Mines Death Valley National Park
 
Racetrack
Getting here involves a 28-mile journey over a rough dirt road...
Geological Sites Death Valley National Park
 
Sand Dunes at Mesquite Flat
These dunes, made up of minute pieces of quartz and other rock...
Geological Sites Death Valley National Park
 
Scotty's Castle
This Moorish-style mansion, begun in 1924 and never completed...
Castles / Palaces Death Valley National Park
 
Scotty's Castle Visitor Center and Museum
If you visit Death Valley, make sure you make the hour's drive...
Information Centers Death Valley National Park
 
Stovepipe Wells Village
This tiny 1926 town, the first resort in Death Valley, takes...
Towns Death Valley National Park
 
Titus Canyon
This is a popular 27-mile drive from Beatty south along Scotty's...
Scenic Drives Death Valley National Park
 
Twenty Mule Team Canyon
This canyon was named in honor of the 20-mule teams that, between...
Canyon Death Valley National Park
 
Ubehebe Crater
At 500 feet deep and ½ mile across, this crater resulted from...
Volcano Death Valley National Park
 
Zabriskie Point
Although only about 710 feet in elevation, this is one of Death...
Viewpoints Death Valley National Park
Sights Overview »

Browse All Death Valley National Park Sights

Advertisement