Cultural
Known as "the house that guilt built," the Winchester house is a former private home that is now a tourist attraction. It is a rambling, eccentric structure boasting 160 rooms, which was under continuous construction for 38 years. The widow of the man who held the patent on the Winchester Rifle was...
A park full of life-size and larger than life figures, made of cement and covered in glass and ceramic shards. Created by Fred Smith, who worked on the figures from 1950 to around 1964. The site has been damaged by storms, but undergoes periodic restorations. It is now owned by Price County.
Located on a private farm, the museum contains approximately 25,000 articles, predominately woodworking, machining, blacksmithing, and welding tools.
Easily spotted from the Interstate between Barstow and Las Vegas, the world’s tallest thermometer has a digital readout that displays the outside temperature. It is 134 feet high, the same number as the highest air temperature ever recorded in North America, measured in 1913 at nearby Death Valley...
Located on the edge of a large dry lake, Zzyzx, also known as Soda Springs, is the site of a former health resort established in 1944 by an evangelist named Curtis Springer, who advocated physical as well as spiritual fitness, and sold health products using the soda from the lake. The resort was...