the road is closed !!! no visit !!! no scotty castle visit !!! i recommand you to claim to national park : you pay and you have not the service!!! it is closed ; OK but during the works the entrance fee should be free...More
About Scotty's Castle
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Spanish Colonial Revival home built in 1937. The house is named for the colorful character behind the home's construction. In 1922, performer and conman Walter Scott, or Scotty, convinced millionaire Albert Mussey Johnson to invest in a gold mine in Death Valley. The mine ended...More
We were lucky enough to get tickets to one of the flood damage tours that they did in April 2017. The tour was very well done, it was really interesting to hear about the flood and the damage it did. The NPS Ranger did a...More
I'm typing here and can't see previous reviews but just wanted to say that it is closed until probably 2019 for some flood damage that they had awhile back. It was probably the number one reason that I had always wanted to go to Death...More
As of mid-April 2017, Scotty's Castle is still closed. There are a couple signs on the road that indicate this closure, but be forewarned. IT'S CLOSED.
This site was damaged by flood waters (10" of rain in one storm in October 2015) that left up to 5 ft. of mud in the "castle" & office areas. It's being repaired but the cost is high & the details take a lot of...More
Have been in the past but closed this time due to flooding. When we bought tickets to Death Valley were not told this so beware. Apparently will open again in 2019 .
Although its name, It's not a castle, but a very beautiful mansion in the desert. The architecture is typical of mansions of that time, making it seems like you are in Mexico