View Art Installations At The Goldwell Open Air Museum

Goldwell Open Air Museum is a free outdoor sculpture park near Death Valley National Park in California. This is a non-profit museum organized in 2000 after the death of Albert Szukalski, the Belgian artist who created ghostly sculptures. The most notable work being his rendition of The Last Supper in ghostly form. This was especially haunting against the stormy sky the day that we went.

To Get There

This is located just outside Death Valley National Park, on the Nevada side
1 Golden St, Beatty, NV 89003
Free to visit / Free parking (however, if you enter through Death Valley you’ll have to pay a park fee to get into Death Valley National Park

When to Go

Best month’s to go: February, March and November (April and October could work too, but bring more water and hike in the mornings and evenings)

The sculpture below is titled Ghost Rider (1984) by Charles Albert Szukalski.

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Lady Desert The Venus of Nevada by Dr.Hugo Heyrman is the statue seen below. This sculpture is really large and based on the idea of the pixel.

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For a full list of things to do check out my post 3 Days In Death Valley National Park.

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