Harmony Borax Works, Death Valley National Park

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Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The Harmony Borax Works is located in Death Valley at Furnace Creek Springs, then called Greenland. It is now located within Death Valley National Park in Inyo County, California. It is on the National Register of Historic Places.

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  • We went here for stargazing more than anything else. If you want to see everything, arrive an hour before dark to walk the trail. Eat a picnic dinner and then settle in for the stars. This parking.....  more »
  • On the grounds of the Ranch at Death Valley, this museum is dedicated to the men and mules who worked in Death Valley between 1883 and 1888, to mine borax, which is a white crystalline salt. We have.....  more »
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  • Really cool place in Death Valley. Easily accessible and a cool step into the old history of the area. Read up on it before you go, makes for a better visit to visual the true history of this place.
  • If you are old enough to remember the tales of the 20 mule team borax wagons you will know why I liked it

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