Old Faithful Inn, Yellowstone

September 30, 2013

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Stay in a classic. Part of the Old Faithful Inn located right next to Yellowstone National Park’s world famous Old Faithful Geyser was built in 1904. Designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1987, you’ll be impressed as you walk into the massive lobby with its 65-foot ceiling, huge stone fireplace with its exposed chimney, and handcrafted clock made of copper, wood, and wrought iron. Constructed from materials found in the area – the rhyolite lava foundation stones on the fireplace were quarried just a few miles from the site, and the lodgepole pine forests that cover Yellowstone make up its walls, ceilings, and framework. Reservations are taken up to a year in advance and be sure to request a room on a higher floor, facing the Geyser to take advance of this wonderful location.