Exploring Yellowstone: A Remarkable Sight – Old Faithful Inn

First discovered in the 1870 Washburn Expedition, Old Faithful was the first geyser in Yellowstone National Park to be named. I can’t imagine how the explorers felt when they came across something as magnificent as Old Faithful.

Built in the winter of 1903 and 1904 by Robert C. Reamer, the Old Faithful Inn is just as spectacular as the geyser itself. It is nearly 700 feet in length and seven stories high.

The lobby

The lobby has a ceiling 65 feet tall and unlike anything I’ve ever seen before.

Two additions were made since the original Inn was built. A wing in 1915 and a second wing in 1927. There are a total of 327 rooms available to rent.

View of the restaurant

This is one of the most beautiful, rugged, and elegant hotels that I ever visited.

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