Goldstone DSN Visitor Center

The Goldstone Outreach program is located in Barstow at the Historic Harvey House (Casa Del Desierto). Our Goldstone DSN Visitor's Center at the Harvey House in Barstow is located at 681 North First Avenue Barstow, CA 92311. See directions below. The main Harvey House entrance faces South toward the Railroad Tracks and we are located on the second floor. We are open Monday - Friday 10am - 4pm and Saturdays 10am- 2pm with no cost to visit and no reservations required. We are closed on Federal Holidays.

School and public groups are invited to come and learn about the amazing work being done by NASA/JPL and Deep Space Network.

 


Directions to Harvey House

Harvey House address: 681 North First Avenue, Barstow, CA 92311
Taking I-15 North … follow signs for Barstow Take Exit 181 L Street. Turn Left onto L Street towards Main Street 0.5 mile. Turn Right onto Main Street going East for 1.8 miles. Turn Left onto N. 1st Ave 0.6 miles. Taking I-15 South … follow signs for Barstow Take Exit 183 CA-247/Barstow Road. Turn Right onto CA-247/Barstow Road towards Main Street 0.8 miles Turn Left onto Main Street going West 0.2 miles. Turn Right onto N. 1st Ave 0.6 miles. Destination will be on the right. We are located inside the Historic Harvey House. Exhibit rooms are located on the second floor. Entrance to the Historic Harvey House are South facing the Railroad tracks. Parking is located near the retired Railroad cars on display.
 

Goldstone Map

This map of Goldstone defines the various facilities within the Goldstone Complex.

 
Visitor Center

Address: 681 North First Avenue Barstow, CA 92311
Contact: Leslie Cunkelman
Phone: (760) 255-8688
Email: gdscc.tours@jpl.nasa.gov

The Goldstone Deep Space Network Visitor’s Center is open Monday - Friday 10am - 4pm and Saturdays 10am- 2pm with no cost to visit and no reservations required. School and public groups are invited to come and learn about the amazing work being done by NASA/JPL and Deep Space Network. We are closed on Federal Holidays.

Please Note: Goldstone is not an Observatory with optical telescopes. We do not offer night-time programs. Our work is in two-way robotic spacecraft communication and radio astronomy.