Old Faithful Inn

The Old Faithful Inn at Yellowstone National Park

Named for the geyser near which its construction began in 1903, the Old Faithful Inn exemplifies the use of rustic architecture at a large scale to complement a natural landscape. As designed by architect Robert Reamer, the inn expresses both frontier sensibilities and elegance. The Old Faithful National Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, includes the Old Faithful Inn, the Old Faithful Lodge, three stores, two service stations, five employee dormitories, and ten support buildings, and the guest cabins behind the Old Faithful Lodge and the Snow Lodge.