Yellowstone National Park was established in 1872, originally to protect the unique geysers, hot springs, and other hydrothermal features. Yellowstone also now protects many historic structures, such as the Old Faithful Inn. Built in 1903-04, the Old Faithful Inn celebrated its centennial in 2004. It is a National Historic Landmark within the Old Faithful National Historic District. Other landmarks in the park are the Northeast Entrance Station, Obsidian Cliff, and the Fishing Bridge, Madison, and Norris Geyser Basin trailside museums. Yellowstone is also a refuge for wildlife. Look for bears, wolves, elk, and other animals as you explore the park.
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