Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument - Located about 15 miles from Flagstaff, AZ. Open all year. Take a self-guided hike along the Lava Flow Trail or up Lenox Crater. The volcano itself is closed to hiking. In the 1960s, astronauts practiced for the first lunar landings on cinder fields in and around the monument. Some nearby attractions are Wupatki National Monument and Walnut Canyon.
The Navajo Nation - Where the beauty, mystery and natural wonder surround you at any one of the many amazing places or sacred sites that await you here. Navajo Nation is home to many parks, sacred monuments, museums and sites that are both breathtaking and mystifying.
Grand Canyon Deer Farm - At the Deer Farm you don't just look at the deer, you walk among them, you touch them, you let them eat right from your hand.
Mormon Lake Ski Touring Center - The family-style Center maintains more than 21 miles of well-marked trails, ranging in difficulty from beginning to advanced. The trails crisscross the lower slopes of Mormon Mountain and border the shores of Mormon Lake, the largest natural lake in Arizona.
Goulding's Lodge, Museum & Trading Post - The museum is housed in the original Trading Post and home of Harry and 'Mike" Goulding. Mr. and Mrs. Goulding were lifelong friends of the Navajo people. Harry brought movie director John Ford to Monument Valley to see the landscapes and the rest is movie making history.
Meteor Crater Visitors Center - Created about 50,000 years ago when a gigantic meteor impacted the area at almost 40,000 miles per hour! The facility also offers the Museum of Astro-geology.
Old Trails Museum - Winslow's many historic elements are highlighted at Old Trails Museum. Permanent and rotating displays include: Early Settlers Trading Posts Harvey Girls and Harvey Houses Whiskey Still...& more!
Planes of Fame Air Museum - Located halfway between Williams and the south rim of the Grand Canyon, it houses over 40 of the Museum's aircraft, many of which are also flyable.
The Sedona Heritage Museum - Tells the stories of Sedona pioneers, how they lived and the things they used. The museum also features a US Forest Service exhibit, a room that commemorates more than 80 feature movies made in Sedona, a room that shows the life of the real cowboys and how they worked, a 4000-square-foot Apple Barn and a gift shop.
Pink Jeep Tours - If you're looking to see Sedona as never before, let the professionals guide you to new heights and widen your perspective to the most beautiful views in the southwest.
Antelope Canyon Tours - The mysterious and haunting beauty of Antelope Canyon awaits the adventurous traveler who seeks to discover one of the most spectacular -- yet little known attractions of the Lake Powell area. A tour to this awe-inspiring sculpture set in stone is a must for amateur and professional photographers alike. Come see nature's surprising masterpiece of color.
Elk Ridge Ski and Outdoor Recreation Area - Proud to be a family oriented ski, snowboard and tubing recreation area. From Elk Ridge, you are minutes away from the historic town of Williams - Southern Gateway to Grand Canyon.
Grand Canyon Caverns - Imagine, if you can, spending the night 220 feet below ground, in a cavern that took 65 million years to form, in a room that is 200 feet wide, 400 feet long with a 70 foot ceiling.
Lowell Observatory - In 1930, Pluto was discovered here. The 24 inch Clark Refractor Telescope is used for occasional viewing. Tours are available along with lectures and an outstanding slide show.
Museum of Northern Arizona - Museum showcases the arts, the Native American cultures and the natural sciences of the Colorado Plateau. Tour the many galleries and exhibits.
John Wesley Powell Museum - Sketches, photos and other memorabilia of Powell's epic Colorado River voyages in 1869 and 1871, along with a unique collection of Native American and pioneer artifacts.
The Arboretum at Flagstaff - Explore 200 acres of botanic beauty featuring the landscapes of the High Southwest. Located at 7,150 feet above sea level, The Arboretum is dedicated to helping visitors understand the unique environment of the Colorado Plateau. Explore 200 acres of gardens and natural habitats with over 2,500 plant species representing everything from high desert to alpine tundra.
Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts - Within this Spanish colonial style arts and crafts complex, nestled beneath shade sycamores on the banks of beautiful Oak Creek, are over forty specialty shops, renowned fine art galleries, superb restaurants, and more.
The Wave - The Wave is a sandstone rock formation in the Coyote Buttes area of the Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness on the Utah/Arizona border. The scenery is breath-taking. It is a great destination for a short (about 6 mile round trip), moderately difficult day hike. There are many other features in the Coyote Buttes area that are equally beautiful and worth seeing. Permits are needed to gain access and should be reserved on-line in advance. Only 20 people are allowed in each day.
Grand Canyon Railway - Relive the excitement of the Old West aboard a historic train to America's national treasure - Grand Canyon. Grand Canyon Railway departs daily from Williams. The excitement begins at the Williams Depot where you can enjoy many attractions and activities such as a free museum and a live Wild West shoot-out and then...All Aboard!