Flagstaff Attractions and Day Trips
Flagstaff is the focal point of northern Arizona. Using this mountain city as a base, you can visit many attractions within Flagstaff and then make as many day trips as you like and always find many attractions that will please the family. Then return to the comforts of your hotel and lodging accommodations.
If you plan properly, you can satisfy each member of the family. Bring your still or video camera because you will find some of the most scenic and interesting geography on the planet. You will also find a full range of historic and modern activities that will fascinate the mind. Enjoy Flagstaff and it’s full complement of neighboring attractions. Here are some tours & day trips along with some suggested itinerairies.
Grand Canyon Skywalk
This is a completely new Flagstaff attraction. You can literally walk out over the Grand Canyon and see straight down.. 4,000 feet through a glass floor.
Grand Canyon Railway
For a complete day of exciting activities and a visit to Grand Canyon by train, get on board the Grand Canyon Railway.
Museum of Northern Arizona
The Colorado Plateau spans hundreds of square miles. The Museum of Northern Arizona reflects the cultures, the history and the geography of the Plateau.
From it’s perch at 7,250 feet, Lowell Observatory is a prominent research institution best known for the discovery of the dwarf planet Pluto.
Mormon Lake Lodge
The flavor of the American west is found at Mormon Lake Lodge. With a steakhouse, saloon entertainment and activities, the family can have a rip roarin’ good time.
The Arboretum at Flagstaff
This facility is a botanical garden with many wonders to explore. The Arboretum has a bountiful collection of plants and provides much research and education.
The Pioneer Museum is a walk back into the history of northern Arizona.
Located high in the San Francisco Peaks, the Arizona Snowbowl provides great skiing in the winter and the Skyride in the summer.