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Museum
“Walnut Canyon National Monument, only 10 miles (16km) east from Flagstaff along I-40, contains about 25 cliff-dwelling rooms constructed by the Sinagua people in the 13th century along a 1 ½ mile (2400m) loop trail. (Warning: there is a stairway of some 240 steps to get into and out of the canyon; if this is too strenuous, there is also a rim trail). ”
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Museum
“Do not miss this important cultural and naturally gorgeous museum and grounds!”
  • Recomendado por 85 habitantes locales
History Museum
“We have enjoyed this living history museum since we were kids. It's exciting to see it grow! Just a few blocks from the Casita. Lot's of annual events and a great gift shop.”
  • Recomendado por 36 habitantes locales
History Museum
“Great history on the city of Page and John Wesley Powell who was the first explorer to travel the Colorado river.”
  • Recomendado por 6 habitantes locales
Museum
“he Arizona Historical Society Pioneer Museum, formerly the 1908 Coconino County Hospital for the Indigent, is dedicated to preserving and interpreting the history of Flagstaff and Northern Arizona. The museum features permanent and temporary exhibits exploring the historical development of the community and region.”
  • Recomendado por 17 habitantes locales
History Museum
“If you are a history buff and would like to learn about Sedona's roots you should visit this little museum. It's a small museum that won't take much time.”
  • Recomendado por 17 habitantes locales
Museo de arte
“Beginning in the parking lot of the Phippen Museum is the Constellation Trail Loop. North of Willow Lake in the Heritage Park Reserve is this trail, which is actually several trails coming together, that offers fantastic views of the dells in an easy to moderate hiking path. ”
  • Recomendado por 17 habitantes locales
Travel Agency
“Wupatki National Monument, 46 miles north (21 miles on Hwy 89, then 25 miles on the Sunset Crater Loop Road) contains several well-preserved Ancient Pueblo People buildings from the 6th to 13th centuries. ”
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Museum
“Clarkdale. Get your mining history fix in this lovingly restored school building. Always a favorite!”
  • Recomendado por 8 habitantes locales
Museum
“The Highlands Center for Natural History has a natural playground for the kids, educational exhibits on Saturdays, a giftshop featuring nature oriented books and gifts, an accessible paved hiking trail, and access to the several longer USFS hiking trails. It is less than 20 minutes to the cabin, so a great quick adventure. ”
  • Recomendado por 8 habitantes locales
Museum
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Museum
“1 hour away- crowded with swimmers on the weekends. Must pay to park $13 per car”
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Museum
“Love this place for their educational events regarding Native Americans in this region. Twice a year is the Navaho Rug Auction-a really fun and interesting sale of Indian artifacts, rugs and jewelry! Some are very old, others are by artists still living. It's very cool to sit and watch and learn of this culture. The Heard Museum in Phoenix buys a lot here.”
  • Recomendado por 6 habitantes locales
Parque
“This is a must for History buffs. You get to walk through the (beautiful) barracks of Fort Verde. Well worth the time and very budget friendly. ”
  • Recomendado por 8 habitantes locales
Museum
“The Pine-Strawberry Museum in Pine, Arizona, was opened in 1979 for the purpose of displaying artifacts related to the prehistory and history of Pine and its twin among the pines, Strawberry. All around us, the Mogollon Rim is a wilderness of ethereal beauty, carved majestically into unmatched proportions. Much of what is displayed in the Pine-Strawberry Museum today is in tribute to the dedication and hard work of our founding families. The museum houses prehistoric artifacts found in the land area of Pine and Strawberry Valleys and near plateaus, as well as artifacts actually bought and used by the earliest settlers to the communities.”
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