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  • 1 Museum of Northern Arizona Interesting

    Museums and art

    3101 Fort Valley Rd.

    Well-considered exhibits provide an overview of southwestern Native American cultures, both ancient and modern, as well as an introduction to the geology, archaeology, anthropology and arts of northern Arizona. It's a helpful first stop before visiti..

  • A 1,000ft-high cinder cone, which erupted in 1064, is surrounded by hundreds of acres of black lava flows and cinders, out of which sprouts an improbable pine forest. A 1mi trail skirts the base of the volcano. You cannot climb Sunset Crater itself, ..

  • A set of Sinagua cliff dwellings, occupied from the early 12C to mid-13C, are built into the 350ft-high walls of Walnut Creek canyon. Most ruins are well below the canyon rim, nestled in alcoves in the overhanging rock. The Island Trail (.9mi) requir..

  • 4 Wupatki National Monument Interesting

    Archaeological and historical sites

    Hundreds of Pueblo-style masonry ruins are spread across this vast volcanic plain, remains of a Sinagua farming community that lived here 800 years ago. The highlight of the 55sq-mi preserve is the Wupatki Ruins, accessible from an overlook or a .5mi..

  • 5 Lowell Observatory

    Museums and art

    1400 Mars Hill Road

    Astronomer Percival Lowell established this facility in 1894, 1mi west of downtown Flagstaff. Here in 1930, Clyde Tombaugh discovered the tiny outer planet (since stripped of its planet-status) Pluto by photographing sections of the night sky at six-..

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