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  • 1 Museum of Northern Arizona Interesting

    Museums and art

    3101 Fort Valley Rd. USA - Flagstaff, AZ 86001-8348

    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..

  • 2 Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    USA - Flagstaff, AZ 86004

    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, ..

  • 3 Walnut Canyon National Monument Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    USA - Flagstaff, AZ 86004

    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

    USA - Flagstaff, AZ 86004

    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 USA - Flagstaff, AZ 86001-4470

    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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