There are many incredible tourist attractions in and around Flagstaff.
Click on the links below to find out more information about each one. 


Indoor Fun
 - Starlite Lanes Bowling
 - FlagtagAZ Laser Tag - Flagstaff’s premier indoor fun center for laser tag, axe throwing, pizza and more.
 -  Jay Lively Activity Center Ice Skating at the City of Flagstaff's Jay Lively Activity Center


Arizona Snowbowl
Located on the scenic San Francisco Peaks. Enjoy skiing and snowboarding during the winter or a scenic gondola ride.  Snowbowl Ski Resort


Arizona Snowbowl Scenic Gondola
Located on the scenic San Francisco Peaks scenic gondola rides are available in the summer and winter. For summer rides visit  Scenic Gondola Ride. For winter information visit  Winter Gondola Ride.

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 - Bushmaster Park
 - Thorpe Park- Fox Glenn Park
1504457_10151853120007951_1765001638_o.jpg Bearizona Wildlife Park
Wildlife park offering a drive-thru experience starring wolves, bears, bison, mountain goats & more.
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Grand Canyon National Park
One of the seven wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon is located just 80 miles north of Flagstaff.


Lowell Observatory
Best known for the discovery of Pluto, Lowell Observatory welcomes visitors year-round for tours and telescope viewing. 


Meteor Crater
The Best Preserved Meteorite Impact Site on Earth. 35 miles east of Flagstaff. 

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Out of Africa Wildlife Park
Park featuring up-close safari-like encounters with wild animals & daily presentations with keepers.


Rated the number 1 "most beautiful place in America", the city of Sedona is just 30 miles south of Flagstaff and a "must see" during your visit. 


Sunset Crater Valcano National Monument
Born in a series of eruptions, Sunset Crater is the youngest volcano on the Colorado Plateau. 12 miles north of Flagstaff. 

The Arboretum at Flagstaff 
Explore one of the nation’s largest collections of high country wildflowers.

Verde Valley Hot Balloon Rides
Enjoy panoramic views of the Verde Valley and beyond during a hot air balloon ride.


Walnut Canyon National Monument
Located about 10 miles southeast of Flagstaff, on the way to Meteor Crater. Gaze at the remarkable cliff formations and explore the former homes of ancient cliff dwellers. Warning: There are many steps along the hike and it is not recommended for young children.


Wupatki National Monument 
Located just past Sunset Crater. Here in one of the warmest driest places on the Colorado Plateau, with little obvious food or water, people lived and other visited from far and wide.

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