While not directly in Flagstaff, the South Rim of the Grand Canyon is only about an hour and a half away by car. This natural wonder is a must-see for anyone visiting the area. You can take in the breathtaking views, hike along the rim or into the canyon, and learn about its geology and history at the visitor centers.
This historic observatory is where Pluto was discovered in 1930. You can take guided tours, view the stars through telescopes, and learn more about the universe in its interactive exhibits.
This stunning canyon offers views of ancient cliff dwellings. As you walk along the trails, you can see where the Sinagua people lived over 700 years ago.
This museum offers a deep dive into the region's natural and cultural history. Exhibits cover topics from Native American arts and crafts to the geology and paleontology of the Colorado Plateau.