Grand Canyon Skywalk & Attractions

Natural wonders aren’t the only attraction at the Grand Canyon. Visit a wildlife center, observatory, or garden. Watch an IMAX movie. Or learn at a visitor center or museum.

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6 Roadside Attractions on The Way to the Grand Canyon

Visit a utopian community, browse in a bohemian artists’ enclave, shop in a trading post, or leave a note on the wall of a tiny mountain chapel. Read More...

WWII Navajo code talkers - Navajo Veterans Memorial Park, Window Rock, Arizona. Courtesy photo

Arizona Historic Sites

Visit old pueblos, see ancient cliff dwellings, tour historic mines, re-live the Old West, explore Native American culture and ride a historic train. Read More...

Bird at Arizona Sonoran Desert Museum

Arizona Sonoran Desert Museum in Tucson

Turn your idea of a museum inside out! Explore 21 acres through ecosystems of the Sonoran Desert including a zoo and an aquarium. Read More...

Cute bear cubs at Bearizona in Williams. Courtesy photo

Bearizona in Williams, Ariz.

See bears, wolves, buffalo and more in this drive through park among the pine forests of north Arizona. 60 miles from Grand Canyon’s south rim in Williams. Read More...

Flagstaff Extreme

Flagstaff Extreme Adventure Course

Play in the trees at Fort Tuthill County Park in Flagstaff, Arizona near the Grand Canyon. We’re Arizona’s only tree top self-guided adventure course! Suspended obstacles, ziplines and more! Read More...

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Grand Canyon Deer Farm in Williams

Pet and feed friendly fallow deer. Get kissed by a camel. See baby animals. The Grand Canyon Deer Farm is a fun stop for visitors of all ages. Read More...

Hualapai Grand Canyon West Skywalk

Grand Canyon Skywalk Facts

Everything you need to know before you visit the glass bridge over the Grand Canyon. What it is, where it is, how to get there, and how much it costs. Read More...

First-person view of Skywalk with helmet camera. Photo: YouTube

Grand Canyon Skywalk Video from Helmet Camera

See as the videographer looks down through the glass floor and out to the vistas of Eagle Point in the Grand Canyon. Read More...

Grand Canyon Visitor Center. Photo by Whit Richardson

Grand Canyon Visitor Centers

There are several visitor centers throughout the Grand Canyon where you can find helpful information about the park. Read More...

Kolb Photography Studio

Kolb Photography Studio Tour

A walk back in time through a five-story building perched precariously on the canyon wall above the Bright Angel Trailhead. Read More...

The Rotunda Museum at the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff. Courtesy photo

Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff

Internationally renowned for astronomical discoveries including the first recorded sightings of Pluto made more than a century ago by Percival Lowell. Read More...

Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin West in Scottsdale, AZ. Photo by Andrew Horne via Wikimedia Commons

Many Museums in Grand Canyon Region

One of the best ways to experience the Grand Canyon area’s rich and diverse culture is to explore its museums. Lucky for visitors, there are many. Read More...

Young Navajo dancer at the Museum of Northern Arizona in Flagstaff

Museum of Northern Arizona in Flagstaff

Art exhibitions; outdoor adventures; renowned Zuni, Hopi, Navajo, and Latino arts festivals; and a museum shop. Read More...

The Grand Canyon National Geographic Visitor Center and IMAX Theater in Tusayan. Courtesy photo

National Geographic Visitor Center and IMAX

In Tusayan near Grand Canyon National Park’s South Rim. Exhibits and IMAX movie “The Grand Canyon: the Hidden Secrets” Read More...

Tiger at Out of Africa. Photo by Kathleen Reeder

Out of Africa Wildlife Park in Camp Verde

See a completely different view of wildlife. A Safari Tour, hands-on interaction and shows are included in your admission. Read More...

Meteor Crater in Winslow, Arizona

See a Meteor Crater East of the Grand Canyon

Don’t miss this popular meteorite impact site, located on I-40, 35 miles east of Flagstaff. It’s a nice day trip from the Grand Canyon. Read More...

The Grand Canyon Skywalk, a glass bottom bridge. Photo courtesy Haulapai Tribe.

Stand on the Grand Canyon Skywalk

Visitors on the Skywalk peer over the railing or down through their stance to see the Canyon and all of its 4,000 feet of vertical abyss. Read More...