Visitor Center

Located on Route 66 in the historic downtown train station, the Flagstaff Visitor Center is your resource for personalized travel information, free guides, maps and brochures. The gift shop features a wide selection of Flagstaff and train-themed souvenirs and clothing, books, maps, Route 66 memorabilia locally-crafted items and “made in the USA” gifts. Bring your pennies for the souvenir penny smasher and carry memories of Flagstaff in your pocket. Open Monday-Saturday 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day.

The Visitor Center can provide:

  • Suggestions for the best places to visit or dine based on your personal preferences.
  • Easy-to-follow directions anywhere in Flagstaff and the surrounding area.
  • Recommendations for attractions, activities and local events that match your time and interests.
  • Insider tips on how best to experience all that Flagstaff has to offer.

The Flagstaff Visitor Center

The Flagstaff Visitor Center is located in the historic Santa Fe passenger train depot on Route 66. Flagstaff Visitor Guides, Explore Flagstaff guides, event calendars, area maps and brochures are available free of charge. When you visit, be sure to browse the gift shop for a wide variety of Route 66 gifts and memorabilia, Flagstaff souvenirs, attire, books and railroad-themed items. The Flagstaff Visitor Center hosts special events throughout the year including: monthly First Friday Artwalk displays, National Train Day, Native American arts and jewelry education and occasional author presentations. The Visitor Center is open daily.

Other helpful resources

Flagstaff Convention & Visitors Bureau

Flagstaff City Hall

Flagstaff City-Coconino County Public Library

30 minutes free internet access for visitors.

Better Bucks

Better Bucks can only be redeemed for food and certain living essentials and includes a bus pass. The vouchers can be picked up at various locations.

Contact Us

Flagstaff Visitor Center

For more information about Flagstaff speak with a visitor services specialist.