Flagstaff is rich with excitement and alive with cultural diversity, beauty and history, as well as amazing educational, recreational and scientific opportunities. With so many attractions, Flagstaff is the perfect destination for your group. Let the Flagstaff CVB assist you in making your trip complete.
Complimentary motor coach parking and group rates are available at all of these area attractions.
Group Tour Contact: Dave Smith •
Ride up Arizona's highest mountains, the San Francisco Peaks, for breathtaking views. Group rates are available and in summer the ski lodge can provide group meals. Open Memorial Day through Labor Day and weekends through mid October. Guests over 70 years old ride free.
Group Tour Contact: Steve Yoder •
Discover America’s mountain garden and one of the nation’s largest collections of high-country wildflowers, ponderosa pine forests, 200 species of birds and live wildlife programs. Custom group tours and programs are available. Open Daily April -October.
Nationally recognized as a premier regional symphony, FSO delivers world-class performances at NAU's Ardrey Auditorium and the Pine Mountain Amphitheater. Please call or visit website for performance dates. Complimentary admission for escort.
The Square is a family-friendly gathering spot in the heart of historic downtown with free summer entertainment, events and concert series. Historic Downtown offers unique shopping, galleries and dining.
Group Tour Contact: Mary DeMuth •
Famous for its discovery of Pluto in 1930, Lowell Observatory offers daytime historic tours, nighttime telescope viewing and customized programs for groups. Open daily.
Group Tour Contact: Lisa Doskocill •
Visit internationally acclaimed MNA to learn about regional Native American cultures, natural sciences and fine arts throughout nine galleries. A variety of group tours and programs are offered, as well as annual Hopi, Navajo, Zuni and Meso-American cultural heritage events. Open daily.
928-526-0502 • nps.gov/sucr
Born in a series of eruptions 900 years ago, Sunset Crater is still the youngest volcano on the Colorado Plateau. Learn more from the one-mile self-guided Lava Flow Trail and Visitor Center. Open every day except Christmas. Extended summer hours; please call or visit website for hours.
928-526-3367 • nps.gov/waca
Walk among 800-year-old cliff dwellings and pueblos while experiencing the dramatic geology, varied vegetation and abundant wildlife. Hikes include the strenuous one-mile Island Trail into the canyon or the shorter Rim Trail. Open every day except Christmas. Extended summer hours; please call or visit website for hours.
928-679-2365 • nps.gov/wupa
Visit 800-year-old pueblos once home to thousands of people. Short trails lead to Wupatki, Lomaki, and other pueblos. Enjoy the scenic landscape drive to Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument. Open every day except Christmas. Extended summer hours; please call or visit website for hours.