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Discover Flagstaff’s vibrant historic downtown with backdrops of beautiful mountain views and perfect summer temperatures—80 degrees is Flagstaff’s average high.
Make your way along the Flagstaff Brewery Trail to taste for yourself why the governor designated this mountain town as Arizona’s Craft Brew City. We have so many award-winning brews that you’ll have to come back to taste them all. Pick up brewery trail maps and passports at the Flagstaff Visitor Center or print here. When you collect stickers from all eight craft brewpubs, you can exchange your passport for a commemorative beer glass. What are you waiting for? Hop to it!
Get ready to dabble in the arts in a fun, relaxed atmosphere with Creative Spirits. You don’t need prior art experience to participate because local artists guide you with step-by-step painting instructions and all the supplies. Creative Spirits offers painting sessions in studio and at various venues in Historic Downtown Flagstaff. Prices vary by class and include all the painting supplies that you need. Learn more
Dining at one of more than 200 Flagstaff restaurants will undoubtedly bring a smile to your face. Like most vibrant college towns, Flagstaff offers almost every kind of cuisine and a flourishing craft beer scene. Locals are particularly proud of the city’s burgeoning reputation as a foodie town where talented chefs are pushing hard backstage and getting Flagstaff recognized for its food. Get the dish on Flagstaff restaurants and local brews here.
Discover Flagstaff’s self-guided walking tours. Choose the itinerary depending on your interests, and then download the easy-to-follow guide. Interested in the visual arts? Then the Public Art Walk is for you! If a family member is keen on spooky tales, then download the Haunted Tour. With the Walk this Talk tour, dial in on your smartphone for directions to ten Route 66 sites. Actor Ted Danson and author Rose Houk narrate the fun walkabout. You’ll be surprised at what you’ll find.
Enjoy a red, white and blue annual tradition at the 4th of July Parade presented by the Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce starting at 9:00 a.m. in historic downtown Flagstaff. Tip: arrive early to find a great spot to see all the action! Learn More
The Flagstaff Art in the Park features arts and crafts designed and showcased by artists that are sure to please. Located downtown in Wheeler Park, this three day event during 4th of July weekend includes artists from across the Southwest, live music and a wine garden in a grassy, cool, shaded venue in the heart of downtown Flagstaff. Learn more
The First Friday ArtWalk is one of Northern Arizona’s premier arts events. Each first Friday of the month, art galleries and businesses in historic Downtown Flagstaff open their doors from 6-9pm with special art exhibitions, performances, live music, treats and so much more. The ArtWalk is an event that both locals and out-of-towners love to experience, attend and enjoy! Learn more
Movies on the Square is a FREE, family-friendly event in the heart of downtown on Heritage Square! Movies are every Saturday evening through the summer and conclude Labor Day weekend. The fun starts at 4pm with entertainment from the community and music. Movies begin at dusk, usually between 7:30pm and 8:00pm, with a great list of family friendly titles ranging from new blockbusters to classic movies. View the full schedule
The Summer Concert Series is a celebration of music and dance featuring FREE concerts by local and regional artists. Perfect for all ages these great performances happen at Heritage Square throughout the summer from 6-8pm through October 4th. View the complete summer schedule
Experience Yoga on the Lawn every Saturday at 9am on the County Courthouse lawn. This event showcases downtown Flagstaff as a prime location for healthy activities with a relaxed setting. The yoga practice is for all yogi abilities and costs only $5.00. Also, remember to bring a yoga mat. downtownflagstaff.org/events/yga-on-the-lawn
Shop outdoors in the cool mountain pines at the Flagstaff Urban Flea Market and the Flagstaff Community Market. The Flagstaff Urban Flea Market is every 2nd Saturday of the month from 9am-2pm at City Hall parking lot (211 W. Aspen). Find a variety of goods such as antiques, food, handmade woodwork and leatherwork, household goods, toys, jewelry, and more! This is not something to be missed! With it easily walkable, enjoy the eclectic mix of artisans and peddlers that Flagstaff has to offer. The Flagstaff Community Market is every Sunday through October from 8am-noon and also at City Hall. The focus is on connecting growers and consumers to encourage people to grow more of their own food. This Market is great way to spend a Sunday morning that provides a relaxed, educational, and fun environment. Stay in the know with the markets and keep up to date at www.flagstaffmarket.com
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