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Nestled at the base of the San Francisco Peaks in Flagstaff, the Museum of Northern Arizona is a stunning 200-acre campus celebrating the art, Native cultures, and natural history of the Colorado Plateau. Beautiful, historic architecture fuses with dramatic landscapes and vistas to provide an unforgettable setting for your special occasion.
From exquisite weddings to intimate private celebrations, our indoor and outdoor spaces provide an experience to remember.
Our historic Colton House is great for smaller events for a max of 75 people with indoor and outdoor options. A great location centered in the woods with a historic and intimate atmosphere.
Rio de Flag Tent:
The Rio de Flag Tent is seasonally available from mid-June to early August in between our summer Heritage Festivals of Art and Culture. This is a great outdoor venue ready for Northern Arizona's annual monsoon season providing a nestled in the trees experience with all the modern conveniences.
Branigar Hall is a wonderful open room with colorful art displayed year round. It can host a max of 150 people. A seasonally available outdoor patio area can be added dependent on availability.
Our smallest venue is Pearson Hall. Located on the Museum's Research Campus, Pearson Hall is a great space for informal gatherings, lectures, workshops, or small to medium size meeting groups. A great prairie view of the San Francisco Peaks with rustic charm and all the modern conveniences. (NOT Recommended for Weddings/Special Events)
Occupancy: 60 - 250
Occupancy: 30 - 30
5 Days of Fun: Flagstaff Itineraries
Flagstaff is a hub of activity where an eclectic mix of small town charm and endless outdoor adventure beckons.