Built in 1904, the mansion is an impressive reminder of gracious living in a small, territorial logging town. The historic building is an Arizona treasure — a remarkable example of Arts and Crafts style architecture. Tours are given hourly.
Walk in the footsteps of people who lived at Walnut Canyon more than 700 years ago and peer into their cliff dwellings. The presence of water has made this canyon rare and valuable to its early human inhabitants, as well as to today’s plants and animals. See for yourself along the park’s trails.
Located in the historic Coconino County Hospital for the Indigent, this building was built in 1908. Local residents referred to it as the “poor farm” because many of the patients were elderly men without families to care for them. The building was later used as a boarding house and private residence. Tours are given daily.
This site of an ancient Sinagua village, inhabited from about A.D. 1070 to 1275, is thought to have been part of a major trading system. The site is located on U.S. Highway 89 north.
Lowell’s campus features a 6500-square-foot visitor center. The staff offers guided campus tours daily, along with tours, exhibits and telescope viewing in the evenings. Experience outstanding views of the heavens and wide-screen, cinematic multimedia shows.
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