Aspen Street Between Leroux Street and San Francisco Street Flagstaff, AZ 86001 +1 928 853 4292
Here's entertainment with a good cause. The Heritage Square Trust is an organisation that provides the best in professional entertainment to all, free of cost. While all entertainment venues charge admission fees for high-profile events, this one is open to all. The performances take place in the amphitheater that is 11,000 square foot in size, perfect for any kind of concerts, plays and performances. An audience of 1200 can be accommodated here. Check the website for information on upcoming events.
The wolf is a celebrated symbol of the great American West and we respond to its fierce beauty and free spirit through artistic expression. This unique gallery is the perfect place to answer the call of the wild. Native American beadwork, Zuni Fetish carvings, Navajo watercolors, pottery, sculpture, music and books are among the treasures waiting to be discovered.
Local artisans, including the Flagstaff Hopi Dancers, treat customers to exhibits and demonstrations on occasion. Call ahead for a schedule of in-store special events
111 East Aspen St Flagstaff, AZ 86001 +1 928 774 0465
Jay McCormick and Carolyn Young's downtown art space may be tiny, but the proprietors pack a whole lot of local talent into this petite boutique. Internationally recognized local artists are the focus here. Two- and three-dimensional media including photography, paintings, sculptures and hand-made jewelry are on display. Some of Northern Arizona's premier artists and artisans have chosen to exhibit their works here, making it a real find for fine art collectors.
17 N San Francisco St Flagstaff, AZ 86001 +1 928 773 0958
Art lovers must experience the authenticity of Flagstaff's Artist's Gallery. Owned and operated by local artisans, this shop has been delighting the cultural community for eight years from its scenic location on San Francisco Street. The Gallery specializes in one-of-a-kind pieces including pottery, glass, photography, paintings, jewelry and much more. Quality and character are the heartbeats that keep this vibrant gallery alive; collectors enjoy the rare opportunity to meet the makers of these fine crafts in person. Expect the best from 43 very accomplished local artists who share their timeless treasures with the public
2255 North Gemini Drive Flagstaff, AZ 86001 +1 928 527 7000
The Flagstaff Field Center of the U.S. Geological Survey researches and provides information on all aspects of the area's natural resources. It also offers exhibits and displays on Arizona and Southwestern waterways, energy and natural resources, geologic structures and the use and preservation of federal lands. Space exploration is another function of the organization. Self-guided tours of the department's facilities and exhibits may be taken Monday through Friday. Group guided tours may also be arranged. Brochures are available to guide you through the displays and self-guided tours are free of charge.
1 East Route 66 (Flagstaff Visitor Center) Flagstaff, AZ 86001 +1 928 774 9541/+1 800 842 7293(Tourist Information)
Historical Flagstaff was centered around the railroad, so there's no more appropriate place to start your downtown tour than the Visitor Center, housed in the Tudor-style Santa Fe Railroad station. There, you'll be provided with maps and information on many historic buildings that lie within the downtown area. Don't miss the 1888 Babbitt Brothers Trading Company building (constructed in a Renaissance Revival style), the Spanish Colonial Hotel Monte Vista and the 1920s Weatherford Hotel. Many restaurants, bars and shops in this area retain the charm and nostalgia of historic Route 66.
245 N Thorpe Rd Flagstaff, AZ 86001 +1 928 779 7690
Flagstaff's sunshine climate inspires a day at the park. Whether you want to plan a picnic, watch a rousing rugby match, cheer for the boys of summer or take your dog for a scenic run, this park is the perfect setting. Four baseball fields and a concession stand cater to baseball and softball fans in season. A grassy multi-functional field begs the feet of soccer and disc golf players. Picnic tables and benches offer rest and shade. Laughter from the playground permeates the ponderosa pines. Call the administration for a schedule of sporting events and activities for all ages.
This center is the warmest welcome mat in Flagstaff! Whether you're a leisure traveler, tour guide, journalist, or died-in-the-wool outdoor adventurer, the visitor's center will surround you with red brick, aromatic pine, and a wealth of insight on Flagstaff's many scenic wonders and activities. Your exploration of Flagstaff should start right here.
Riordan Ranch Street & Riordan Road Building 28, Northern Arizona University Flagstaff, AZ 86011 +1 928 523 4900
The Cline Auditorium is a typical college meet-up place for students, lecturers and the like. It is known to host several local events ranging from college meets, seminars, film screenings to general discussions and other events. It provides just the right venue for student and their faculty gatherings. For more details, check website or call ahead.
The scent of towering pines and wildflowers is intoxicating in
the world's largest Ponderosa forest. Perched at a heavenly height of 7,150 feet above sea level, Flagstaff's Arboretum is home to 2,000 species of native plants. View "Live Birds ...
Sip a cup of brew at the coffee bar while
perusing your new or collectible treasure at this Sedona bookseller. Featuring modern first editions as well as those of the antiquarian breed, there is "bound" to be something for ...
Education takes a different point of view at Northern Arizona
University, silhouetted against Flagstaff's San Francisco Peaks. Surrounded by aspen and pine trees in four distinct seasons, students are challenged to better themselves both intellectually and physically through a ...