201 West University Drive Building 37, North end of the Performing Arts Building, NAU Campus Flagstaff, AZ 86001 +1 928 523 3781
There is a lot of cultural events that take place at the Studio Theater located on the NAU campus. You can sit down and watch some comic, romantic or a thriller play. The theater also showcases concerts that sound good in the acoustic setting. You can enjoy some of the best quality second stage productions exhibited by theater geniuses. The conservatory setting reveals the raw talent of students and established artists who generate sophisticated performances. Call ahead for any further details.
McCreary Drive & Osborne Drive Northern Arizona University Flagstaff, AZ 86011 +1 928 523 4313
The Northern Arizona University offers open recreational facilities to the students called Fieldhouse. Two basketball courts, two tennis courts and 1/8th mile track is included in the venue. Always striving to provide cultural, social, leisure and recreational opportunities, the union with support of students offers learning opportunity in areas of sports. The Fieldhouse also offers food services. Prochnow Auditorium, a 940-seat venue used for movies, concerts and special events, is located close to Fieldhouse.
E Pine Knoll Drive & S Huffer Lane Northern Arizona University Flagstaff, AZ 86011 +1 928 523 4227
The Rolle Activity Center is the main sports center of North Arizona University. The center plays host to the annual Fiesta Bowl Volleyball Tournament. Build in 1972 primarily for team practices, the sports venue also has a gymnasium and holds sporting events year-round. The Fiesta Bowl Volleyball Tournament starts in September, call beforehand to know the details.
S Knoles Drive and W Riordan Road Flagstaff, AZ 86001 +1 928 523 3471
While Old Main features mainly artists from out of town, the other university gallery showcases pieces created by its art students, most of which must be considered experimental. The artwork on display is not for sale. Located in the Performance and Fine Arts Building, Beasley presents works of graduates in exhibits that change weekly. Also, there are annual juried faculty exhibits and biennial Bachelor of Fine Arts exhibits. Admission is free.
Knoles Drive & McMullen Northern Arizona University Flagstaff, AZ 86011 +1 928 523 3471
This bright and spacious art space on the northwest corner of the Northern Arizona University campus features paintings, sculpture, prints and ceramics by local, regional and national artists. Supplemented by guest artist lectures, workshops and demonstrations year-round, the collection includes works by Diego Rivera as well as turn-of-the-century furniture.
1300 Riordan Ranch St (Off South Milton Road at Bookmans Plaza) Flagstaff, AZ 86001 +1 928 779 4395
Lumber barons Timothy and Michael Riordan had this 40-room mansion constructed in 1904 to house their families. What's most interesting about the structure is that the two sides are mirror images, with a huge common area in the center, to provide each family with identical private quarters and a shared living space. The park also includes picnic grounds and a visitors center with exhibits. Guided tours of the mansion and grounds are held at regular times throughout the day.
201 West University Drive Flagstaff, AZ 86001 +1 928 523 9011
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 colorful array of classes and activities. Founded in 1899, NAU lays the groundwork for liberal arts education with opportunities to prepare for a number of specialized professions. Today, nearly 20,000 students embrace the future with their choice of 100 baccalaureate, 40 masters', and eight doctoral degrees. An events calendar covers athletics, music, art and more. The cultural scene at the University is kept active by various plays, dramas and concerts held at the Studio Theatre in Performing Arts Building (building 37). The Cline Assembly Hall in the Cline Library is also frequently used for ceremonies, lectures and talks.
Fairgrounds Road off Arizona 89A Flagstaff, AZ 86001 +1 928 774 3464
Fort Tuthill Museum is housed in one of Fort Tuthill's original buildings and presents the history of the 158th Infantry Regiment. The building presents the appearance of a Regimental Headquarters Building of the 1940s and houses several exhibitions, including a vast array of memorabilia celebrating over 100 years of Arizona military history. Some exhibits include the story of the 1st Arizona Volunteers, the 1895 Spanish American War, the 1916 Mexican Border War, World War I, the Alamo Scouts, and a diorama of Fort Tuthill in 1934. The volunteer staff are very knowledgeable, answering questions and providing guided tours. With admission at only $3, with children and military personnel free, this makes a great historical location to visit any time. The museum hours are seasonal. -Herman Sims
1400 Mars Hill Rd Flagstaff, AZ 86001 +1 928 774 3358
Wish on a star from the same observatory where the planet Pluto was discovered in 1930. Listen to the voices of your hosts as they guide you through the galaxy and its wonders. Daytime and evening tours are available year-round. Check the Web site or call ahead for event dates and times. Night tours vary by season and weather.
1824 South Thompson Street Flagstaff, AZ 86001 +1 928 774 3464
Located in the south of Flagstaff, the Fort Tuthill County Park, is home to Coconino County Fair and Coconino County Horse Races. There are five important areas namely the Amphitheater, Coconino County Fairgrounds, The Grandstands Race Tracks and Posse Arena to enjoy at the park. The area is bustling during summer with variety of special events such as camping and picnicking. You can also book picnic areas for private parties, family get-togethers and overnight camping.
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Education takes a different point of view at Northern Arizona
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