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Arizona Quick Facts

Uniquely Arizona: Canyon de Chelly National Monument
Must-See: The Grand Canyon
Most Unusual: Grand Canyon Skywalk
Highest Point: Humphreys Peak, 12,633 feet
Food to Try: Homemade Tortillas and Salsa

What to Do In Arizona:

1 Go skiing in Flagstaff during the winter

2 See some of the amazing species of desert plants and animals at Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument and Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge

3 Explore one of Arizona's Ghost Towns

4 Enjoy a relaxing vacation in beautiful Sedona

5 Learn about Arizona's many different Native Cultures

6 Hike through the Grand Canyon and many other National Parks in Arizona

Fun and Funky Things to Do | Arizona

Arizona is a state with amazing natural wonders, the Grand Canyon, deserts and much more. The weather is good throughout the year, and is an excellent winter destination. If you are spending some time in Arizona and want to see a few funky, fun attractions here are a few you may or may not have heard about.

Bedrock City, Valle

For Flintstones fans a visit to Bedrock City will be a lot of fun. This recreation of the Flintstones home city is a lot of fun, and its open year-round. Within Bedrock City there are plenty of sights to see and even things to do. Visitors can watch Flintstones cartoons at the Bedrock Theater, or take the Fredmobile tram and much more.

O.K. Corral, Tombstone
The town of Tombstone is filled with great western adventures for visitors. Visitors can see reenactments of the gunfight between Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, Virgil and Morgan Earp. There are life-size figures of the gunfighters on the same spot that the fight actually took place. Visitors can also learn all about the history of the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral.

The London Bridge, Lake Havasu City
Visitors to Lake Havasu City should make sure to cross the London Bridge. The London Bridge in Arizona is the real London Bridge from London, England. The bridge was purchased by an American businessman, Robert P. McCulloch. After he purchased the bridge it was taken apart and then reassembled in Lake Havasu City. Visitors should take a stroll across the bridge and enjoy the little bit of London in Arizona.

Petrified Forest National Park
Arizona has excellent examples of some of the ancient history the Americas. One place to learn about this and see it in person is at Petrified Forest National Park. This park has an amazing concentration of petrified wood, giving visitors the chance to envision the forests that once covered the land. The park also has beautiful scenery, archeological sites and a collection of fossils.

Grand Canyon Skywalk

On the west rim of the Grand Canyon visitors to Arizona can actually walk out over the rim of the canyon and look down into the canyon. The Grand Canyon Skywalk is a huge U shaped structure that extends out over the Canyon. The entire bottom is glass, so visitors can literally stand out over the canyon and see down to the bottom. The Grand Canyon Skywalk is a great place to experience the splendor of the Grand Canyon in a truly unique way.

Off The Beaten Path | Arizona

Arizona is an amazing destination. There are places throughout the state for visitors to explore. There are beautiful state and national parks, as well as gardens, historic towns and more. Here are just a few of the amazing attractions the state has to offer.

Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Chinle
The Canyon de Chelly National Monument is one of Arizona's true gems.Visitors will discover a vast amount of information about the landscape that has been one of the longest continually inhabited in North America. The monument preserves rock art, artifacts, architecture and much more. Canyon de Chelly also has a living community of Navajo people.

Saguaro National Park, Tucson
Saguaro National Park is dedicated to the preservation of the stunning Saguaro cactus. The amazing, towering cactus only grows in a select part of the world. Visitors to the Saguaro National Park will have the opportunity to see much more than just the Saguaro. There are guided programs and many opportunities for recreation within the park. Saguaro National Park is an especially good location for wilderness hiking.

Apache Trail Historic Road

For those adventurous visitors to Arizona, the Apache Trail Historic Road is a great expedition. This byway passes through some of Arizona's amazing and rugged landscape. Travelers will pass through the Four Peaks Wilderness Area, and the Superstition Wilderness Area. Within these wilderness areas, visitors will find all sorts of stunning natural features, including rock outcroppings and formations.

Taliesin West, Scottsdale
This masterpiece was built as the personal winter home of Frank Lloyd Wright. Located outside of Scottsdale, Taliesin West is a destination not to be missed. Visitors can take a variety of tours around the home. The home truly exhibits the amazing architectural skill of Frank Lloyd Wright, the home does a spectacular job at integrating the home with the surrounding Sonoran desert, and integrating the indoor and outdoor spaces.

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson
Visitors to the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum will find that it is much more than a museum, it is also a zoo, a botanical garden and a natural history museum. The entire attraction is dedicated to desert wildlife. Exhibits that visitors will enjoy include the desert garden, ancient Arizona exhibit, cactus gardens, lizards, javalinas, bighorn sheep, tortoises and much more. The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum provides an amazing opportunity to learn about the natural flora and fauna of the region.

Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix
For all those Arizona travelers interested in the plants of the desert, the Desert Botanical Garden is a must see destination. This garden showcases all of the different plants of the desert. Visitors to the botanical garden have a variety of options for exploring the exhibits, including individual and group tours, visitors can even enjoy a flashlight tour of the gardens at night.

Pima Air & Space Museum, Tucson
This museum is one of the largest air and space museums in the world. Visitors to the museum have the opportunity to see over 300 aircraft and spacecraft too. Some of the aircraft are significant, and the museum also has some of the most technically advanced aircraft. Visitors to this museum will enjoy an amazing experience learning about all of the different air and spacecraft at the museum.


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