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Things to Do in Arizona

The Colorado River flows through the state’s most popular attraction – the Grand Canyon, a breathtaking national park and whitewater rafting site. To its north, find Page and Lake Powell. In the northwest corner, east of Las Vegas, are Lake Mead and Hoover Dam. In the central mountains, find Williams, Flagstaff and Sedona - a shopping and spiritual get-a-way. The Phoenix area - Scottsdale with its golf and spa resorts, Tempe and Mesa – offer numerous things to do. Explore the desert with cactus and wildlife. A trip’s not complete without a southwest-inspired meal at a local restaurant. Tombstone showcases the Old West, while mining heritage is featured at various sites. Visitors can stay at a dude ranch, a hotel or lodge.
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Grand Canyon Railway

233 North Grand Canyon Blvd.
Williams, Arizona
800-843-8724
Excursion Tickets
Arizona is known for its beautiful scenery. The 65-mile, two-hour and fifteen-minute journey to the canyon travels through high desert plains with endless vistas, small arroyos and portions of the world's largest ponderosa pine forest.

Passengers can choose from four classes of train service: coach, first, deluxe observation and luxury parlor. A Wild West shootout occurs at the historic 1908 Williams Depot, prior to departing from the station in route to the Grand Canyon Depot....
Hours & Admission
Day service: daily departures from Wiliams between 8:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. Hours Dinner train: September to mid-October, Saturday 1:45 p.m. to 9:45 p.m. Closed December 24 and 25. Admission.

Across Arizona Tours

3213 East Rosemonte Drive
Phoenix, Arizona
602-233-1813
Offering one and two-day van tours to popular attractions in Arizona:

• Grand Canyon and Navajo Indian Reservation - travel via Flagstaff to Camera Trading Post* on the Navajo Indian Reservation and then to Grand Canyon National Park* to discover more spectacular views at the Desert View Watchtower and from Grand Canyon Village with many historic structures. Option: helicopter tour (fee).

• Sedona, Jerome, and Montezuma Castle - see where members of the ancient Sinagua...
Hours & Admission
Varies by tour. Admission.

Amerind Foundation and Art Gallery

2100 North Amerind Road
Dragoon, Arizona
520-586-3666
Established in 1937, the foundation's museum of Native American archaeological and art history is devoted to the study, preservation, and interpretation of prehistoric and historic Native American cultures.

Housed in beautiful historic Spanish colonial revival-style buildings, the Amerind Museum contains one of the finest collections of Indian artifacts in the world. The art gallery features both Native and Anglo-American works....
Hours & Admission
Museum: Tuesday to Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Gallery: Tuesday to Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Closed major holidays. Admission.

Antelope Canyon Tours

22 South Lake Powell Blvd.
Page, Arizona
928-645-9102
The 1.5-hour guided, four-wheel drive trip to Antelope Canyon includes enough time in the canyon to explore or take photos. The 2.5-hour extended tour allows more time for professional photographers to take advantage of mid-day light in the canyon. Tours take place on reservation land of the Navajo Nation.
Hours & Admission
Daily. Admission.

Antelope Point Marina and Resort

Navajo Route 22B
Page, Arizona
928-608-4499
Situated on the southeast edge of Lake Powell*, the marina is one of two major marinas that offer houseboat rental and ancillary services such as repairs, launch, bait and tackle, restaurant, watersport and kayak rentals, and a marina store.

The National Park Service also offers a free, public boat ramp. Motorized watercraft pay a fee (annual or weekly permit) to utilize the lake....
Hours & Admission
Daily; extended hours during summer. Admission.

Apache Trail Tours

4650 North Mammoth Mine Road
Apache Junction, Arizona
480-982-7661
Reputed to be the only outfitter authorized to off-road in the Tonto National Forest and the Superstition Mountains, participants are in for a 4x4 experience of a lifetime. See where the Apache Indians took on settlers and the military. Learn about the Arizona Gold Rush, take a hike in the forest, pan for gold and then wrap up the day with a western dinner at sunset. Before the adventure is over, visitor will have learned about area history - sprinkled with a little folklore, plants and wildlife, and how to preserve natural resources.
Hours & Admission
6:00 a.m. to sunset. Admission.

Arboretum at Arizona State University (ASU)

215 East Seventh Street
Tempe, Arizona
480-965-0100
ASU's campus is the arboretum and reputed to be Arizona's largest public urban arboretum. Visitors are invited to explore the university by taking one of two trails or to make their way to Arboretum Park. The latter is home to native trees and shrubs, herbaceous plants and cacti.

The campus features plants from around the world. It is the official collection holder of edible date palms for North America and one of its oldest residents is an Arizona cypress planted in the early...
Hours & Admission
Daily, dawn to dusk. Free.

Arcadia Ice Arena

3853 East Thomas Road
Phoenix, Arizona
602-957-9966
Ice time is in high demand due to games and required practice sessions, however open skate times are available (but vary due to professional demands, shows and games) for public skating, pick-up hockey and lessons/classes for all ages.
Hours & Admission
Monday to Friday 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., Saturday 5:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. and Sunday 5:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Admission.

Arizona Biltmore

2400 East Missouri Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona
602-955-6600
Opened to great fanfare on February 23, 1929, the Arizona Biltmore was the original Arizona resort, setting the stage for the state to become a major tourist destination. For more than four decades, while it was owned and operated by the Wrigley family, an era of extravagance and cachet swept through the world-renowned facility, making it a preferred luxury oasis not only for celebrities but heads of state and captains of industry.

The distinctive Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired design...
Hours & Admission
24/7 Free.

Arizona Broadway Theatre

7701 West Paradise Lane
Peoria, Arizona
623-776-8400
The state-of-the-art professional dinner theater showcases locally and nationally acclaimed artists both onstage and behind the scenes.
Hours & Admission
Box office: Monday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Tuesday to Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Admission.
Information subject to change without notice.
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