This place offers a wide arrange of gifts, from Native American art to T-shirt souvenirs. Located in the Historical District, ... More
This place offers a wide arrange of gifts, from Native American art to T-shirt souvenirs. Located in the Historical District, the shop first opened its doors in 1906 and is still operated by the Verkamp family. Its founder, John Verkamp, first attempted selling curios and Indian crafts in 1898 from a tent he rented from the Bright Angel Lodge. The first time around, he only stayed in business for a few weeks, but returned a few years later and established the family business that continues to serve Canyon visitors today.
If you plan to take your family pet along on your visit to the Grand Canyon, it will be difficult
to find a hotel that allows animals. Here, your pet will be welcome, provided it weighs less than 35 ...
South Rim's Grand Canyon Village is the hub of activity for canyon visitors. A variety of accommodations, from historical landmarks,
quaint cabins, modern facilities or camping and hookups for RVs, are available. Museums, gift shops, restaurants, mule rides, train ...
Registered as an Historical Landmark, this rustic lodge and cabins was designed by architect Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter in the
mid 1930s. The lodge offers a wide range of affordable accommodation, as well as restaurants, a gift shop, a ...