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Nestled into the canyon's edge at Bright Angel Lodge , this facility blends into the landscape, as it provides panoramic ... More
Nestled into the canyon's edge at Bright Angel Lodge , this facility blends into the landscape, as it provides panoramic views and endless photo opportunities. Designed by architect Mary Colter, it opened around 1914, and was a place where early visitors could warm themselves by the fireplace, shop for postcards and use a telescope to view the surrounding area. Today it continues to offer visitors a bird's eye view of the majestic landscape and a place to shop for rock and fossil specimens, souvenirs, photography artwork and books.
We are family loved the Grand Canyon and thats why i took this Picture and set it as public to veiw , i see coments on here but no comment on the origin (mine)click the link on the photo to comment there also please
i could have spent the whole day looking at all the items in the store and really enjoyed the employees willingness and explanations of how certain items were made and how long it took to make some of them . thanks it made the trip even greater!!!!!!!!!!! Jes Salmons
It was a little crowded, but once you overcame that, it was a great experience. There was so much to look at. We are traveling and have to fly back home, so there were a lot of items we wanted we were afraid to buy and try and pack in our suits cases. We could have spent the entire day there. The staff was polite and friendly.
I too could have stayed all day in the store, The view from the top was unbelieveable. It was a great beginning to my tour of the grand canyon. The shop I still think about items I wished I had gotten, and now I am going to call and find out if they could ship things to me. Love it. Thanks.
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