View the remains of a 50,000-year old meteor impact, which crashed with a force greater than 20 million tons of TNT ... More
View the remains of a 50,000-year old meteor impact, which crashed with a force greater than 20 million tons of TNT exploding. 550 feet deep and nearly 2 1/2 miles in circumference, its terrain is so similar to the moon that NASA used it as a training site for Apollo Astronauts. The visitor center features exhibits and multi-media presentations. A gift shop and snack bar are available onsite. Located 35 miles east of Flagstaff on Interstate-40. Admission is $10 for adults, $9 for seniors and $5 for children.
Sonesta ES Suites Flagstaff is located off of historic Route 66 near the Lowell Observatory, Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument
and the Grand Canyon National Park. The hotel features oversized suites, a business center, high speed internet access, great ...
Located north of Flagstaff near Wupatki National Monument, this volcano last erupted in 1065, scattering ash and black cinder for
miles around the area. Examine fascinating volcanic features such as squeeze ups and hornitos. Hike along one mile Lava ...
Romance spends much of her free time in Flagstaff, and you're sure to find her at this bed and breakfast.
The Victorian style home has a rich heritage of romantic elegance, seen best through antique furnishings and fresh flowers, ...