Many Flagstaff hotels have family-friendly options and facilities such as swimming pools and kid-friendly menus, but when your children tire of these novelties, take them to the spot…a Child’s Museum. The spot… is the first children’s museum in Northern Arizona and it has been educating and entertaining kids ever since.
Halloween is just around the corner, but you don't have to wait until the big day to get into the spooky spirit. If you are staying in any of the Flagstaff hotels between mid-September and the end of October, take the opportunity to take a haunted tour downtown.
If you are looking for an exciting and challenging afternoon with your family or a group of friends, head out from your hotel in Flagstaff and check out Flagstaff Extreme in the historic Fort Tuthill County Park.
Flagstaff Extreme Adventure Course is an outdoor obstacle course set in the tops of trees in beautiful Flagstaff, Arizona. Visitors are invited to work their way through scramble nets, suspended bridges, rope swings and other surprises suspended in the air by ropes and cables.
It may be surprising to find out there are real waterfalls in Arizona, but the Grand Falls of the Little Colorado River are actually some of the biggest falls in the United States. The Grand Falls are taller than Niagara Falls at 185 feet, but the water is generally very muddy and almost looks like chocolate running over cliffs during certain times of the year.
The Flagstaff Symphony Orbhestra presents "Viva Verdi" a collaboration with soloists Deborah Raymond, Ricardo Pereira, the Master Chorale of Flagstaff and the NAU Shrine of the Ages Choir. The events takes place at the Ardrey Memorial Auditorium located about 10 minutes from your Flagstaff hotel. This event is a must for all of you classical music fans and if anything it's a really good excuse to get all sassy and dapper.