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Explore the City of Seven Wonders on a Bus Charter in Flagstaff, Arizona

Flagstaff, Arizona

Flagstaff is home to around 69,000 people and is located in Northern Arizona. Get on a bus charter in Flagstaff, Arizona and explore the city's many attractions today.

A bus charter in Flagstaff, Arizona can take you to these places:

Arts & Culture

The Flagstaff Arts Council has several art exhibits, performances and events that you could enjoy. These events are held at the Coconino Center for the Arts, with its theater that could accommodate 200 people and a pair of gallery spaces. Then visit the Theatrikos Theatre Company as they perform their main stage and smaller productions.

You should also see the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra perform at the Ardrey Memorial Auditorium as they give you live symphonic concerts. Then head out to the Museum of Northern Arizona, where you could see exhibits related to fine art, geology, biology, and anthropology. The museum hosts different festivals on the Latino, Hopi, Zunie and Navajo culture and arts.

Restaurants & Shopping

Buy some of the best brews in the city at Arizona High Spirits, or enjoy the region's only enclosed shopping mall, Flagstaff Mall. Then you have Mountain Top honey Co., where you could buy the best honey in the city and the Winter Sun Trading Co., where you could buy Native American jewelry, art, dolls, and other merchandise.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Golf courses you can go to in Flagstaff include the award winning Forest Highlands Golf Club and the Pine Canyon Club. You also have the Aspen Valley Golf Club, Continental Country Club, and Flagstaff Ranch Golf Club.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Check out the Pioneer Museum of the Arizona Historical Society. Located inside a 1908 county hospital, the museum displays artifacts that relate to the history of the city and the rest of the northern Arizona region. There are historic buildings and objects that you could see here and you could also enjoy the living history demonstrations, festivals and events.

Then visit the Riordan Mansion, a fine example of a house with arts and crafts architecture. You should also visit the Elden Pueblo Heritage Site, where you have a multi-room pueblo where the prehistoric Sinagua tribe lives.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Check out the Arboretum at Flagstaff, where you go up 7,150 feet above sea level and see the plants that thrive in the area. There are around 750 species of plants here.

One of the unique things you can do here is to take the chairlift ride to the Arizona Snowbowl, where you can see the rest of northern Arizona at 11,500 feet above sea level. There are interpretative talks, disc golf course and a restaurant here as well.

As you can guess, the city attracts outdoor lovers. And this is the reason why the city maintains a wide network of trails, including the Flagstaff Urban Trails System, which you can go on for a fun hike, run, or biking time. There is also more than 679 acres of park lands in the city, including Buffalo Park, Wheeler Park and Thorpe Park.

Other Points of Interest

Check out the Lowell Observatory where you can see the stars, the planets and even peer through the solar telescope.

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