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ARIZONA travel stories

Take a behind the scenes look at some of Arizona’s best attractions and activities. You’ll be inspired to make Arizona your next vacation destination.

Verde Canyon Railroad - Open Air Cars

So Much to See and Do in the Verde Valley!

Setting up “home base” in Arizona’s centrally-located Verde Valley brings you close to a great variety of fun and educational activities as well as amazing landscapes.
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Meteor Crater Arizona Winslow

Meet Me at Meteor Crater!

It takes your breath, standing at the edge of this colossal bowl-shaped basin, 550 feet deep, carved into the high desert of Arizona.
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Grand Canyon Railway - Snake Through Trees

Classic Route 66 Fun in Williams Arizona

Route 66 is alive and well in Williams, Arizona. What an adorable town! We had such fun there, staying an extra night at Grand Canyon Railway Hotel after our train ride, so we could soak up the small town vintage ambience and its classic Route 66 style.
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Grand Canyon - The Hidden Secrets IMAX Inside

Experience The Grand Canyon And Its “Hidden Secrets” On A Giant 6-Story High Screen!

The National Geographic Visitor Center is home to the World’s most watched IMAX® film ever. Grand Canyon – The Hidden Secrets, a spectacular 34 minute film, explores the innermost depths of Grand Canyon, taking viewers to places they could never go all through the startling immersive reality of IMAX®.
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Meteor Crater | Arizona Attractions

Bucket List Item: A Visit to Meteor Crater in Arizona

Arizona is home to one of the largest natural landmarks in the world—and no, we’re not talking about the Grand Canyon! Located just 20 miles west of Winslow and 35 miles east of Flagstaff in northern Arizona, Meteor Crater houses the best preserved meteorite impact site on earth.
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Grand Canyon Caverns Hotel | Arizona Attractions

Grand Canyon Caverns is a Destination

In its infancy the caverns, like the Route 66 highway itself, provided the tourist with opportunity for raw adventure. Walter Peck, discoverer of the caverns, provided access to the scenic wonders down below with a bucket, a winch, and a rope, a device derisively dubbed dope on a rope.
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