Grand Canyon National Park Sights

Grand Canyon Lodge

  • 10 Albright St. Map It
  • Grand Canyon National Park
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Built in 1937 by the Union Pacific Railroad (replacing the original 1928 building, which burned in a fire), this massive stone structure is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Its huge sunroom has hardwood floors, high-beam ceilings, and a marvelous view of the canyon through plate-glass windows. On warm days, visitors sit in the sun and drink in the surrounding beauty on an outdoor viewing deck, where National Park Service employees deliver free lectures on geology and history. The dining room serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner; the Roughrider Saloon is a bar by night and a coffeeshop in the morning.

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10 Albright St., off Hwy. 67 near Bright Angel Point, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, 86023, USA

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