Northeast Arizona Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Northeast Arizona - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell 9


Antelope Canyon 5

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area 1

Page 2

Wahweap 1

Navajo Nation East 8


Canyon de Chelly 1

Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site 2

Window Rock 5

The Hopi Mesas 6


First Mesa 1

Second Mesa 2

Third Mesa 3

Monument Valley 5


Kayenta 1

Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park 3

Navajo National Monument 1

Navajo Nation West 4


Tuba City 4

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Dam 1

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Information Center 2

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Mountain–Sight 1

Museum/ Gallery 7

Native American Site 5

Park (National/ State/ Provincial) 3

Store/ Shop/ Mall 4

Tour–Sight 5

Town/ Village 3

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Navajo Nation Fair

  • Fairground

Many all-Indian rodeos are held near the center of downtown at the fairgrounds. The community hosts the annual multiday Fourth of July...

Navajo Nation Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

Located on the grounds of the former Tse Bonito Park off AZ 264, this museum is devoted to the art, culture, and history of the Navajo...

Navajo National Monument

  • Native American Site

Two unoccupied 13th-century cliff pueblos, Betatakin and Keet Seel, stand under the overhanging cliffs of Tsegi Canyon. The largest ancient...

Painted Desert

  • Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

The junction of U.S. 160 with U.S. 89, 4 miles west of the Dinosaur Tracks, is one of the most colorful regions of the Painted Desert,...

Rainbow Bridge National Monument

  • Park (National/State/Provincial)

The 290-foot red-sandstone arch is the world's largest natural bridge; it can be reached by boat or strenuous hike and can also be viewed...

Second Mesa

  • Town/Village

The Mesas are the Hopi universe, and Second Mesa is the "Center of the Universe." Shungopavi, the largest and oldest village on Second...

Steamboat Rock

  • Geological Site

This immense, jutting peninsula of stone resembles an early steamboat, complete with a geologically formed waterline. At Steamboat Rock...

The Navajo Nation Zoological & Botanical Park

  • Zoo/Aquarium

Amid the sandstone monoliths on the border between Arizona and New Mexico, the Navajo Nation Zoological & Botanical Park displays...

Third Mesa

  • Town/Village

Third Mesa villages are known for their agricultural accomplishments, textile weaving, wicker baskets, silver overlay, and plaques. You'll...

Tuba City Trading Post

  • Store/Shop/Mall

The octagonal store, founded in the early 1870s, sells groceries and authentic, reasonably priced Navajo rugs, pottery, baskets, and...


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