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 7


Antelope Canyon 4

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area 1

Page 1

Wahweap 1

Navajo Nation East 7


Canyon de Chelly 1

Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site 2

Window Rock 4

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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Canyon 2

Dam 1

Fairground 1

Geological Site 2

Historic District/ Site 1

Information Center 2

Local Interest–Sight 1

Memorial/ Monument/ Tomb 1

Mountain–Sight 1

Museum/ Gallery 6

Native American Site 5

Park (National/ State/ Provincial) 3

Store/ Shop/ Mall 3

Tour–Sight 4

Town/ Village 3

Viewpoint/ Scenic Overlook 1

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Ancient Pathways Tours

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A knowledgeable guide and member of a Hopi clan from Old Oraibi, Bertram "Tsaava" Tsavadawa leads one-, three-, and six-hour tours of...

Antelope Canyon

  • Canyon

You've probably seen dozens of photographs of Antelope Canyon, a narrow, red-sandstone slot canyon with convoluted corkscrew formations,...

Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours

  • Tour–Sight

One-hour sightseeing tours (from $33) and two-hour photography tours ($80) are available at Antelope Canyon. The canyon's $8 admission...

Antelope Canyon Tours

  • Tour–Sight

For sightseers and photographers, there are several tours daily, from 8 am to 4:30 pm. Sightseeing tours run 90 minutes and cost $40...

Chuska Mountains

  • Mountain–Sight

To the north of Tsaile are the impressive Chuska Mountains, covered with sprawling stands of ponderosa pine. There are no established...

Coal Canyon

  • Canyon

Beyond Hotevilla, AZ 264 descends from Third Mesa, exits the Hopi Reservation, and crosses into Navajo territory, past Coal Canyon, where...

Dinosaur Tracks

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

About 5½ miles west of Tuba City, between mileposts 316 and 317 on U.S. 160, is a small sign for the Dinosaur Tracks. It's free to see...

Explore Navajo Interactive Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

The tribe operates this enlightening 7,000-square-foot museum, which is set inside a geodesic dome–shape structure that is meant to...

First Mesa

  • Town/Village

First Mesa villages are renowned for their polychrome pottery and kachina-doll carvings. The older Hopi villages have structures built...

Four Corners Monument

  • Memorial/Monument/Tomb

An inlaid brass plaque marks the only point in the United States where four states meet: Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah. Despite...