Northeast Arizona

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

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  • 1. Antelope Canyon


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

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  • 2. Explore Navajo Interactive Museum


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

  • 3. First Mesa


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

  • 4. Glen Canyon Dam National Recreation Area


    Once you leave the Page business district heading northwest, the Glen Canyon Dam National Recreation Area and Lake Powell behind it immediately...Read More

  • 5. Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site

    Historic District/Site

    John Lorenzo Hubbell, a merchant and friend of the Navajo, established this trading post in 1876. Hubbell taught, translated letters, settled...Read More

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  • 6. Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

    Native American Site

    For generations, the Navajo have grown crops and herded sheep in Monument Valley, considered to be one of the most scenic and mesmerizing...Read More

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  • 7. 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...Read More

  • 8. Ancient Pathways Tours


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

  • 9. Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours


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

  • 10. Antelope Canyon Tours


    For sightseers and photographers, there are several tours daily, from 8 am to 4:30 pm. Sightseeing tours run 90 minutes and cost $40 to $50...Read More

  • 11. Chuska Mountains


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

  • 12. Coal Canyon


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

  • 13. 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 these...Read More

  • 14. Four Corners Monument


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

  • 15. Hopi Cultural Center


    Here you can stop for the night, learn about the people and their communities, and eat authentic Hopi cuisine. The center's museum is dedicated...Read More

  • 16. John Wesley Powell Memorial Museum


    At the corner of North Navajo Drive and Lake Powell Boulevard is the John Wesley Powell Memorial Museum, whose namesake led the first known...Read More

  • 17. John Wesley Powell Memorial Museum


    The visitor center in the museum will help you set up 1½-hour tours and 2½-hour photography tours, which leave at different times throughout...Read More

  • 18. Monument Valley Visitor Center


    The handsome center contains an extensive crafts shop and exhibits devoted to ancient and modern Native American history, including a display...Read More

  • 19. Navajo Cultural Center of Kayenta


    Take a self-guided walking tour through the the Navajo Cultural Center of Kayenta, which includes the small Shadehouse Museum and a 2-acre outdoor...Read More

  • 20. Navajo Nation Council Chambers

    Native American Site

    The murals on the walls of this handsome structure, built to resemble a large ceremonial hogan, depict scenes from the history of the tribe...Read More

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