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. Canyon de Chelly


    Home to Ancestral Pueblo from AD 350 to 1300, the nearly 84,000-acre Canyon de Chelly (pronounced d' shay ) is one of the most spectacular natural...Read More

  • 2. Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site

    Historic District/Site

    Merchant John Lorenzo Hubbell established this trading post in 1876. In addition to trading goods, Hubbell taught, translated letters, settled...Read More

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  • 3. Navajo National Monument


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

  • 4. Dinosaur Tracks


    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

  • 5. 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

  • 6. Navajo Cultural Center of Kayenta


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

  • 7. Navajo Nation Museum


    Devoted to the art, culture, and history of the Navajo people, this museum also has an excellent library on the Navajo Nation. Each season brings...Read More

  • 8. Painted Desert


    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, with...Read More

  • 9. Powell Museum


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

  • 10. Rainbow Bridge National Monument

    Nature Sight

    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 by...Read More

  • 11. The Navajo Nation Zoological and Botanical Park


    Amid the sandstone monoliths on the border between Arizona and New Mexico, the Navajo Nation Zoological and Botanical Park displays about 50...Read More

  • 12. Tuba City Trading Post


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

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