Flagstaff Convention & Visitors Bureau
Flagstaff is located in the mountains of northern Arizona, and truly is a destination for all seasons. Depending on the time of year, your experience could include world-class alpine skiing, hundreds of miles of scenic hiking trails, outdoor summer festivals, magnificent Fall colors, or a gaze at the stars. In 2002, Flagstaff was named the world's FIRST Dark Sky City.
We are a charming, historic mountain community that offers the best of all worlds. After a day of exploring the Grand Canyon National Park (80 minutes away) or seven other national parks and monuments, enjoy a vibrant city at night. Enjoy one-of-a-kind local shops, art galleries, and restaurants. Named the "New Arizona Foodie Town" by PHOENIX magazine in January 2018, your culinary experiences can include everything from Route 66 diners to a four-star, elevated dinner. Also named Arizona's "Craft Beer Town", Flagstaff welcomes you to taste your way through eight local craft breweries (Or, ask about our Brewery Tour).
For the history buffs, Flagstaff has more miles of Route 66 than any other town in the USA. Drive back in time to authentic roadside diners and motels, while enjoying a piece of Americana. 2018 also kicks off our celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Beginning July 20, 2018 through December 2019, visitors will be able to walk in the footsteps of the NASA astronauts who trained in the Flagstaff area. Join us for the Lunar Legacy celebrations, suggested itineraries, and activities.
Don't miss the chance to stay in Flagstaff for a few days while visiting all of Northern Arizona.