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Best things to do in Flagstaff

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“The dramatic location of the buildings and their good state of preservation makes Walnut Canyon perhaps the most interesting of the NPS historical sites in Arizona to explore and is within 15-20 minutes of the guest suite. Cliff dwellings of the Sinagua Indians, built in alcoves in the sandstone walls of a deep, wooded canyon near Flagstaff. Toured by a short but steep trail or stay on top of the canyon for a flat beautiful rim walk. The park has a good visitor center with a small museum; the building is perched on the cliff edge and enjoys panoramic views east and west. Many of the ancient dwellings were built around a U-shaped meander in the canyon, where the creek circles around three sides of a high rocky plateau, almost creating an 'island', and this region now forms the central attraction of the national monument.”
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“Do not miss this important cultural and naturally gorgeous museum and grounds!”
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“he Arizona Historical Society Pioneer Museum, formerly the 1908 Coconino County Hospital for the Indigent, is dedicated to preserving and interpreting the history of Flagstaff and Northern Arizona. The museum features permanent and temporary exhibits exploring the historical development of the community and region.”
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“Full of history of the Native Americans and an excellent gift shop. Many special events offered during the summer.”
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“It represents over 150 years of Arizona military history, was constructed in 1929, named after General Alexander M. Tuthill, “the father of the Arizona National Guard”, and is considered one of the finest National Guard training facilities. The Museum Mission is to preserve and present the distinguished history and traditions of the 158th Infantry Regiment, 158th Regimental Combat Team, and current 1st Battalion 158th Infantry Arizona National Guard. Exhibits trace the history of the regiment from its organization in 1865 as the 1st Regiment Arizona Volunteers to 1967 retirement of the Regimental Colors and 2005 organization and Afghanistan deployment of 1st Battalion 158th Infantry. ”
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