Landmarks in Flagstaff

It's not just the scenery that makes Flagstaff such a traveler destination. The landmarks are are permanent historical treasures in and around this mountain town. Visit Montezuma Castle, a significant ruin built by the Sinagua Indians and located between Flagstaff and Phoenix. Tour Riordan Mansion, bordering Northern Arizona University and rumored to have ghost sightings, and dare to sleep at the downtown Monte Vista (said to be a haunted old hotel) all in one day! These are the spots refrigerator magnets were made for.

Historic Downtown Flagstaff

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One East Route 66
(Flagstaff Visitor Center)

Explore Flagstaff's historic buildings and Route 66 heritage...
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Riordan Mansion State Historic Park

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409 W. Riordan Rd
(Off South Milton Road at Bookmans Plaza)

Tour Flagstaff's historic Arts & Crafts mansion...
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Monte Vista Lounge

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Ghosts, cocktails and nostalgia...
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Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site

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State Route 264
(1/2 mile west of Ganado)

Trade today for yesterday...
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The Hotel Weatherford

23 N. Leroux Street

Turn-of-the-century hotel in historic downtown Flagstaff...
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The Hotel Monte Vista and Cocktail Lounge

100 N. San Francisco St.

Ghosts, cocktails, and nostalgic accommodations...
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Weatherford Hotel

23 N Leroux St

One of Flagstaff's most historic buildings...
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