Flagstaff Arizona Events
Flagstaff Oktoberfest is entering its 11th year, bidding farewell to summer and kicking off the fall season with a festival of beer, food, music and fun in the heart of Flagstaff.
Hampton Inn & Suites Flagstaff has a modified interior with a fully equipped gym, a full-service bar and a fitness centre. Holiday Inn Express FlagStaff features an all-inclusive gym, fully equipped with fitness rooms and exercise equipment. La Quinta Inn & SuitesFlagstaff is located on the second floor of the hotel, just off Interstate 10 in downtown Flagfield.
All the facilities for hosting a wedding, including decor, accommodations and more. The Museum of Northern Arizona has plans to lease three facilities in Flagstaff for weddings and other special events such as weddings, funerals and events.
The website serves as an excellent source of information about local attractions, and the museum contains information about Flagstaff's history and its history as a tourist destination. A self-guided tour of the historic courthouse is available at the Visitor Center and includes a variety of fascinating historical sites, including the Old Town Court, the Grand Canyon and many more.
Flagstaff is surrounded by beautiful landscapes and natural wonders, including the Grand Canyon, Navajo Nation and Great Basin National Park. Here in Page there are a variety of local restaurants, bars, shops, restaurants and other shops, and Holbrook is easily accessible by car.
For example, you can visit archaeological sites, learn about the culture of the Wupatki in northern Sinagua, hike in the Verde Valley near Sedona, explore the volcanic cinder cones of Sunset Crater, visit the ancient tropical forests of the petrified forest, and of course enjoy the splendor of the Grand Canyon.
If you're looking for good entertainment and want to relax under the hot sun in summer 2019, come to Flagstaff and enjoy a festival. Take a short road trip north and greet the cool pine trees of Flagstaff to make your weekend getaway unforgettable.
The kilometres of lava tubes and caves were formed by molten rock from a volcanic vent that erupted from nearby Hart Prairie. You can do a one hour hike, and the path leads you up a staircase of petrified lava.
The area offers some of the most scenic rides in the state, with a history of a culture that once lived here and still lives there. Flagstaff visitors can hike, cycle, camp, ride and mountain bike along a variety of trails.
The Flagstaff Farmers Market takes place every Sunday in summer and ends on the third Sunday in October. The Arboretum Pumpkin Hiking and Autumn Festival takes place every Saturday from October 1 to November 5 from 9.30 a.m. to 12 noon. The Flagstaff Star Party is held on the last Sunday of the month at the Arizona Museum of Natural History from 6: 00 p.m. to 8: 15 p.m.
This new Flagstaff tradition, presented at the Weatherford Hotel, has gained traction over the years and is very, very popular. The festival also features live music, food trucks, beer, wine and gluten-free food. Flagford - The Flagstaff Blues & Brews Festival is energetic from start to finish and lasts just one day.
This year's artists include the Anahata Tribe's Belly Dance, the Phoenix Symphony Orchestra and the Flagstaff Symphony. In the Mountains - Featuring the Flagstaff Master Choir, this festival also features a variety of Christmas music by local and national artists, as well as special guest performances by local musicians. The Miss Phoenix Pride 2018 show will entertain you with live music, dance performances, food trucks, vendors and more.
Fort Tuthill County Park in Flagstaff inspires people to explore the world by bike or car. Flagford E-Bike Tours offers educational, adventure and service tours that educate about the benefits of cycling, cycling, hiking, mountain biking and other outdoor activities. Tours allow you to see the outdoor areas of Flagstaff while cycling up to 7,000 feet.
Make Flagstaff in the Shade is a great venue with the Pepsi Amphitheater, which is why readers of the Arizona Daily Sun voted it the "Best Festival" of 2017.
The courthouse, built in 1898, serves as a visitor center, approved by the Arizona Department of Tourism. The Riordan Mansion offers fully equipped guided tours on Thursday and Monday from 11 am to 4 pm.
History buffs can explore historic buildings and shops along Route 66, which are teeming with memorabilia. The Coconino National Forest features landscapes ranging from the famous red rocks of Sedona to the Ponderosa pines of Flagstaff, with scenic views of the Grand Canyon and Navajo Nation. This consists of some of Flagstaff's most popular urban hiking trails, which offer hiking, biking, mountain biking and hiking trails all of this and more.