Open for General Admission!
As of Jan. 31, Lowell Observatory has reopened General Admission.
1400 West Mars Hill RdFlagstaff AZ, 86001
Infinite Wonders Await!
Help us create experiences of awe and wonder with the Astronomy Discovery Center, opening by 2024.
Wyndham Flagstaff Resort
Wyndham Flagstaff Resort has been awarded the RCI Gold Crown consecutively for 20 years, and is a premiere luxury timeshare resort that also offers rentals.
Little America Hotel
The Little America Hotel, Flagstaff’s only AAA-approved Four Diamond hotel, offers a rich tradition of hospitality and comfort. The land and native culture inspire the design and décor in every room.
The Days Hotel Flagstaff near Northern Arizona University offers newly remodeled accommodations, an indoor pool and Jacuzzi, male and female saunas, and a gym on site.
Embassy Suites is located next to Northern Arizona University and within a mile of historic downtown Flagstaff. Amenities include a seasonal outdoor pool, whirlpool, and fitness center. Enjoy daily free made-to-order breakfast and an evening reception.
Comfort Inn Lucky Lane Flagstaff is a pet-friendly vacation retreat where you can wake up to complimentary deluxe continental breakfast, enjoy a heated indoor pool or hot tub, unwind in the steam room, or get energized in the fitness center.
The DoubleTree hotel is located off of Historic Route 66, surrounded by local shops and bites. Enjoy a seasonal outdoor pool, a whirlpool spa with picture-perfect views, and a 24-hour fitness center.
Courtyard Flagstaff is convenient to the airport, I-17 and I-40, walking distance to Northern Arizona University, and moments from Lowell Observatory. Bring your four-legged friends along: It’s one of the most convenient pet-friendly hotels in Flagstaff!
Museum of Northern Arizona
The Museum of Northern Arizona was founded in 1928 by a group of Flagstaff citizens to protect and preserve the natural and cultural heritage of northern Arizona through research, collections, conservation, and education.
Riordan Mansion State Park
The Riordan brothers moved to Flagstaff in the 1880s, and were owners of the Arizona Lumber and Timber Company. The Riordans recruited scientific institutions, such as Lowell Observatory, that continue to benefit Flagstaff residents today.
Just like Lowell, Flagstaff’s 50,000-year-old Meteor Crater has deep ties to NASA and its long history of space exploration. In the 1960s, NASA astronauts preparing for the first moon landing explored the crater’s unique terrain to help them train for what they could expect in space.
Karma Sushi Bar & Grill
When you’re in the mood for sushi, nothing else will do! Karma provides a beautiful and unique dining experience that’s perfect for groups and families. Their menu offers a wide selection of delicious Flagstaff-inspired sushi rolls and beverages, all made with the finest high-quality ingredients.
Enjoy adventure courses and zip lines at Flagstaff Extreme for a safe, fun, physical and unique outdoor experience in the trees. Enjoy multiple large circuits with obstacles ranging from rope swings, scrambling walls, hanging nets, wobbly bridges and suspended “surprises.”
Theatrikos Theatre Company
Stars and planets aren’t the only show to see in Flagstaff! Located in the historic Doris Harper-White Playhouse in downtown Flagstaff, the Theatrikos Theatre Company cycles through six different mainstage shows per year, including musicals, comedies, and dramas both new and old.
Mother Road Brewing Company
Located on a lost piece of historic Route 66, Mother Road Brewing Company’s craft beers are packed with the spirit of adventure—not to mention flavor! Visit their taproom to enjoy their rotating selection of seasonal beers.
The Arizona Snowbowl ski resort is located on the San Francisco Peaks with an elevation of 11,500 ft. at the top of the highest chair lift. Plan your ski trip during winter months or enjoy incredible views of the Grand Canyon State from the new Arizona Gondola in warmer months.
Experiences at Lowell
Infinite wonders await at Lowell Observatory. Explore our experiences now — explore the universe.