Responses provided by Cherri Lamont of the Flagstaff CVB
Why is Flagstaff such a great place for groups?
Flagstaff is the heart of Northern Arizona, with endless outdoor adventures, four seasons of activities, restaurants with exceptional group dining options, Historic Route 66, a classic downtown, award-winning museums and Native American culture.
What are some of the most unique places in your area?
The Lowell Observatory, Sunset Crater National Monument and Flagstaff Extreme
What are a couple of popular attractions you recommend?
The Museum of Northern Arizona, the Riordan Mansion
If I have friends visiting from out of town, I always take them to …
The Lowell Observatory. Since 1894, it has been one of the most prestigious observatories in the U.S., and with Flagstaff designated as the first International Dark Sky City, there’s no better place for stargazing.
What advice would help a tour operator package your area?
A three-night stay is ideal. Flagstaff offers dining/shopping/live music options and is great for a hub-and-spoke stay. Groups can seek out our 7 Wonders, a group of seven attractions within 80 minutes of downtown that includes Grand Canyon National Park.
Top photo: Hopi dancer at the Museum of Northern Arizona
Photo by Flagstaff CVB