Let the Grand Canyon Fill You With Awe, Grand Canyon Travel Guide to Grand Canyon Museums and Historical Sites
- By Kevin
- On Jul 3, 2017
- North America
- Travel Tips
Grand Canyon travel guide to Grand Canyon museums and historical sites from Globerouter.com website. Start your adventure with us and get the full Grand Canyon experience. The Grand Canyon National Geographic Visitor Center is home to everything you need to get the most from your visit.
Planning your Grand Canyon with Globerouter.com travel guide is a great starting point to begin your visit to the Grand Canyon National Park. Located at the US, the Visitor Center offers an interesting and informative overview of Arizona’s famous landmark, as well as maps, brochures, Grand Canyon tours and park entrance tickets. Ask our knowledgeable local representatives about a tour, program, and special event. Our helpful staff will gladly assist you with information about hotels and restaurants. You’ll also find the ticket desk, exhibits, restrooms, store, and cafe in this building along with the IMAX theatre presenting Grand Canyon.
Yavapai Geology Museum
Located at the historic Yavapai Observation Station, the museum of geology tells the story of the Grand Canyon's formation through beautiful photographs, topographical models, artwork and interactive exhibits.
Tusayan Museum and Ruins
Over 800 years ago, the Pueblo Indians built a thriving community on the edge of the Grand Canyon. With its collection of pottery, arrowheads and household items, the Tusayan Museum and ruins provide a unique window into their way of life.
Kolb Studio The Kolb brothers literally built their photography studio on the rim of the Grand Canyon, setting the stage for some of the location's most iconic images. Today their legacy lives on with exhibits of their work and art inspired by the Grand Canyon.
Desert View Watchtower
Architect Mary E. J. Colter designed a number of notable buildings on the Grand Canyon's South Rim, including the Desert View Watchtower. Completed in 1932, the building was inspired by ancient pueblo watchtowers and offers spectacular views from the observation deck. Together with Hopi House, the Desert View Watchtower is one of several Colter-designed buildings in the park to be designated a National Historic Landmark.