Listings in Archaeological Area
Grand Canyon Resort Corporation is owned by the Hualapai Indian Tribe and is located in Peach Springs, Arizona. In 1988, the Hualapai Indian Tribe, which has occupied the land since 1883, established GCRC, welcoming millions of visitors each year to tour the area, including the nearby lodge, ranch, River Runners and Grand Canyon West. To further increase tourism in the area, the Grand Canyon Skywalk was built in 2007.
5001 E Diamond Bar Rd
Peach Springs, Arizona 86434
The mystery and complexity of an extended network of pre-historic communities and irrigation canals is highlighted at Casa Grande Ruins. The Casa Grande Ruins was a four story structure made by the people of the Sonoran Desert from 500 to 1400 AD. Coming the this historical monument you learn about the Hohokam tribe and the archeology of the American Southwest. This location is perfect for the young and older generation of explorers.
1100 W Ruins Dr,
Coolidge, Arizona 85128
The Arizona Museum of Natural History (AZMNH) is the premier natural history museum in Arizona. It is dedicated to inspire wonder, respect and understanding for the natural and cultural history of the Southwest. The Museum is a place for family fun. Where else can you see a flash flood cascading down a three-story mountain inside a museum? See Tom the soft-shelled turtle and a live Gila monster. Pan for gold in the History Courtyard, and wend your way through the Lost Dutchman’s Mine.
53 N Macdonald, Mesa
Mesa, Arizona 85201
Meteor Crater is nearly one mile across, 2.4 miles in circumference and more than 550 feet deep. It is an international tourist venue with outdoor observation trails, air conditioned indoor viewing, wide screen movie theater, Interactive Discovery Center, unique gift and rock shop, and Astronaut Memorial Park at the Visitor Center located on the crater rim.
Winslow, Arizona 86047