Flagstaff Visitor CenterCurrently Closed
- Address: 1 Historic East Route 66, Flagstaff, AZ 86001, USA, Sedona, United States
- Timings: 08:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-9282132951
- Tags: Family And Kids
The Flagstaff Visitor Centre is the ideal place to be at if you wish to obtain personalized and customized travel information, maps, free guides as well as brochures. There’s also a gift shop where you can get your hands on a wide variety of train-themed and Flagstaff souvenirs, books, clothing, map and a lot of other similar items. For the souvenir penny smasher, bring in a few extra pennies and get to take with you the memories of the Flagstaff. The staff members here are also very helpful and would offer useful ideas and suggestions.
How to Reach Flagstaff Visitor Center
- Train Southwest Chief to stop - Flagstaff Amtrak
- Bus R005 to stop - Beaver / Phoenix
- Bus R066 to stop - Route 66 / San Francisco
Flagstaff Visitor Center Reviews & Ratings
DO NOT CONFUSE WITH OTHER VISITORS CENTERS. We were looking for this place, and accidentally found a timeshare visitors center where we received a high pressure sales pitch (we walked out after 30 minutes). The Chamber of Commerce Visitors center is FANTASTIC. It’s staffed by great volunteers with name tags identifying them as such. They provided great information and concerns about visiting the Grand Canyon and different parts of the area. It was raining that day, so they provided us with phone numbers to call the Grand Canyon to see if the canyon was fogged over and provided us with alternative options should the weather not cooperate. Also, they did not try to sell us anything. They were also concerned with our safety. We asked about wading into the river and were informed that the rain could cause 6 foot tall waves that could endanger us. These topics were not discussed at the timeshare visitors center. We would highly recommend the Chamber of Commerce!
Super helpful. Great info. Thank you so much on your knowledge of the area and getting us out there in your beautiful mountains
I had a very unpleasant experience. Called to ask about parking or alternate option for soldier pass trail. Upon calling, I was told to just come in and they did not want to talk about trails over the phone. I then explained I had a simple question. To which she responded, “If the trailhead is full you just need to find another trail. It’s Easter season things will be busy.” The tone was not friendly or inviting towards tourism, and made me feel like a burden. I do not normally write poor reviews but this encounter made me feel horrible.
Good place to stop by for information and they dont get commissions to recamend you.
Barbara at the chamber of commerce was wonderful and so helpful. She gave us great information on 4x4 trails in the area. If you are going to Sedona I highly recommend stopping at the chamber of Commerce. Any other "information" center is trying to sell you something.