Flagstaff

Flagstaff Travel Guide

Articles about Flagstaff

By Deb Hopewell

Visit these thriving college towns for a crash course in live music, craft beer, art, and history.

By Katrina Brown Hunt

Old mines, abandoned buildings, and the occasional curse: America's ghost towns make for a hair-raising detour.

By Katrina Brown Hunt
By Katie Hammel

At these haunted hotels, bars, and asylums, the locals have been around for centuries and things go bump in the night.

Hotels in Flagstaff

This 1894 rambling Craftsman-style house on the edge of Flagstaff’s lively downtown has 9 antiques-filled rooms each with its own fireplace. Try the “Southwest” room, which has a kiva-style fireplace.

Restaurants in Flagstaff

The sophisticated fare at Brix Restaurant & Wine Bar—known for its superb wine list—includes dishes like crispy duck breast with a tart-cherry gastrique and pork chops with apple-bourbon jus.

Things to do in Flagstaff

Check out the fascinating pueblo cliff dwellings, where prehistoric Puebloan and Sinagua peoples made their homes.