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Grand Canyon Visitor Center Hotel & Travel Guide

Thinking about visiting Grand Canyon Visitor Center on your next getaway?

To get there, head approximately 180 miles (290 kilometers) from the state capital, Phoenix, until you get to Grand Canyon Village.

Just 0.7 miles (1.1 kilometer) away from Grand Canyon Visitor Center, the Yavapai Lodge - Inside the Park is the handiest place to get a room.

Not too far away, there are some well-priced accommodations ideal for making your travel allowance stretch further. You might like to make some inquiries at the Phantom Ranch and the Thunderbird Lodge - Inside the Park.

There’s nothing better than a cup of coffee and dessert, especially after a day of exploring. You can visit Bright Angel Bicycles & Mather Point Cafe (10 South Entrance Road, Grand Canyon Village) for a snack. Later on you can enjoy a lovely night with a beer or wine at Yavapai Tavern (11 Yavapai Lodge Road, Grand Canyon Village).

Other Things to Do Near Grand Canyon Visitor Center

You've spent a while getting here, and no doubt Grand Canyon Visitor Center won't be your only stop. Once you've taken it in, be sure to investigate what else the area has available:

  • Mather Point provides scenic views and it's a fantastic spot to take in the surrounding area.
  • Look out for wildlife, practice your photography and enjoy a walk at Grand Canyon National Park.
  • Learn about the fascinating wonders of the natural world at Yavapai Geology Museum.
  • Yavapai Point can provide you with all the information you need to make the most of your vacation.
  • Nature lovers would do well to bring their hiking shoes or boots and enjoy a hike along Tonto Trail.

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