Attractions

Top Choice Monument in Navajo National Monument

Navajo National Monument

The Ancestral Puebloan cliff dwellings of Navajo National Monument make for a serene and highly recommended detour on the road from Glen Canyon to Monument Valley. There's a well-staffed visitor center, walking trai…
Historic Building in Navajo Reservation

Hubbell Trading Post

Widely respected merchant John Lorenzo Hubbell established this trading post in 1878 to supply Navajos returning from Fort Sumner with dry goods and groceries. Now run by the NPS, it still sells food, souvenirs and …
Viewpoint in Canyon de Chelly National ­Monument

Spider Rock Overlook

The silence here is strangely invigorating as you watch birds soaring between you and the Spider Rock, a 800ft bifurcated sandstone spire guarding the place where Canyon de Chelly meets Monument Canyon. It's easy to…
Indian Reservation in Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

Great views can be had from along Hwy 163, but to really get up close and personal you'll need to visit the Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. From the visitor center, a rough and unpaved scenic driving loop covers…
Museum in Window Rock

Navajo Nation Museum

The sleek and modern Navajo Nation Museum, dedicated exclusively to the history and culture of the Nation, punches well above its weight. Exhibits range from textiles, silverwork and ceramics to the remains of an ep…
Museum in Tuba City & Moenkopi

Explore Navajo Interactive Museum

A perfect precursor to exploring the Navajo Reservation, this museum will deepen your understanding of the land, its people and their traditions. You'll learn why the Navajo call themselves the 'People of the Fourth…
Memorial in Window Rock

Navajo Veterans Memorial Park

Below the eponymous Window Rock you'll find the Navajo Veterans Memorial Park, whose circular layout is a metaphor for the rising and setting of the sun. A statue memorializes the Navajo Code Talkers, and 16 steel b…