Looking for a group activity in Flagstaff? A group tour of the Museum of Northern Arizona (MNA) is an ideal introduction to the arts, cultures, and sciences of the Colorado Plateau – the 130,000 square-mile area encompassing the four corners region of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah, including the Grand Canyon.
Group rates and docent-led museum tour programs are available for groups of all ages. We also offer tours of our special exhibits, tours of the nature trails surrounding MNA in the summer, as well as behind-the-scenes tours of MNA's collections.
For school age groups, docent-led programs, workshops and puppet shows are available to showcase the archaeology of the Colorado Plateau, contemporary local Native American cultures, and the unparalleled geology and biology of the area.
When you visit, your group may also take advantage of the Museum Shop and Bookstore where you will find a wide variety of authentic Native American jewelry, fine art, and regional books.
Teachers! Curriculum guides are available for many activities.
Call 928-774-5211 x275 for questions or more information.
Custom Group Museum Tours
Are you looking for an in-depth experience of the Colorado plateau? Are you looking for something special? Individually tailored tours may be arranged for groups outside of regular Museum hours. These tours may include breakfast, cocktails and dinner, as well as programs such as Native American dancers or speakers on regional topics.
Call 928-774-5211, x275 to arrange for your custom group tour.
The Museum of Northern Arizona (MNA) has extensive collection holdings in anthropology (historic and prehistoric Native American items) and paleontology and is an Arizona museum of natural history, an Arizona art museum, as well as a library and archive. Many of MNA's collections are housed in the award-winning LEED Platinum certified Easton Collection Center. Have you ever wondered why a museum would maintain such a wonderful collection and what the objects are behind the scenes? If you want to see something outside of the average Flagstaff tourism, some wonderful treasures, and hear some great stories, come on a Collections Tour.