Lorenzo Hubbell Trading Post
Once the premier Trading Post Company of the American southwest territories and now Winslow’s Chamber of Commerce/Visitor Center, this location is a historic destination unto itself. Come to our Visitor Center…You’ll find historic displays, great architecture, racks of information about Winslow, the region and indeed the State of Arizona. We have a wealth of information and a terrific staff ready to assist you in your travels.
McHood Park & Clear Creek
Enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities at Clear Creek Reservoir. Activities that include swimming, fishing, hiking and picnicking. With a canoe, (rentals available) one can follow the creek along Clear Creek Canyon, a magnificent deep rock waterway. This place is one of Northern Arizona’s best kept secrets that has been enjoyed by locals for over one hundred years. Its existence and beauty are becoming more known and popular for sure. If you’re looking for an amazing place to stop, relax and cool down, this is the spot.
The “Standin’ on the Corner” Park
It’s a rare person who has not heard the famous line from the Eagles first hit single, Take It Easy. The song has the lyric “standin’ on a corner in Winslow Arizona, such a fine site to see, it’s a girl my lord in a flatbed Ford, slowin down to take a look at me.”! Many are the visitors who come from far and wide to stand and take advantage of the photo opportunity, on the most famous “corner” of Historic Route 66. The park features a life-sized bronze of a guitar carrying balladeer and a trompe l’oeill style mural that depicts the girl in a flatbed Ford. It’s “kitsch” in a good way and for sure, not to be missed! More >
La Posada Hotel
Undisputedly a world renowned American treasure, this special place is considered to be the last of the great trackside hotels. At the time, it was the finest hotel constructed by the Santa Fe Railroad to be a Fred Harvey House. Built in 1929, this legendary oasis is the masterpiece of Mary Jane Colter, chief architect for the Fred Harvey Company and one of America’s most important female designers. A recent restoration has brought the hotel back to its former comfort and grandeur. Enjoyed by people from around the world, whether you stay overnight or not, this beautiful and relaxing resort most definitely a place not be missed. More >
Old Trails Museum/Winslow Historical Society
Located in the heart of Winslow’s historic district, the Old Trails Museum is an outstanding source of discovery for Winslow’s unique and interesting history. It houses numerous exhibits and collections such as ancient Native American artifacts, Santa Fe Railroad equipment that includes tools of the industry and Fred Harvey memorabilia, original western art, Wild West territory, Route 66, Meteor Crater and much more! You’ll find a knowledgeable staff eager to share our rich history with you.
Homolovi State Park
Located 3 miles northeast of downtown Winslow this park will give you insight into the cultural perspective and history of the Hopi Tribe. Tour the ancient ruins of pueblos that were built by the ancestors of the Hopi people from between approximately 1260 – 1400 AD. Marvel at the colorful pottery and shards on display and ponder the meanings of ancient petroglyphs. Park facilities include a Visitor Center/Museum, various hiking trails, and RV- camping facilities.
9-11 Memorial Garden
Who can forget 9/11? Stop by Winslow’s Remembrance Garden. This memorial is dedicated to the tragic events of that September day in 2001 and Northern Arizona’s promise that “we will never forget”. Our Remembrance Garden is located on the corner of East 3rd Street and Transcon Lane. (from I-40, exit 255). There you will find, as the centerpiece of the garden, the touching display of actual wreckage from the World Trade Center. The 14 and 15 foot beams were entrusted to the citizens of Winslow by the City of New York. They are the largest pieces given to any community in the nation.