Flagstaff: a walk through time

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Flagstaff’s charm lies not just in its mountain setting, but also in its rich history.  Downtown offers a self-guided walking tour past meticulously preserved buildings like the Babbitt Brothers Building (1888), a symbol of the city’s early commercial boom. For an even deeper dive, explore the Riordan Mansion (1904), a grand home showcasing the opulent lifestyle of the lumber barons who shaped Flagstaff’s development. History buffs can delve into the region’s indigenous heritage at the Museum of North Arizona.  Exhibits unveil the stories of the Navajo and Hopi people, while artifacts whisper tales of their artistry and way of life.

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