Visitor Centers

Orange cliffs and blue sky are behind a brown building. This is the Bullfrog Visitor Center.

Bullfrog Visitor Center

Scott Garner

Bullfrog Visitor Center
Open May 21 Only on Thursday 9-1 and Sunday 2-6
Phone: 435-684-7423
Location: Highway 276 north of Bullfrog Marina
Attractions: Exhibits relating to geology and the human and natural history of Glen Canyon. Ancestral Puebloan ("anasazi") and pioneer artifacts. A life-size model of a slot canyon. Bookstore, restrooms, medical clinic (May thru early October only).


A circular beige building sits on top of a cliff. This is the Carl Hayden Visitor Center.

Carl Hayden Visitor Center

Carl Hayden Visitor Center at Glen Canyon Dam

Summer hours (mid-May - mid-September) 8 am – 6 pm MST;

Winter Hours (November through February) daily, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm MST;

Rest of year open daily 8 am – 5 pm MST;

Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day

Phone: 928-608-6200. Tours of the Dam: 928-608-6072

Location: Highway 89 on west side of Glen Canyon Dam

Attractions: Tours of the dam provided by Glen Canyon Natural History Association, exhibits, video shows, a relief map of the entire Glen Canyon area. Restrooms and a bookstore.

Tours of the dam are $5, and as a federal power plant facility, security measures are in place. While no bags, purses, knives, weapons, or food are allowed on the tour, wallets, cameras, and clear water bottles are welcome.




 
A chunky natural stone building flys the American and Arizona state flags. This is the Navajo Bridge Interpretive Center.

Navajo Bridge Interpretive Center

Navajo Bridge Interpretive Center

Open daily 9 am - 5 pm MST April through October.
Phone: 928-355-2319

Location: Highway 89A on west side of Navajo Bridge

Attractions: Bookstore, outdoor exhibits, and self guided walks across the historic Navajo Bridge. This is a popular spot to look for a California Condor.



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