Make a virtual visit to the park-courtesy of artist-in-resident Tony Garbasso. His beautiful surround panoramas can transport you to Petrified Forest, offering a chance to explore from your own home.
These are large files, so be patient. They are well worth the wait! Explore the interactive panoramas by moving your cursor around the images. Enjoy your exploration!
Painted Desert Inn National Historic Landmark
Pintado Point was once known as 350 Degree Point
Puerco Pueblo from the southwestern corner
Jasper Forest, below Jasper Point
Crystal Forest split petrified log
Did You Know?
Petrified wood was so abundant when the ancestral Puebloan people were living in the area that they used it not only for stone tools but also as building material, such as the "brick" used in Agate House at Petrified Forest National Park.