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Bryce Canyon Visitor Center

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Bryce Canyon Visitor Center

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Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks Small Group Tour from Las Vegas
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Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks Small Group Tour from Las Vegas

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Get an early start with this road trip to two amazing national parks in southern Utah: Zion and Bryce Canyon. Departing from hotels on the Las Vegas Strip, spend an entire day exploring these natural wonders. Discover them on hikes with a small group and a guide who knows the terrain.
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Paul K wrote a review Oct 2020
Oracle, Arizona128 contributions29 helpful votes
We were in/out of the center several times purchasing post cards for our granddaughter and looking at the display of the Grand Staircase...a wonderful explanation of the geology we were experiencing. Inside and outside, the ranger staff were very helpful (except for one grouchy woman at the door!)
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Cheryll D wrote a review Sep 2020
Elgin, Texas84 contributions26 helpful votes
We liked this visitor center, but it was smaller than that of Zion National Park. We did find plenty of souvenirs, though.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Jennifer T wrote a review Sep 2020
Grand Junction, Colorado609 contributions147 helpful votes
Found some good info here with plenty of parking, bathrooms, maps, souvenirs, ranger expert advise and geology exhibits. We visited at about 4.30 on a Tuesday and the center was not crowded at all. Masks are required indoors. They have a nice small museum with 4 or so main sections: 1) evolution of Bryce thru the movement of the earth plates; 2) animals of the area; 3) Indian history in the area; 4) hoodoos around the world; 5) geology of the "Great Staircase" that forms the unique features of the surrounding area from the Grand Canyon, Cedar City, Zion to Bryce. I found the last most interesting. The attached film was not showing while we visited. The center, as typical has a ranger desk where you can get maps and the every helpful advise from the experienced rangers on how to best spend your time at the park. They also have a large 3D map of the area where you can get a feel for depth and length of trails. They also have a medium side souvenirs.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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DawgExplorer wrote a review Aug 2020
Dalton, Georgia2,556 contributions302 helpful votes
This was our first stop in the park. It was well equipped and quite busy but limited the number of visitors at a time due to covid. It had a decent variety of souvenirs and a small museum. The huge rotating solar panels were really interesting.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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The Places Where We Go Podcast wrote a review Jun 2020
Simi Valley, California813 contributions146 helpful votes
Our first stop in Bryce Canyon National Park was at the Visitor Center. First order of business was to get the requisite stamp in our passport book. Visitors were allowed inside during our visit - shortly after the park reopening post the initial Covid era shutdown. The store has a decent selection of merchandise and books. We picked up a handy versatile headband at the store. We didn't view any of the exhibits. Memory is that some may have been inaccessible during our Covid era visit. There were several stations outside with information to limit the number of people entering the center. We stopped at one of these for information on hikes near. We selected the Fairyland Hike. Staff were courteous and helpful.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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