The 45 min tour of the dam and its workings is a definite must if you are in the area. The size of the dam, what it provides and standing on it are something you just need to experience. Easy in and out, cheap and...More
About Glen Canyon Dam
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We learned so much about the amazing construction of this dam. Our tour guide was excellent, and she explained the inner workings of the turbines in a way that was clear and understandable. The tour was 45 minutes long and very interesting. Highly recommend!
This is a must see quick experiance when you are in Page, AZ. When visiting we had no idea that this was hear and we really enjoyed it. This was a quick 30min look around and education on the dam.
The visitor center has very good exhibits showing how the dam was built. It explains how the electricity is distributed through out the southwest. You have nice views of the dam from inside the center. There are bathrooms in between the exhibits and the gift...More
We were not able to go inside the dam structure because of maintenance but it was still a very informative and interesting tour and it only cost $2.50 We have also taken the Hoover Dam tour and while that structure is impressive, I would choose...More
We didn't have time to do the whole dam tour (but oh the dam jokes we made), but we dropped in for just 30 minutes to the visitor center and were glad we did. The center is well-done and offers great views of the dam...More
An engineering feat and impressive manmade structure to see in Page Arizona is the Glen Canyon Dam and Carl Hayden Visitor Centre (free entry). Opening hours 8am to 5pm. Here you can take guided tours of the dam. See website for schedule and reservation details....More
We stumbled on this by accident and it was a great find. The dam is very impressive and the visitor center was very educational and well laid out. Definitely worth a visit.
Stopped for a quick visit to Glen Canyon Dam and Visitor Center today en route to Zion NP. Even more impressive than the massive 700'-high dam is the graceful arch bridge immediately downstream! Although dominated by USBR philosophy, the visitor center does a moderately good...More