Yuma Visitor Information Center

Yuma Visitor Information Center: Hours, Address, Yuma Visitor Information Center Reviews: 4.5/5

Yuma Visitor Information Center

Yuma Visitor Information Center
4.5
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
About
Talk to our friendly, knowledgeable Visitor Information Center (VIC) staff to plan your most awesome time in Yuma, Arizona. With friendly and knowledgeable VIC Specialists, you’ll want to make this your first stop; the Visitor Information Center is located in the heart of downtown Yuma on Main Street. Stop in for maps, brochures, and everything you need to make your stay special. Let our staff be your local experts to put you on your path to adventure. Browse the VIC souvenir shop and use the Visit Yuma App’s large-screen kiosk to map your itineraries and save them to your mobile device.
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tina G
Orlando, FL146 contributions
Friendly people
Mar 2021
The nicest staff. They answered a lot of questions for me and helped me to choose complimentary brochures for sites to see. I am really glad that I stopped in and I was able to pick up some nice souvenirs.
Written March 20, 2021
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RoseBowlTraveler
Cincinnati, OH342 contributions
Standing on the corner in Yuma, Arizona
Nov 2020
I ranked the visitor center 'average' because I never found it. Upon entering Yuma (first time) we followed the signs and it took us to the Colorado River Historic Park, where a very nice young lady told us the visitor center had relocated. She also answered all of our questions and was very professional and helpful (didn't get her name but she was from Nebraska originally).
We drove downtown but there was road construction blocking parts of the main square and we never did locate the visitor center.
Looks like they are trying to do a lot with an historic downtown and have preserved many of the original buildings. We were intrigued by the Hotel San Carlos but could not enter as it appeared to be converted to a shelter/drop-in center/facility.
Written December 4, 2020
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Hello, The Yuma Visitor Information Center recently moved locations in October 2020 to Historic Downtown Yuma, 264 S. Main Street. We sincerely apologize for the construction on Main Street, and we are working on adding city signage to better direct visitors and locals to our new location. We hope you can visit us next time you are in town! - Visit Yuma & Yuma Visitor Information Center Staff
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G B
Saint Paul, MN362 contributions
Helpful Staff
Mar 2020 • Couples
The Visitors Center should be your first stop in Yuma. A plethora of information is available about Yuma as well as the balance of the region. The staff are friendly and helpful and the restrooms are very clean.
Written March 22, 2020
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Robert R
Mankato, MN26 contributions
Got to do This
Jan 2020
Gives you an insightful understanding of why this place was so pivotal to the western expansion. We walked here from the Hilton and that was a good hotel to stay at........could walk to many things and close to the river.
Written February 14, 2020
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mickey448
Prince George, Canada138 contributions
Book well in advance for this Agritour in Yuma AZ
Feb 2020
I'd heard about this wonderful Field to Feast Agritour. It's part of specialty tours offered by the Visitors Centre in Yuma Arizona. We came away with an appreciation for the farming industry in Arizona. Staff members of the University of Arizona provided interesting information regarding the safety and production of produce. We had the additional benefit (due to rainy weather and muddy fields) of going to a date production facility. We were then fed a glorious lunch prepared by the culinary students. This was an absolute highlight for us and I highly recommend it to anyone who is curious about the 'salad bowl' of America.
Written February 13, 2020
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CrankingChick
Tucson, AZ7,883 contributions
Start Your Visit Here
Mar 2019
We visited the Information Center while at the Colorado State Historic Park. (It serves as the park entrance.) The office was very attractive and well-organized and the staff was welcoming and helpful. There are exhibits about the Colorado River and an extensive variety of literature on things to see and do in the area. Souvenirs are available as well and we bought locally-grown dates to take home. The building is wheelchair-accessible and has clean restrooms. Parking and admission to the Information Center is free but there is a small admission fee to the adjacent historic park. We stayed nearby at the Garden Inn and could walk along the river trail (Gateway Park) to the Historic Park and restaurants downtown.
Written February 6, 2020
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hogladyrider
Yuma, AZ120 contributions
The Place for Info/Literature
Dec 2019
We brought our bicycles here to ride on the bike path and I stopped in to check out the Visitor's Center.

This is the place to visit for literature on what to see and do in the area as well as the surrounding area. Lots and lots of great literature organized by area.

They have a smaller gift shop area that has plenty of goodies if that's your thing.

The people working in the Visitor Center were very helpful and informative.

Anyone spending any time in the Yuma area should plan on stopping here you won't be sorry you took the time to visit.
Written December 23, 2019
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CADNampa_Idaho
Nampa, Idaho118 contributions
Wealth of Information
Nov 2019
This is the place to gather all the information you need when visiting the area. The people are very helpful. Parking is easy and the location close to Old Town Yuma attractions.
Written November 17, 2019
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Alan C
Yuma, AZ82 contributions
Very Informative
Jan 2019
The staff here are all amazing ambassadors for the Yuma area. This is the place to find out anything about this area. Highly recommended for anyone that is not familiar with Yuma.
Written August 7, 2019
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robdoc000
Minneapolis, United States43 contributions
Friendly help, and more interesting than I thought it would be
Mar 2019 • Friends
I actually learned a lot about Yuma history by walking through the various buildings and exhibits. Very interesting and pleasant experience.
Written March 19, 2019
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Thank you for visiting the Yuma Visitor Information Center and the Colorado River State Historic Park. I'm glad you enjoyed it and we welcome you back anytime.
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