Grand Canyon National Park North RimCulture / Science / Visitor Center
North Rim, Grand Canyon, AZ
Quiet, isolated, and spectacular.
The Grand Canyon’s North Rim is an experience worlds apart from the bustling South Rim village. High on this plateau at over 8,000 feet, visitors find a forested island surrounded by grassland and desert.
Exhibits at this log-frame visitor center introduce a geologic history that spans nearly two thousand million years, depict the American Indians that have lived seasonally on the canyon edge for thousands of years, and welcome the visitors of today who to travel here to experience the solitude, cool air, and wilderness.