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Reserve online nowAttractions near La Posada Hotel: Downtown Area

These great attractions are all located in the historic downtown Winslow, within walking distance of La Posada.

Standin’ on the Corner Park

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Located in downtown Winslow on the northwest corner of Kinsley and Second streets, this park pays homage to the Jackson Brown’s 1970s hit Take it Easy, which was made famous by rock band The Eagles. It features a grand mural, bronze statue, and more.

Old Trails Historical Museum

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The Old Trails Museum opened in 1985 in an old bank building located in the heart of the downtown business district. The building, constructed in 1920, still contains its original tile floor, marble counters, and a vault, adding to the historic ambiance of the museum.

9-11 Remembrance Gardens

Located at the junction of Transcon Lane and Old Route 66 in east Winslow, this memorial (which is constructed of actual beams that came from the World Trade towers in New York City) pays homage to those who both lost their lives and assisted during the 9-11 tragedy

Snowdrift Art Space

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Snowdrift is a live/work studio exhibition space featuring the work of sculptor Dan Lutzick. Housed in a 1914 Babbitt Brothers department store, Snowdrift features a 10,000 square foot first floor exhibition space complete with 16 foot high pressed tin ceilings.

Hubble Trading Post & First Street Pathway

The First Street Pathway links La Posada Hotel with another important historical site in downtown Winslow: the Hubbell Trading Post, now Winslow's Visitor Center. Originally built by Hubert and C.D. Richardson in 1917, the trading post and warehouse was purchased by Lorenzo Hubbell in 1921.This spacious building became known as the home of the largest Navajo rug ever woven and the repository of the finest pawned specimens of old-time Navajo silver and turquoise jewelry. The Visitor Center is a must-see for the displays and literature on the local attractions.

 

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303 E. 2nd Street (Route 66)
Winslow, AZ 86047
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