Williams, Arizona: Flintstones Bedrock City

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Address:
264 US Highway 180, Williams, AZ
Directions:
On the west side of US 180 just north of its junction with Hwy 64.
Hours:
Daily 6 am-sunset (summer), 7 am-sunset (winter) (Call to verify)
Phone:
928-635-2600
RA Rates:
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Flintstones Bedrock City. Flintstones Bedrock City
Vacation home of Fred's Stone Age family in Arizona. Roadsideamerica.com Report... [04/19/2009]

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Bedrock City. Flintstones Bedrock City

This is one of our favorite Roadside America stops so far, and well worth the detour. Even my indignant teen was impressed! We arrived just as the sun was setting and had the place to ourselves, which added to surreal experience of walking into a Hannah Barbara cartoon. I definitely got my five dollars worth in photographs.

[sheisgros, 12/01/2013]
Bedrock City. Flintstones Bedrock City

The owner was telling us how she was looking to sell the place. I really hope that if she does find an owner, they decide to keep it open. Also, her "tour guide" is awesome, so excited about the place. Make sure you have him take you on a ride through the volcano to scream YABBA DABBA DOO!!!!

[Andrew, 08/16/2013]
Flintstones Bedrock City

Got kids? Gotta stop! $5 a head and worth it, would go again. So it's not perfect, but not bad. Looks like the crew has been working on things, and cheers to them. We spent 3 hours and the kids didn't want to leave.

Who doesn't want to slide down the tail of a giant dinosaur? America needs more attractions like this!

[Kate, 08/15/2013]
Flintstones Bedrock City

Very much needs a new coat of paint. But you can really still see what it used to be. Couldn't help myself; I had to climb up the brontosaurus and slide down its tail! Kitschy little gift shop; we were there in October and it was freezing inside.

[AliciaC, 07/07/2012]

No heating (or air conditioning) in the Stone Age.

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