Williams, Arizona: Flintstones Bedrock City

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101 US Highway 180, Williams, AZ
On the west side of US 180 just north of its junction with Hwy 64.
Daily 6-sunset (summer), 7-sunset (winter) (Call to verify)
Adults $5.00
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Flintstones Bedrock City.

Flintstones Bedrock City
30-acre Arizona vacation home of the Modern Stone Age Family. Open since 1972. Roadsideamerica.com Report... [04/19/2009]

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Flintstones memorabilia.

Flintstones Bedrock City

Even if you don't pay admission and go in the back, it is worth a look. Has a great collection of everything Flintstones in the gift shop.

[M. Harper, 09/01/2015]

Dinosaur slide.

Flintstones Bedrock City

The perfect mix of kitsch and nostalgia. A ghost of itself, yet the minimal effort meant to upkeep it creates an entirely surreal experience. The scope and scale of the initial effort is surprising, especially against the vast, empty backdrop and Arizona sky. Alas, mother time has taken its toll, but the original dream shines through to warm your heart.

[Joe L, 04/01/2015]

Fred and me.

Flintstones Bedrock City

Charge was $5 but the amusement was totally worth it. Stopped because it was right on the way to the Grand Canyon (don't know that I would've driven out of my way for it). Kids (of any age) will enjoy huge dinosaur slide. It's fun to be able to say I've been there!

[Jen, 03/25/2015]

Off to Bedrock Jail.

Flintstones Bedrock City

We saw this on our way to the Grand Canyon from Flagstaff. I was traveling with my 14 yr old son and my mother. We stopped by just to check it out and we all turned 6 again. Even my 14 yr. old admired the magic of the place. I mean, you step into a childhood cartoon, a childhood memory. It is not what it used to be I am sure, it looks a little rough, but I think that gives it more of a realistic stone age feel. We all took turns sliding down the tail of the dinosaur yelling "Yabadabadoo," just like Fred Flintstone at quitting time!

[Alicia, 06/02/2014]

Nearby Offbeat Places

Bearizona Drive-Thru Wildlife ParkBearizona Drive-Thru Wildlife Park, Williams, AZ - 27 mi.
Haunted Caboose - Canyon MotelHaunted Caboose - Canyon Motel, Williams, AZ - 27 mi.
Grand CanyonGrand Canyon, Grand Canyon Village, AZ - 28 mi.
In the region:
Hardware Store Totem Pole, Flagstaff, AZ - 43 mi.

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