This was an easy and quick stop and breaks up the views of the Canyon with some culture and history of the Tusayan people. I really enjoyed the vegetation walk. It is a small loop with markers on plants and vegetation stating how they were used. For example, Juniper bark was used for bedding. I really enjoyed this and learned a lot about the natural habitat. The museum is also great. It is small and the whole experience does not take more than 1/2 hour.
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