Have a Unique Educational Experience at the Grand Canyon in January

When planning a vacation, the Grand Canyon area is an ideal destination with its natural beauty and breathtaking landmarks, but the area features a variety of attractions and events as well. If you are visiting the Grand Canyon in January, you can have a unique educational experience by attending the BODY WORLDS and the Brain exhibit at the Arizona Science Center in Phoenix beginning January 21. This exhibit features an incredible display of donor bodies that have been plasticized so that every detail can be examined. You will learn a lot about the human anatomy by attending this fascinating exhibit.

While you are visiting the Grand Canyon area, you can see beautiful views of the Grand Canyon in nostalgic style by taking a Grand Canyon Railway Budd Coach Train Tour. On this 65-mile train tour, you will ride a vintage train north from Williams, AZ to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. When you arrive, you will have several hours to explore the Grand Canyon National Park before returning to Williams. This unique experience will add something special to your vacation that you will remember fondly for years to come!

If you are interested in learning about the history of the Grand Canyon during your vacation, the Imax Theatre Grand Canyon shows a wonderful film called Grand Canyon The Movie that shows you some of the best views of the canyon. You will see the Grand Canyon change through time on the Imax’s giant screen. For an educational experience that the whole family will enjoy, the Imax Theatre Grand Canyon is an excellent place to visit.

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