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This dam is absolutely impressive! It was built to provide water/power to the local areas, but its benefits reach places/states other than Page.
Please don't miss the movies that are shown at continuous times in the Visitor's Center. If you take advantage of them &...More
Absolutely stunning scenery! A smaller version of the Hoover Dam, but still very impressive. The dam was built to supply water to the area in case of a drought, and supply power to the city of Page. Great visitor center with lots of interesting facts...More
The tour only cost 5.00 for adults
Children is less money. Our tour guide was smart and funny.
The values for the money is good
However, compared to the Hover Dam tour it felt incomplete.
Ya, we got to see the important stuff but Hover...More
We didn't do the guided tour, however I don't feel like I missed a thing because of the information available at the center and viewing available from the surrounding platforms and bridge walk. The dam is incredible and the bridge just about as impressive. Stop...More
Visiting North Arizona? Wondering what’s worth looking at- how about one of the largest dams in the world- holding back the mighty Lake Powell?
It contains restrooms, gift shop and aMuseum section which for a lump of concrete is quite interesting.
Highlight for me- the...More
Okay - I was really impressed until I saw Hoover dam later in the trip. I was amazed that that much concrete could be poured to create a dam to make such a deep lake. Yea, we don't have things like this in Kansas!
We happened upon this on our way from Bryce Canyon to Williams Az. We called in to the visitor centre where we watched a film of its construction. Films are shown every half hour on the quarter hour. Having watched the film we made our...More
We were able to walk across the bridge for great views of the dam and surrounding views. The visitor center is informative and has several videos that help in understanding the building of this massive construction feat. I'm so glad we took the time to...More
The question is not really clear but you cannot drive on the dam itself. There is a bridge across the Colorado River just below the dam. It has a pedestrian walkway as well as lanes for cars/trucks. If you take the Dam... More
The question is not really clear but you cannot drive on the dam itself. There is a bridge across the Colorado River just below the dam. It has a pedestrian walkway as well as lanes for cars/trucks. If you take the Dam Tour, you can walk on the top of the dam and then go down inside to where the turbines are. Great tour. Hope this helps.