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Page is a wonderful city located in Arizona, United States. Situated in Coconino County, Page has population of around 7,200 residents and an area of 16.6 square miles. Page was settled in 1957. Many famous movies have been shot in this American city, including Plant of the Apes, Superman III, Exorcist II: The Heretic, Evolution, but also Into the Wild and Highway to Hell. Page is a lovely place to visit and if you are going to be in the area soon, make sure to include some important sights of interest into your route.

Top Attractions within Page

John Wesley Powell Memorial Museum is a great place to visit in Page. The museum aims to preserve the history of the whole area and here you will find some fascinating exhibits. Historic collections and archives, as well as a shop from where you can purchase maps, books or art works of locals, can be found in this lovely museum.

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area is a spot of an unique beauty. The wonderful parks surround Lake Powell. Amenities here include boating, hiking, but you can also take some relaxing walks while admiring the scenic views. Wilderness River Adventures are very popular in this area. Great activities for children can be enjoyed in this beautiful Page location. At 4 hours drive distance from this recreational area you will find Colorado River Discoveries, a perfect place for families to learn something about the city, through guided tours.

Bonkers Restaurant is a lovely place for a relaxing dinner in Page. The services here are great, while the food delicious. And the best thing about this spot is that food is really inexpensive. You can have an excellent night out for dinner in the restaurant. The cuisine includes American, Californian and Italian food specialties.

Rainbow Bridge National Monument is one of the largest natural bridges in the world. More than 300,000 visitors come to this location every year, so the bridge is an important icon of Page. American Indians considered the Rainbow Bridge to be sacred.

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