Hopi House – One of the famous Mary Colter designed building at the Grand Canyon South Rim. The Hopi house designed in 1905 as a gift shop has been a place for visitors to buy quality gifts and authentic Native American crafts ever since! Some days there are Native American artists demonstrations on the 2nd floor of Hopi House. During the summer months there are Native American dancers.
Hermits Rest – A Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter design, Hermits Rest has been designated as a National Historic Landmark. The building acts as a snack bar and gift shop.
Yavapai Observation Station – The station has amazing views of the canyon through windows. It was newly renovated and features exhibits about fossil records at the Grand Canyon as well as interpretive displays.
Desert View – A watchtower that provides a spectacular views of the Grand Canyon. The fifth story of the cliff-side watchtower is the highest point on the South Rim. The watchtower was built by the Fred Harvey Company in 1932 and combines symbols from native tribe into the design.