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Grab Cheap Flight Tickets to Yuma

Reasons to Book Cheap Yuma Flights

Located in the southwestern corner of the State of Arizona is the city of Yuma. Colorado River runs along the city's northern edge defining border between Arizona and California. This beautiful region with several attractions and outdoor adventure opportunities is definitely a great place to spend some time. Learn about the area's history at Yuma Territorial Prison Museum. Do not miss the opportunity to visit the Imperial Sand Dunes (a popular movie location), Imperial, and Kofa and Cibola national wildlife refuges. City's closeness to the Colorado River allows its visitors to have fun in water - starting from quiet paddle to water-skiing.

Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park

This former prison situated in Yuma is operated as a historical museum by Arizona State Parks. Visitors here will get to learn several stories on old prisoners who lived here centuries ago. Displayed here are numerous artifacts from prisoners. It is a must recommended place for tourists to the city.

Yuma Art Center & Historic Yuma Theater

The Yuma Art Center features 643 seats theatre, four visual art galleries, and more. The place holds over twenty visual art exhibitions, nearly fifty unique performing and visual arts classes, screens dozens of films, and organizes plenty of other activities. The center is quite popular and draws nearly 100,000 visitors each year.  Center's signature events include - Tribute of the Muses, Children's Festival of the Arts, Art in the Park, ARTbeat, and more.

Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area

The Imperial Sand Dunes are the largest mass of sand dunes in Arizona. These are formed by the sands of ancient Lake Cahuilla which are blown by the wind. On an average these sand dunes are around 5 miles wide and are spread over more than 40 miles of area. It is a favorite location for off-highway vehicle enthusiasts and is commonly known as "Glamis".