It's not far from the Grand Canyon. We passed by on our way to Phoenix and stopped by to see it. A particularly large crater has science documentary inside it. It's quite good to bring children. In fact, there are quite a few foreign tourists bringing children.
Very much enjoyed our visit! Geology and space nerds will love it. The tour was very nice too.
It’s a very magical place, standing on top of Barringer Crater, imagining how much time and space a meteor has traveled to the earth, and what kind of status quo it hits on the ground. This can only be imagined by science fiction films.
It's a big crater. After listening to the explanation of the staff, I learned more about the origin and history of this crater, and I also heard the story of coming here to make movies before. It is a very unique attraction. It's not everywhere you can see the crater so close. The scenery on the road is also very good, you can take a lot of ins style photos
The width of the Balinger crater is more than a thousand shots. When it comes to the scene, the wonderful feeling is really unspeakable. It feels crazy. We were all thinking at the time that such a large meteorite will end. What it looks like, nature is amazing!