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Started by pioneer brothers Ellsworth and Emory Kolb, this artist’s studio along the South Rim is full of the duo’s engaging depictions of the Grand Canyon’s early tourism days – black-and-white photos of mule parties and raucous river floats included. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Kolb Studio hosts regular art exhibits in its auditorium that are free to the public and boasts spectacular views of the Grand Canyon itself. It’s open year-round.