Compared to the Grand Canyon, the Winslow Meteor Crater isn't that big, but it's still BIG! The crater was formed hundreds of thousands of years ago when a giant meteor fell from space and collided with earth. The meteor was destroyed upon impact, but the hole still remains.
While you can't walk inside the crater, you can look down into it at fixed telescope points. A 6 ft. cut-out of an astronaut is barely visible with the naked eye. I couldn't even see the American flag displayed next to the cut-out.