We went here thinking it was a whole building made out of corn and grains. Boy were we disappointed! It's just a big building with some exterior murals made from corn. Unless a special event is happening, the inside is just full of vendors selling your typical tourist trap junk.
Not worth your time, unless you really like murals made out of corn.
Walking on this bridge is harder than you would expect, because it tilts from side to side depending on where other people are walking/standing. Also, a sign at the park claims this simple suspension bridge can bear the weight of at least two fully-loaded 747s!
Despite not being a brewery, this was our favorite place on the "Flagstaff Ale Trail". The beer selection was diverse. Everyone inside was friendly. They have a shelf of board games you can play, and a giant "Cards Against Humanity" set if you ask at the bar. It's also pet friendly: two of the regulars had brought their dogs, and the front door was penned off so they could roam around the bar.
The "bridge" at the end alone makes this hike worth the effort, and there are some other great vantage points along the way. The fork in the trail to the "natural steps" and the topside trail were not immediately obvious to us when we did this hike, so pay attention once you can see the underside of the arch.
One warning: the trailhead and parking area are only accessible with a high-clearance 4x4 vehicle. If you don't have one of those, you'll have to park in overflow parking and then walk to the trailhead. The trailhead is about a mile walk if you follow the 4x4 "road", or two miles if you take the more scenic hiking trails to the trailhead. So without a 4x4 vehicle, your hike is going to be 4-6 miles roundtrip.