This place, is without a doubt, the most spectacular place to visit in this national park, and one of the most spectacular of all the national parks in the USA. This plateau can be seen from a viewpoint (a journey of just over a km) or a circuit (pretty easy) penetrating inside revealing all the mysteries of these original rock formations. In my opinion, you should see both, and it can be done during a morning. I saw it at the end of March, and the snow added to the beauty of the landscape.
Situated very close to Bryce Canyon, about an hour's drive away. It does not quite live up to this park but it's quite a nice place (for something bearing a famous name). You are not allowed to enter national parks without paying an entrance fee, but it´s cheap, about 5 euros. I did a small trek during the morning, it´s a small park and not worth spending too long there. There is a rock (shown in the photo) which has become famous for its resemblance to a certain part of the human anatomy.