Phoenix

Phoenix Attractions

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Apache Trail

Apache Trail is a 120 mile (193km) historic road that connects Apache Junction (the east edge of the Phoenix metropolitan area) to Theodore Roosevelt Lake. ...  Read more

Desert Botanical Gardens

Located within Papago Park, the Desert Botanical Garden was founded in 1939 and currently maintains one of the largest and most unique collections of desert ...  Read more

Montezuma Castle National Monument

The Montezuma Castle National Monument is one of the most well-preserved and accessible ancient dwellings in North America. Built amongst the limestone, these ...  Read more

Mystery Castle

Mystery Castle is located in South Phoenix, in the foothills of South Mountain Park. The “Castle” was built in the 1930s by Boyce Luther Gulley for his ...  Read more

Arizona Science Center

As a non-profit organization, the Arizona Science Center‘s main goal is to entertain and educate people of all ages about science. They opened in 1984 as a ...  Read more

Camelback Mountain

Camelback Mountain is an iconic mountain visible throughout most of the phoenix metropolitan area. Towering over the city at 2,704 feet (824 meters) above sea ...  Read more

Chase Field

Those Phoenicians love their sport, and Chase Field is where they head to cheer on their team, in the first retractable-roofed natural-grassed stadium in the ...  Read more

Historic Heritage Square

Historic Heritage Square takes you back in time to Arizona’s Victorian past. The square is home to the only remaining residential structures of the original ...  Read more

Mill Ave

Named for the flour mill that still grinds away at the northern end of the strip, Mill Avenue is the Phoenix magnet for bar-hoppers and night owls. Its ...  Read more

Mission San Xavier del Bac

Located in nearby Tucson, Mission San Xavier del Bac is a Spanish Catholic mission dating from 1692 when it was founded by Father Eusebio Francisco Kino, a ...  Read more

Old Town Scottsdale

The city of Scottsdale sits adjacent to Phoenix, attracting visitors by the bus-load to Scottsdale Old Town. This older section of town is also its main ...  Read more

Phoenix Zoo

Phoenix Zoo was founded by Robert E. Maytag (yes, like the appliances!) in 1962 and is the largest non-profit zoo in the United States. It is considered a ...  Read more

Pueblo Grande Museum

Pueblo Grande Museum is an archaeological park located on the ruins of a 1,500 year-old Native American village. Located in the heart of the Phoenix ...  Read more

SEA LIFE Aquarium

The SEA LIFE Aquarium near Phoenix is home to over 5,000 animals and is an excellent attraction for families. One major draw is you don’t simply look at ...  Read more

Sonoran Desert

The Sonoran Desert is a 100,000 square mile (260,000 square kilometers) arid region in North America that stretches across large portions of Arizona, ...  Read more

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