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  • 13th Floor Haunted House

    2814 W. Bell Road Phoenix, AZ 85053

  • Adobe Mountain Railroad Park

    23280 N. 43rd Ave. Glendale, AZ 85310

  • Adobe Western Railroad

    23000 N. 43rd Ave. Glendale, AZ 85310

  • Ahwatukee Holidays

    4813 E. Pearce Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85044

  • Air Apparent

    850 S. McAllister Ave. Tempe, AZ 85281 James Turrell's Air Apparent is still quiet. Though the artist continues to enjoy international recognition for his work with light, his installation at ASU's Tempe campus near the light-rail stop on Rural and Terrace remains a relatively undiscovered gem in the desert. Air Apparent is one of many Skyspaces, which Turrell has been making since the '70s. Designed with the help of local architect Will Bruder to be an immersive art experience, Air Apparent is a structure that frames the sky with programmed LED lights to optimize color perception at sunrise and sunset. If it sounds a little out there, it's because it is. Turrell's biggest project, the Roden Crater, is a series of tunnels under an extinct volcanic cinder cone in northern Arizona. The man is clearly onto something. Until the crater opens to the public, you can find us in Air Apparent, thinking about the sky. More >>

  • Allen & Beth Coughenour's Holiday Lights

    5335 W. Alice Ave. Glendale, AZ 85302

  • Apache County Fairgrounds

    St. Johns Saint Johns, AZ 85936

  • Arcadia 4th of July Parade

    6001 E. Calle Tuberia Scottsdale, AZ 85251

  • Arcosanti


    13555 S. Cross L Rd. Mayer, AZ 86333
    928-632-7135 You probably think of those clever little copper bells whenever you hear the name of this place, but Arcosanti is about much more than rusty musical souvenirs. This high-elevation experimental town began construction in 1970 in central Arizona (about 70 miles north of Phoenix) by architect Paolo Soleri, who used a concept he dubbed “arcology.” His plan—to prove that local urban conditions could be improved while minimizing the negative impact of city-dwelling on the earth—combines adaptive reuse and “green” ecology long before either was considered fashionable. The ongoing construction of this never-ending city is home to between 50 and 150 people, but visitors come from around the globe to visit the tilted concrete panels cast in a bed of desert silt on which this popular tourist attraction rests. They ogle the bronze-cast apse, built in the form of a semi-dome; the intricate and organic architecture; and the fun-and-educational five-story visitor’s center, café, and gift shop (where you can snag a bagful of those Arcosanti bells!). Also worth seeing: the community’s oddball home elevations, storefronts, and stunning outdoor amphitheater. Too tired to head back to town? A two-bedroom "Sky Suite" is available for overnight guests. More >>

  • Arizona Bike Week's RockYard at WestWorld of Scottsdale

    16601 N. Pima Road Scottsdale, AZ 85260

  • Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa

    Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa

    2400 E. Missouri Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85016
    602-955-6600 Opened in 1929, this swanky resort at the base of Squaw Peak exudes old-timey Arizona charm and elegance. Albert Chase McArthur built it in "Mayan Revival" style, hiring his former mentor Frank Lloyd Wright as consultant. Former Columbia Pictures mogul Harry Cohn had a fatal heart attack here. More >>

  • Arizona Celebration of Lights

    2209 N. 99th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85392

  • Arizona Science Center

    Arizona Science Center

    600 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-716-2000 This downtown Phoenix museum is pretty much guaranteed to bring out the nerd in anyone. Whether or not you think you care about science, the Arizona Science Museum offers hands-on experiences that make learning about gravity and electric circuits fun for visitors of all ages. With more than 164,000 square feet of space, the museum offers more than enough to entertain the kids for a day – which isn't to say the adults won't enjoy the trip, too. In fact, according to the museum more than half a million guests come to do so each year. Popular permanent exhibits include “All About Me,” an exploration of the body's inner workings that lets guests walk through a “working” stomach and watch surgeries be performed. You can lie on a bed of nails, build your own electric circuit or ride the Evans Family SkyCycle on any given day as well as enjoy the museum's planetarium and IMAX theater. More >>

  • Arizona State Capitol

    Arizona State Capitol

    1700 W. Washington Phoenix, AZ 85007
    602-926-3620 Restored historic sections of the facility, on the National Register of Historic Places, include the original governor's office, House and Senate chambers, and the territorial library. A related museum hosts permanent and changing exhibitions. More >>

  • Arizona State Fairgrounds

    Arizona State Fairgrounds

    1826 W. McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85007
    602-252-6771 We may not have the newest fairgrounds here in Arizona, but we do have plenty of history behind our west Phoenix locale. The story of the fairgrounds goes way back to the time before statehood in 1912, when a group of volunteers created the Arizona Territorial Fair Association in 1905, bought the current property and developed it. Today at the Arizona State Fairgrounds you'll find a racetrack and the 14,870-seat multipurpose indoor arena, Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum. The saddle-shaped building was constructed between 1964 and 1965 and hosts concerts and sporting events throughout the year. The fairgrounds also hosts the Arizona State Fair every fall as well as the Maricopa County Fair. The Arizona State Fair is considered one of the top five state fairs in the country and draws well over a million attendees each year. More >>

  • Arizona State Fairgrounds -- Qwest Community Stage

    Arizona State Fairgrounds -- Qwest Community Stage

    1826 W. McDowell Phoenix, AZ 85007
    602-252-6771 The gone-to-seed home of the Arizona State Fair in the fall, the Maricopa County Fair in the spring and various special events at melted-horseshoe-shaped Veterans' Memorial Coliseum (where Bruce Springsteen filmed his video for the song "Rosalita" in 1976) and other permanent facilities the remainder of the year. More >>

  • Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum

    Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum

    1826 W. McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85007

  • Arizona

    Arizona's Original Scream Park

    8823 E. McDowell Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251

  • Artcade Lounge

    630 E. Pierce St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Arvizu's El Fresnal Grocery Store

    310 E. Buchanan St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Avondale Festival Fields

    101 E. Lower Buckeye Road Avondale, AZ 85323

  • AZ Air Time

    13802 N. Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ 85254

  • AZ Field of Screams

    5726 N. 75th Ave. Glendale, AZ 85303

  • Arizona State Fair

    Arizona State Fair

    1826 W. McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ Phoenix, AZ 85007-1612
    602-252-6771 The state fair has been an annual Arizona tradition since before Arizona was even a state. The first first fair dates all the way back to November 1994, when a bunch or early Arizonans decided to get together to compare cows and corn. Nearly every year since (the fair was suspended due to occasions including severe crop shortages, the Depression and World War II) there's been a yearly event to bring together people from across the state to enjoy food and fun and compare their best achievements. The fair takes place every fall at the Arizona State Fairgrounds, an 80-acre property purchased by the Arizona Territorial Fair Association for $9,200 in 1905. To this day the fair strives to preserve state traditions – though we're pretty sure the whole deep-fried Twinkies is a new thing. More >>

  • Barnes & Noble Stage at Tempe Marketplace

    Barnes & Noble Stage at Tempe Marketplace

    2000 E. Rio Salado Tempe, AZ 85281

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