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  • Taliesin West

    Taliesin West

    12621 N. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd. Scottsdale, AZ 85259
    480-860-2700

    http://www.franklloydwright.org

  • Tempe Center for the Arts

    Tempe Center for the Arts

    700 W. Rio Salado Parkway Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-350-2822

    http://www.tempe.gov/index This 88,000 square foot performing and visual arts center serves the cultural community of Tempe with multiple performance and outdoor venues. Located on the banks of the Tempe Town Lake, the facility opened in September 2007 and cost some 65 million dollars to construct. The largest theater space seats 600 people in an impressive wood-clad auditorium while the smaller Studio Theater accommodates 200 people in a black box theater space. The center's gallery can open into the lobby allowing for a seamless flow from one space to the next. There's also a lake side multipurpose room, an outdoor amphitheater and two entrances to the center. The Tempe Center for the Arts is home to a number of performance groups based in Tempe including Childsplay, ConderDance, Tempe Symphony Orchestra, Arizona Wind Symphony and Desert Dance Theater. The design also includes several public art pieces including “Fireplace– trueNorth” by Mayme Kratz and Mark Ryan as well as “Aurora” by Brower Hatcher. More >>

  • Tempe Beach Park

    Tempe Beach Park

    54 W. Rio Salado Parkway Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-350-8625

    http://www.tempe.gov/lake/ Whether you’re looking for the best place to ride your bike, hike a trail, or just a cool place to plop down for a family picnic, this pleasantly landscaped park, originally built in 1931 and completely renovated in 1999 as part of the construction of the city’s Town Lake project, has what you want. With views of the Tempe skyline as a backdrop, Tempe Beach Park looks and feels like a whole lot more than just a widened stretch of the Salt River—which is pretty much what it is. The lake is more than just pretty; it's five miles of paths for bicycling, jogging or in-line skating circling Town Lake provide a great place to get some good exercise with a rented paddle boat or a pair of rented skates, both available there. Tempe city events like the Tour de Fat, New Year's Eve Fete, and Oktoberfest are all the more festive here, thanks to wide expanses of green grass and a new pedestrian bridge linking the “beach” to the park itself. More >>

  • Tempe Festival of the Arts

    310 S. Mill Ave. Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-355-6075

    http://www.tempefestivalofthearts.com/HomePage.aspx

  • Tempe Paintball

    Tempe Paintball

    1401 S. McClintock Drive Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-966-1900

    http://www.tempepaintball.com

  • Tempe Tostitos Fiesta Bowl Block Party

    Tempe Tostitos Fiesta Bowl Block Party

    Mill Ave. in Downtown Tempe Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-350-0911

    http://www.fiestabowl.org

  • Tempe Town Lake

    Tempe Town Lake

    620 N. Mill Ave. Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-350-8625

    http://www.tempe.gov/lake/ This gateway to Tempe is practically a town unto itself. It’s home to an historic baseball field that plays host to softball games and carnival rides, as well as the Splash Playground, a one-acre water park that actually collects the water your kids are playing in, then filters, cleans, and re-circulates it in a state-of-the-art system. An amphitheater accommodates 5,000 people for concerts and outdoor trade shows. Completed in 1999, Tempe Town Lake is nearly two miles long and surrounded by a park and business and residential highrises that look out over the fun of fishing (the lake is stocked with rainbow trout and largemouth bass from November through February), boating, and even an excursion called the Rio Salado Cruise. Annual events at the lake include the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl New Year's Eve Block Party, the Tempe Music Festival, the APS Fantasy of Lights, and a Fourth of July fireworks that’s the biggest and brightest in the valley. More >>

  • Tovrea Castle and Carraro Cactus Garden

    Tovrea Castle and Carraro Cactus Garden

    5041 E. Van Buren Phoenix, AZ 85008
    602-256-3220

    http://www.phoenix.gov/PARKS/tovrea.html Newcomers aren't sure what to make of this odd construct, which has been likened to many things -- one of the better printable ones a hunk of wedding cake crowned by giant green candles (i.e., the swarm of saguaros standing sentinel around the castle). It was built by Italian entrepreneur Alessio Carraro and named after meat-packing magnate Edward Tovrea, who bought the baronial digs for his wife, Della, in 1931. The lonely and battered but still somehow regal edifice, currently owned by the City of Phoenix and under renovation, now holds court over a section of town whose elegance long ago faded. More >>

  • Tucson Convention Center

    Tucson Convention Center

    260 S. Church Ave. Tucson, AZ 85701
    520-791-4101

    http://www.tucsonaz.gov/tcc/

  • Tucson Rodeo Grounds

    4823 S. 6th Ave. Tucson, AZ 85714
    520-741-2233

    http://www.tucsonrodeo.com/

  • Turf Soaring School

    Turf Soaring School

    8700 W. Carefree Highway Peoria, AZ 85383
    602-439-3621

    http://www.turfsoaring.com We've fallen for more "you can fly" gimmicks and contraptions than Wile E. Coyote, but with Turf, we think we're finally onto something. The school offers sightseeing rides, flight instruction, and soaring and aerobatic sailplane lessons -- and falling anvils are almost never involved. Want to fly the friendly skies without the deafening engine noise? Take a spin in a sailplane. After you climb to the clouds behind a powered towplane, your instructor explains a few bells and whistles, then lets you take the reins. You'll even get an official pilot's logbook to commemorate your adventure. More >>

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