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  • 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

  • Artcade Lounge

    630 E. Pierce St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Arvizu's El Fresnal Grocery Store

    310 E. Buchanan St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • 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 >>

  • Bob Rix's Holiday Lights

    1517 E. Brill St. Phoenix, AZ 85006

  • Canvas@1011


    1011 N. 3rd St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Chase Field

    Chase Field

    401 E. Jefferson St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-462-6000 In the heart of downtown Phoenix sits Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks since 1998. The stadium was the first in the United States built with a retractable roof and can hold nearly 50,000 visitors at any given time. It offers a natural grass playing surface and nearly a quarter mile of concession stand area, as well as a suite level and upper concourse. At its highest point the Chase Field roof rises 255-feet in the air and can open and close in less than five minutes – to its own music composed to the exact time needed to open or close, for that matter. Other popular dinning and concession offerings include the All-You-Can-Eat section, Arizona Baseball Blub buffet and Friday's Front Row. In addition to hosting all regular season Arizona Diamondbacks home games, Chase Field has held events including the 2011 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, 2006 World Baseball Classic Opening Round, the Insight Bowl and AMA Supercross and Monster Jam Series. More >>

  • Cutler-Plotkin Jewish Heritage Center

    Cutler-Plotkin Jewish Heritage Center

    122 E. Culver St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Dorrance Planetarium

    Dorrance Planetarium

    Arizona Science Center Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Fiesta Bowl Parade

    Central Ave. at Montebello Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Fort McDowell Fiesta Bowl Parade

    Central Ave. north of Montebello Phoenix, AZ 85012

  • Hard Rock Cafe Phoenix

    Hard Rock Cafe Phoenix

    3 S. 2nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-261-7625 Phoenix's edition of the worldwide chain of rock 'n' rolls theme restaurants has everything you'd expect, from the 10-foot-long Gibson Flying V neon sign over the entranceway to an array of music mementos inside. It's equal parts museum, rock club, and eatery, with its collection of memorabilia ranging from the cheesy (a Justin Timberlake stage costume from his days in 'N Sync) to the chic (Tom Petty's autographed jacket), and there's a collection of autographed and classic guitars (including axes from Aerosmith, Black Sabbath, and Ugly Kid Joe) on display near the front and vintage ephemera scattered throughout the premises, including photographs and posters. The Hard Rock's stage has also hosted occasional performances by local bands in the past, including What Laura Says and Limbeck. More >>

  • Jackpots Slots & Amusements

    1318 E. Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85014-4926

  • Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix/Ro Ho En

    Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix/Ro Ho En

    1125 N. Third Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-256-3204 Situated at the south end of the Margaret T. Hance Park, this three-and-a-half-acre refuge is the perfect place for busy urbanites to slow down and contemplate simple beauties: a 12-foot waterfall, a rocky stream that flows into a koi-filled pond, a shore of carefully selected rocks from Arizona quarries, and stone lanterns and sculptures. Even the garden's official name, Ro Ho En, inspires a poetic mindset. Ro stands for "heron," Himeji's symbolic bird, which references the town's spectacular White Heron Castle; Ho is Japanese for our own mythical winged creature; and En means "garden." There's also an on-site traditional teahouse, perfect for viewing the lovingly manicured scenery. More >>

  • Leighton G. Knipe House

    1025 N. 2nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Ro2 Lot

    1005 N. 2nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Seventh Avenue Melrose District

    Seventh Avenue Melrose District

    Seventh Ave. between Indian School and Camelback Phoenix, AZ 85034