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  • 1 The Heard Museum Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Museums and art

    2301 N. Central Ave. USA - Phoenix, AZ 85004-1323

    Devoted to Native American culture and art, especially Southwest tribes, this fine museum contains 10 exhibition galleries and 32,000 works of art. Arches, colonnades and courtyards are hallmarks of Spanish Colonial architecture. The story of its 192..

  • 2 Rosson House Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    113N 6th Street 113N USA - Phoenix, AZ

    Built in Queen Anne style and recognisable by its small tower, this was for many years one of the finest houses in the town. The building has retained its traditional appearance and includes ceremonial rooms, a medical office and kitchen on the groun..

  • 3 Orpheum Theatre Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    203 203 West Adams Street USA - Phoenix, AZ

    Opened in 1929, this theatre was used as a cinema until 1969, then subsequently as a venue for musical comedies. Abandoned in the early 1980s, it was declared a historic monument in 1993, when restoration work began. The theatre has now been restored..

  • 4 Luhrs Building Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    11 11 West Jefferson Street USA - Phoenix, AZ

    Designed by the Texan architects Trost and Trost for the businessman George Luhrs, this dark-brick building was opened in 1924. Its upper two stories, as well as the cornice crowning the building, are adorned with white marble ornamentation.

  • 5 Luhrs Tower Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    49 49 West Jefferson Street USA - Phoenix, AZ

    This 15-storey tower block is a magnificent example of Art Deco architecture which was designed by Trost and Trost and completed in 1929. At the time, this was the tallest building in Arizona.

  • 6 Heritage Square Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Monroe Street USA - Phoenix, AZ

    Bordered by Monroe Street to the north and Adams Street to the south, Heritage Square is the only historic district to have survived in Phoenix. The square is home to around a dozen buildings, notably Victorian houses built between 1895 and 1901, now..

  • 7 Security Building Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    234N 234 North Central Avenue USA - Phoenix, AZ

    Built in 1928, this is one of the few buildings of the period which is still occupied by offices and which is accessible to visitors. The lobby, splendidly decorated with polychrome marble and wood panelling, leads to a display case where a bronze by..

  • 8 Chase Field Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    401 E. Jefferson St. USA - Phoenix, AZ 85004-2438

    This "field of dreams" is a $356 million natural-grass baseball stadium with a retractable roof and a center-field swimming pool (rent: $4,300 per game) where home runs make a big splash. "The Bob," as locals know it, is home to t..

  • 9 Phoenix Art Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    1625 N. Central Ave USA - Phoenix, AZ 85004-1640

    An orientation theater introduces the 14,000-work collection, which includes a rare reproduction of Gilbert Stuart's 1796 portrait, George Washington. Arguably the most famous US portrait, it's the basis for the picture on the $1 bill. Featured is Am..

  • 10 Phoenix Zoo Interesting

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    455 N. Galvin Parkway USA - Phoenix, AZ 85008-3431

    A motorized Safari Train runs a 30min narrated loop through the four habitat areas of this 125-acre nonprofit zoo. Some 1,300 animals are resident. On the Tropics Trail, the Forest of Uco simulates a Colombian rain-forest outpost with native animals...

  • 11 South Mountain Park Preserve Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    10919 S. Central Ave. USA - Phoenix, AZ 85042-8302

    Once a Hohokam hunting ground, later a mining camp and a Depression-era work camp, this municipal park offers impressive city views from Dobbins Lookout and 58 trails for hiking, biking and riding across its 25sq mi.

  • 12 Arizona Science Center Interesting

    Museums and art

    600 Est Washington Street USA - Phoenix, AZ 85004-2303

    This concrete monolith (1997, Antoine Predock) has 350 hands-on exhibits, a five-story theater and cutting-edge planetarium. Visitors monitor activity at Sky Harbor International Airport, measure how much energy their bodies use, and experience virtu..

  • 13 Desert Botanical Garden

    Nature and gardens

    1201 North Galvin Parkway USA - Phoenix, AZ 85008-3437

    With more than 20,000 desert plants, this unique garden has won awards for environmental education. Four trails snake through the natural landscape. The brick-paved Desert Discovery Trail weaves past plants from around the world; a guide pamphlet ide..

  • 14 Hall of Flame Museum of Firefighting

    Museums and art

    6101 East Van Buren St. USA - Phoenix, AZ 85008-3421

    With more than 90 fully restored fire engines dating back to 1725, this museum lures anyone who runs to their window at the sound of a siren. Retired firefighters share tales of their profession as visitors operate alarms and see 3,000 pieces of equi..

  • 15 Pueblo Grande

    Museums and art

    4619 East Washington Street USA - Phoenix, AZ 85034-1909

    In the 14C, 1,000 people lived at this Hohokam ruin beside the head gate of the canal system. Homes, storage rooms, cemeteries and ball courts are easily discernible. Now a National Historic Landmark, the site has a museum with a theater and exhibits..

  • 16 Arizona Capitol Museum

    Museums and art

    1700 W. Washington USA - Phoenix, AZ 85003

    The Territorial Capitol when built in 1900, this tuff-and-granite structure became state capitol in 1912. Displays included artifacts from the USS Arizona, sunk at Pearl Harbor in 1941.

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