Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Tempe

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  • 1. Arizona State University Art Museum

    This museum is in the gray-purple stucco Nelson Fine Arts Center, just north of Gammage Auditorium on the Arizona State campus. For a relatively small...Read More

  • 2. Encanto Park

    North Central Phoenix

    Urban Encanto (Spanish for "enchanted") Park covers 222 acres at the heart of one of Phoenix's oldest residential neighborhoods. There are many attractions, including picnic...Read More

  • 3. Frontier Town

    The pseudo-Western Frontier Town has wooden sidewalks, ramshackle buildings, and souvenir shops....Read More

  • 4. Goldfield Ghost Town

    Goldfield became an instant town of about 4,000 residents after a gold strike in 1892; it dried up five years later when the gold mine...Read More

  • 5. Jail Tree

    Prisoners were chained to this now 200-year-old mesquite tree on the northeast corner of Wickenburg Way and Tegner Street. The desert heat sometimes finished them...Read More

  • 6. Papago Park

    An amalgam of hilly desert terrain, streams, and lagoons, this park has picnic ramadas (shaded, open-air shelters), a golf course, a playground, hiking and biking...Read More

  • 7. South Mountain Park

    South Phoenix

    The world's largest city park (almost 17,000 acres) offers a wilderness of mountain-desert trails for hikers, bikers, and horseback riders—and a great place to view...Read More

  • 8. Tempe Town Lake

    The human-made Town Lake has turned downtown Tempe into a commercial and urban-living hot spot, and attracts college students and Valley residents of all ages....Read More

  • 9. Scottsdale Historical Museum

    Old Town

    Scottsdale's first schoolhouse, this redbrick building houses a reconstruction of the 1910 schoolroom, as well as photographs, original furniture from the city's founding fathers, and...Read More

  • 10. Wells Fargo History Museum

    Downtown Phoenix

    This Wild West museum isn't very big, but there are lots of things to see, including an authentic 19th-century stagecoach and a replica that you...Read More

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