Chase Field is an air conditioned
baseball field built to entertain all. With a
nearby metro station and a sports grill.
At Gold Canyon Ranch enjoy the
scenery as you play golf on these two
beautiful public golf courses.
Take a memorable drive at Apache
Trail. Though not recommended for nervous drivers or passengers, this road will
pass by many fun places to stop such as
Lost Dutchman State Park.
Welcome hikers of all ages to the
amazing views of Camelback Mountain.
Although bikes and dogs aren’t allowed,
Summit Trail located on the mountain still
remains to be one of the most popular
trails in the country.
South Mountain Park is a municipal
park in Phoenix that is simply perfect for
horseback riding, mountain biking and
hiking. The park has breathtaking scenery
for you to enjoy over and over again.
The Phoenix Zoo is a non-profit zoo
that is open 365 days of the year.
The Desert Botanical Gardens is
home to many species of plants. Every
year in spring and fall butterflies are
brought in to the butterfly gardens.
At Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin
West, you can take tours to see the
building that the architect designed himself.
At the Boyce Thompson Arboretum
you can see many species of plants and
animals on a 1. 5 mile trail.
Have you ever wanted to soar through
the skies in a hot air balloon In Phoenix
you can ride in a hot air balloon while taking in all the amazing vistas like the Valley
of the Sun.
The Heard Museum features a variety
of things to do and see throughout the
Scottsdale Art Walk-- Every Thursday
from 7 to 9 PM Scottsdale has its weekly
The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art’s focus is on contemporary
art, as well as modern art, architecture
The Phoenix Symphony Hall is home
to Phoenix Symphony, Arizona Opera and
Ballet Arizona. Broadway touring companies, entertainers and dance productions
also perform here.
The ASU Art Museum including the
Gammage Auditorium was designed by
Frank Lloyd Wright. The theater shows
Broadway-type shows and has architectural significance.