Come Visit Arizona!

Come Visit Arizona!



Downtown Glendale, Arizona is a city with a diverse history that is treasured not only by its residents and community members, but also by the visitors who come and experience the roots of the city. Cowboys, farmers and ranchers wove the fabric that is the Glendale of today and visitors are afforded a number of ways to catch a glimpse of these pioneers at the many cultural and heritage attractions within the city.


Cowboys, farmers and ranchers wove the fabric that is the Glendale of today and visitors are afforded a number of ways to catch a glimpse of these pioneers at the many cultural and heritage attractions within the city. 




Come enjoy the traditional charm and romance with touches of the urban modern world. Downtown Glendale is more than a perfect blend of old with the new, without question, Glendale has a little bit of everything from shopping to great eats to exciting street fairs.


Since 1955 the Annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show has set the pace in the Arabian horse world. The first show was held at the grounds of the Arizona Biltmore Hotel which was a beautiful setting for a horse show. The Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show was a first class show from the very first day. After the show's beginnings at the Arizona Biltmore, Ann McCormick bought 150 acres in Scottsdale and made it into the horse facility known as Paradise Park which served the needs of the show for many years. Since then, the show has been held at Westworld in Scottsdale. It has grown from 50 horses to nearly 2000 horses bringing top owners, trainers and breeders from around the world competing for a chance at winning .

Biosphere 2 is located north of Tucson at the base of the stunning Santa Catalina Mountains. This one-of-a-kind facility sits on a ridge at a cool elevation of nearly 4000 feet and is surrounded by a magnificent natural desert preserve. Come experience the remarkable Biosphere 2 which Time Life Books recently named one of the 50 must see "Wonders of the World". See why visitors from around the globe journey here for this unique adventure not found anywhere else. Discover real-time research on the future of our planet as it unfolds in the specially designed mini-world. Starting at the visitor center you will get a first look at our new exhibit "Phoenix Mars Lander" which landed on Mars in the summer of 2008.   

   Camelback Mountain draws thousands of hikers each year, although hiking to the top is not for beginners. Sheer red sandstone cliffs and its telltale hump make Camelback Mountain a landmark in the Valley of the Sun. Trails vary from easy to strenuous climbs located at the base of the mountain. Trailheads and trails are open from sunrise to sunset or 7pm, which ever comes first.

Arizona Cardinals Football


Don’t miss an opportunity to check out University of Phoenix Stadium, ranked best NFL facility! Home of the Arizona Cardinals

Barrett-Jackson “The World’s Greatest Collector Car Auction”

The Barrett-Jackson Car Auction visits Scottsdale, Arizona every January. Click here to learn more about Barrett-Jackson and dates of the next car show.


Sedona Red Rocks     

Often called "Red Rock Country" Sedona is a four seasons playground for everyone. This picturesque city is surrounded by    red-rock monoliths named Coffeepot, Cathedral and Thunder Mountain. At the north end of the city is the stunning Oak Creek Canyon, a breathtaking chasm that is wildly wonderful.



Wildlife World Zoo & Aquarium, located in the West Valley first opened back in 1984. With the opening of the Aquarium, Wildlife World has solidified its position as home to Arizona's largest collection of exotic animals with over 4000 animals representing nearly 600 species. More than 500,000 people, including some 75,000 students visit annually. As a privately owned and operated institution, Wildlife World Zoo & Aquarium relies solely on gate attendance and retail sales to generate its operating and capital budgets. It receives zero public tax support, grants, or financial donations. The zoo is open 365 days a year with varying hours for different exhibits.

  Arizona Diamondbacks Baseball

From its signature swimming pool to its retractable roof, Chase Field has become one of the games’ most recognizable landmarks in Major League Baseball.



For more than 70 years, the Desert Botanical Garden has been teaching and inspiring visitors from the local community and around the world, providing research, exhibits and more designed to help us understand, protect and preserve the desert’s natural beauty. Today, the Garden features: 145 acres, 65 acres under cultivation, 50,000+ plant displays showcased in beautiful outdoor exhibits.  

Phoenix  International Raceway in Avondale, Arizona

Arizona has a little something for everyone, including racing fans! Phoenix International Raceway (PIR) experience is one-of-a-kind and something that race fans not only in the Valley of the Sun, but from all over the west and across the country come to Phoenix to enjoy.


   The Boyce Thompson Arboretum is located at Highway 60 Milepost #223 near the historic copper mining town of Superior, Arizona which is about one hour's drive due east of Phoenix on the Superstition Freeway. The Arboretum brings together plants from the Earth's many and varied deserts and dry lands and displays them alongside unspoiled examples of the native Sonoran Desert vegetation.

                 Phoenix Coyotes Hockey Arena received the prestigious Pollstar Best New Concert Venue of the Year Award in 2004, and has been recognized by as the Best Sporting Venue and Best Major Concert Venue in the Valley.

“The Urban Heart of Arizona”


Downtown Phoenix is the place where creative people come to do extraordinary things. It is the commerce and cultural capital of Arizona, representing an urban hub of performing arts venues, unique restaurants, museums, educational opportunities and diverse residential options. If you’re looking for a truly enriching environment, come to Downtown Phoenix and see what all the buzz is about.



Historical Tombstone, Arizona

Truly a historical American Landmark, Tombstone is one of America’s best examples of our 1800 western heritage, which is well preserved with original 1880’s buildings and artifacts featured in the numerous museums.

The Phoenix Open Golf Tournament

The Phoenix Open is the best attended golf tournament in the world every year. Nearly 500,000 people attend annually. Perhaps it is because of the location in beautiful Scottsdale Arizona or it could be because the best of the best in golf play at this prestigious event.


Arizona Sizzling Hot Basketball!

Official Home of the Phoenix Suns

Official Home of the Phoenix Mercury


South Mountain Park located in Phoenix, Arizona

South Mountain’s 16,000 acres of beautiful Sonoran desert makes a great place to spend the day hiking, picnicking or barbecuing with a group of friends and family. 


Pima Air and Space Museum

Is one of the largest air and space museums in the world and the largest non-government funded aviation museum offers a 100 years in aviation history. Come enjoy more than 300 aircraft and spacecraft on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, located in Tucson, Arizona.


Montezuma’s Castle National Monument, near Sedona, Arizona

One of the best preserved cliff dwellings in North America tells a 1,000 year-old story of ingenuity and survival in an unforgiving desert landscape. Also visit the nearby Montezuma Well, which is home to species of animals found nowhere else on the planet. Enjoy the trails as you explore pre-historic Sinaguan cliff dwellings, pueblo ruins and 1,000 year old irrigation ditch that is still in use by local residents today!

   The Hall of Flame Fire Museum and the National Firefighting Hall of Heroes, located in downtown Phoenix, stretches across almost an acre, featuring over 90 fully restored pieces of fire apparatus on display, dating from 1725 to 1969. Most of the exhibits are American, but they also have pieces from England, France, Austria, Germany, and Japan. The Hall of Flame sponsors the National Firefighting Hall of Heroes, which honors firefighters who have died in the line of duty or who have been decorated for heroism. The Hall also includes a gallery dedicated to the history of wildland firefighting in the United States.

London Bridge, Lake Havasu City, Arizona

Steeped in history, the London Bridge in Lake Havasu City, Arizona is just another must see hot-spot! Whether you are into hiking, boating, or just playing, Lake Havasu’s many parks have it all – plus amazing scenery.


Heard Museum

Explore the rich history of Phoenix’s first cultural attraction and see how the museum has grown to be one of the world’s finest destinations for learning about American Indian Art and cultures.


Lake Powell - Page, Arizona

The second largest man-made lake in the United States attracts nearly 3 million visitors annually. Lake Powell is 186 miles long and has 1960 miles of shoreline. There are 96 major canyons to explore but you will need a water craft for most of them. This is a great vacation destination for people who want to escape the Valley heat or those who are looking to experience the vast beauty Arizona has to offer.
   The Phoenix Zoo is one of America's most successful, privately-owned, nonprofit zoological parks. Though still comparatively young, the Phoenix Zoo has already gained an international reputation for its efforts on behalf of wildlife. The Zoo participates in numerous local and international efforts on behalf of endangered species, including the Mexican wolf, thick-billed parrot, black-footed ferret, Bornean orangutan, Sumatran tiger, Asian elephant, and many more.  

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