Independent guides to Arizona tourist destinations, attractions, B&Bs, hotels, lodging. Lots of links and insider tips. We'll tell you about the good, the bad and the ugly.
World's Smallest Museum, one of Arizona's finest roadside attractions in Superior on historic US 60, showcases "artifacts of ordinary life," and by doing so, honors the world's extra-ordinary workforce! From a large iron kettle filled with ancient bits and pieces of pottery to the computer on display, a true memorium is subtly woven in one's mind that honors common people
Museum of Northern Arizona. Founded in 1928 as a community effort by a group of Flagstaff citizens
Fort Tuthill Military Museum .Constructed in 1929, Fort Tuthill was considered one of the finest National Guard Training facilities in the U.S. The Fort served as the permanent field-training site for the 158th Infantry Regiment of the Arizona National Gaurd.
Jerome Winery Our vintner's philosophy is very spartenistic; create wines that are enjoyable for the novice and the connoisseur alike. 403 Clark St.; Jerome, AZ 86331
The Grand Canyon Over 90% of Grand Canyon visitors travel to the South Rim and its Grand Canyon Village where amenities and lodging comforts are more amiable to family travel adventure. The South Rim is open year-round and offers over 2,000 hotel rooms and in addition to hotels, it bustles with lodging accommodations, restaurants, museums, souvenir shopping and the convenience of park ranger services and programs.
Hoover Dam was completed in 1936. The Dam is a National Historic Landmark and has been rated by the American Society of Civil Engineers as one of America's Seven Modern Civil Engineering Wonders. It is 726.4 feet from foundation rock to the roadway on the crest of the dam. The towers and ornaments on the parapet rise 40 feet above the crest. There are 4,360,000 cubic yards of concrete in the dam, powerplant and appurtenant works. This much concrete would build a monument 100 feet square and 2-1/2 miles high; would rise higher than the Empire State Building (which is 1,250 feet) if placed on an ordinary city block; or would pave a standard highway 16 feet wide, from San Francisco to New York City.
of Arizona Museum of Art located on the University of Arizona campus,
near Park Avenue and Speedway Boulevard in Tucson, AZ - actually there
are four great museums in walking distance from each other. The University
of Arizona Museum of Art + Center for Creative Photography+Arizona State
Museum+Arizona Historical Society.
The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is a world-renowned zoo, natural history museum and botanical garden, all in one place!
Historic Route 66 Museum Kingman, AZ - The Heart of Historic Route 66 - also in the area is the Mohave Museum of History and Arts 400 West Beale St.and the Kingman Army Airfield Museum at 4540 Flightline Drive.
The Thing?: 2631 N Johnson Rd, Dragoon, AZ - What could The Thing be? Arizona is sandwiched between New Mexico where the world's first nuclear bomb explosion took place, and Nevada which was the site of many nuclear bomb tests in the 50's.
Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge, 1500 Highway 286, 38 miles south of Three Points on Highway 286, Tucson, AZ - home to a multitude of deer, antelope, javelina and many species of birds
Arizona Museum Association includes the Ak-Chin Him-Dak Eco-Museum
& Archives, the American Museum of Nursing, the Arizona Doll &
Toy Museum, the Arizona Historical Society, the Arizona Military Museum,
the Arizona Mining and Mineral Museum, the Arizona Museum for Youth, the
Arizona State University 1907 Archives Gallery, the Arizona State University
Computing Commons Gallery, the The Bead Museum, the Boyce Thompson Arboretum,
the Desert Botanical Garden, the George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural
Center, the Hall of Flame Museum of Firefighting, the The Medical Museum,
the Mesa Southwest Museum, the Museo Chicano (Chicano Museum), the Phoenix
Police Museum, the The Phoenix Zoo
Arcosanti - Italian architect Paolo Soleri had a vision of what the future will look like and here is where the beinging of the future is.
Queen Mine Tour Don the mining lanterns, hats and slickers of the miners, Ride the mine train deep into the mineSearch for remaining veins of copper, gold, turquoise, silver, lead and zinc, and experience the life of the miners as they toiled in the subterranean tunnels.Bisbee, AZ, ph1-866-432-2071 toll-free
Web Theatre, 600 East Van Buren St, Phoenix, AZ - Built in 1911 located in the heart of downtown Phoenix's Copper Square- close to dining and shopping at the Arizona Center
World's Oldest Rodeo , U.S. Route 89 & State Route 69, (address is approximate; P. O. Box 2037), Phoenix, AZ since 1888 - see it on the Fourth of July
Orpheum Theater, 203 West Adams St, (Second Avenue & Adams Street), Phoenix, AZ - 1929, the Spanish Baroque-style building on the National Register of Historic Places
The Heard Museum in 2301 N. Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ , is a private, non-profit museum founded in 1929 by Dwight B. and Maie Bartlett Heard to house their personal collection of cultural and fine art. More than seven decades of history have transformed the world famous Heard Museum into what USA Today describes as "the nation's most prestigious private Indian arts center."
The Apache and Sitgreaves National Forests locals and visitors think this place is spooky - with alien sightings and what all.
Mystery Castle, 800 East Mineral Road, Phoenix, Arizona Here is a 3-story castle constructed of adobe, cement, goat's milk, stone, automobile parts and petroglyphs completed in 1945 it features 8,000-square-foot and 13 fireplaces, - RECOMMENDED
Lowell Observatory 1400 Mars Hill Road, Flagstaff - where the planet Pluto was discovered in 1930
McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park - 7301 East Indian Bend Road, (at Scottsdale Road), Scottsdale - Take a ride on the Paradise and Pacific Railroad and antique carousel. Visit a variety of shops and museum or play in one of the spacious playgrounds, or just relax in the grass under a tree or in one of the park's picnic ramadas. A good place for families.
Borgata of Scottsdale- 6166 North Scottsdale Road, (between Lincoln & McDonald drives), Scottsdale, AZ - a 14th-century Italian hill village, the cobbled walks, bubbling fountains and stone turrets - all fake but with fun shopping boutiques.
Vortexes of Sedona - swirling centers of subtle energy coming out from the surface of the earth. The vortex energy is not exactly electricity or magnetism, although it does leave a slight measurable residual magnetism in the places where it is strongest.
Snoopy Rock - in the Sedona Red Rock desert area- with a little imagination, you can see Snoopy lying on top of his doghouse
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