The Historic Heritage Square is like entering into a storybook perfect of the Victorian past with its eleven remaining structures and a town site. Most of the houses are refurbished to accommodate Phoenix tourists. Go for a leisurely walk around the square and visit the Rosson House Museum with its majestic pieces. The Heritage Square is where history, food, art, and leisure meet.
Chase Field is a Phoenix landmark that is difficult to miss. This is the home of the Arizona Diamondbacks and the ballpark is a landmark in itself. Enjoy your Phoenix Vacation without worrying about the heat because Chase Field has a retractable roof, fully air-conditioned and has a vast sized swimming pool. There are several activities, which you can watch such as the bull riding, monster jam, concerts, and international soccer games.
The Arizona Science Center is ideal for a Phoenix Vacation. Located at the Heritage and Science Park, it is meant to educate, entertain, and inspire visitors with its daily demonstrations, shows at the Dorrance Planetarium, summer science camp, thematic events, and the like. Visit some of its in-house permanent exhibitions as well.
The Papago Park is known as a hilly desert park with its distinctive red stone. Visit the Hole-in-the Rock and be amazed at the natural formation openings called tafoni, as well as some granite formations. The famous Hunt's Tomb can be distinctively seen which houses the Gov. Hunt's family. Appreciate the panoramic Valley of the Sun anywhere in the Papago Park.
Lastly, The Castles N' Coasters. Your Phoenix Vacation will not be complete without visiting this amusement park for kids and adults alike. This is Arizona's finest family and fun park with the infamous rides such as the hair rising Desert Storm, Patriot, Splashdown and an 18-course mini golf course. These activities will surely give you a much needed thrill.
Arizona may have been the last of the 48 contiguous United States, but it offers plenty of options for visitors from near and far. The fame of the Grand Canyon draws in visitors, but the remaining natural features, museums, and family attractions encourage...