For a taste of history, visitors can explore the capitol in Phoenix. It features a museum where you can learn more about the history of Arizona. Don't forget to stop by the Museum Store for a memento.
This outdoor amphitheater can hold 8,000 people in reserved seating and another 12,000 on its grassy hillside. It plays host to a variety of music acts, a little something for everyone!
Known as the official home of the Arizona Diamondbacks, this stadium is the place to be for baseball excitement. Motor sports, concerts and a variety of other events make their way into the ballpark.
With over 50,000 plant displays, the Desert Botanical Garden has been teaching and inspiring visitors for over 70 years. Their goal is to understand, protect and preserve the desert.
These 19,840 acres of desert and mountains became the first regional park in the Maricopa County Park System in 1954. Located near the meeting of the Gila and Agua Fria Rivers in the southwest Valley, the park includes a large wetland, or riparian, area. The majority of the park remains pristine desert, very similar in appearance to the landscape seen by the first settlers and explorers. Today, many amenities are available to visitors, including the only grass picnic area in the Maricopa County Park System.
Home of the NHL's Phoenix Coyotes, the arena also plays host to a number of entertainment events throughout the year, from concerts to non-ice related sporting events. Tons of excitement here.
Part of a $108 million baseball complex, Goodyear Ballpark currently hosts spring training for both the Cleveland Indians and Cincinnati Reds, among many other events throughout the year like movies at the ballfield, holiday festivals and more.
If you love NASCAR, the PIR is your destination. It hosts not one, but two NASCAR race weekends each and every year. It's the first and last west coast venue on the schedule.
The Phoenix Zoo is focused on inspiring visitors to care for the natural world. Come check out hundreds of animals, many of which are endangered.
Situated in downtown Phoenix, this sports and entertainment arena is home to the NBA's Phoenix Suns along with the Phoenix Mercury of the WNBA. Check their calendar for tons of events all year long.
Historic appeal meets modern adventure. This luxurious and intimate vacation spot has something for everyone, whether you're planning a romantic getaway for two, or a pool-splashing family vacation.
Walk on the wild side! Experience Arizona's largest collection of exotic animals from hundreds of species. With an African Safari Train and Australian Boat rides, this destination is sure to delight your entire family.
Located in Glendale, this 63,400-seat facility is the home of the NFL's Arizona Cardinals as well as the annual Fiesta Bowl. In the off-season, it's also the location of everything from home shows to food and music festivals.
This nonprofit community hospital provides everything from emergency services to general surgery, medical imaging and complete programs for women and infant care.
Opened in December of 2008, the center provides personalized, integrative cancer care for its numerous patients. Renowned for innovative therapies and boundless compassion, the center is a beacon of hope.
This renowned facility serves thousands of patients each year. Their practice centers on specialized and surgical care for adults. A focus on teamwork enables them go above and beyond for each patient.
One of the largest children's hospitals in the country, this place of hope and healing provides specialty care for children and families living in Arizona and the Southwest.
Once a facility for the U.S. Navy, the City of Phoenix purchased the airport in 1968. Over the years it has gone through numerous expansions to best serve the region.
While it works perfectly as a bustling hub for air travelers, the airport also has numerous shops, restaurants and museum exhibits. Next time you experience a delay, feel free to explore.
Cutting-edge surgical technology, state-of-the-art obstetrics and comprehensive care for residents of the West Valley, this hospital is highly recognized for its outstanding services.
The Times Square of the West. Anchored by Jobing.com Arena and University of Phoenix Stadium off Loop 101 and Glendale Avenue, is bringing 6.5 million square feet of shops, restaurants, offices, theaters and residential units to Glendale.
With award winning programs, 300+ majors, top faculty and a student body of over 70,000, ASU is a fantastic school for the quintessential college experience, as well as preparation for a successful future.
Located in Glendale, this school offers degree opportunities in applied computing, teacher education, criminal justice and more. ASU's West campus serves a unique group of nearly 9,000 students.
Established in 1992 to serve one of the fastest growing regions in the country, Estrella Mountain provides a broad range of engaging courses to help jump start rewarding careers.
Since 1965, Glendale Community College has offered a variety of classes and programs along with an exceptional faculty and helpful services. Students here receive the knowledge, skills and support needed to thrive.
Thunderbird is a top-ranked school of international business whose commitment to global citizenship is reinforced by their "Oath of Honor" - a creed all students sign and recite, pledging to uphold ethical and sustainable standards in business.
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