All posts in AZ Attractions

  • Queen Mine Tours – Bisbee, Arizona
    January 29, 2014, Comments Off on Queen Mine Tours – Bisbee, Arizona

    The Queen Mine (also known as the Copper Queen) was one of the most productive mines the world has ever known. In continuous operation from 1875 to 1975, the mine […]

  • Pueblo Grande Museum Main Gallery
    Pueblo Grande Museum Archeological Park
    January 10, 2014, Comments Off on Pueblo Grande Museum Archeological Park

    Located just minutes from downtown Phoenix and Sky Harbor International Airport, the Pueblo Grande Museum Archeological Park is the site of a 1,500 year-old Native American village ruin. Around 500 […]

  • Mesa Arts Center
    Mesa Arts Center
    January 6, 2014, Comments Off on Mesa Arts Center

    The Mesa Arts Center is an architecturally stunning facility and is the largest center for the arts in Arizona. It is also the only center offering comprehensive professional performing arts, […]

  • Taliesin West
    Taliesin West
    January 2, 2014, Comments Off on Taliesin West

    Taliesin West in Scottsdale, Arizona, is a masterpiece of desert architecture, beautiful gardens and interesting history. Tucked into the foothills of the McDowell Mountain Preserve, Taliesin West was conceived by […]

  • Carriage rides in Scottsdale
    Carriage Rides for the Holidays
    December 16, 2013, Comments Off on Carriage Rides for the Holidays

    Looking for a romantic way to spend the holidays? See the holiday decorations? Find unique gifts for family and friends? How about a carriage ride through the streets of Old […]

  • Harrah's Ak-Chin Casino
    Desert After Dark: Discover What Arizona Has to Offer After Dark
    November 30, 2013, Comments Off on Desert After Dark: Discover What Arizona Has to Offer After Dark

    By Katie Snyder Arizona might be known for its clear skies, warm weather and sunny days but the fun doesn’t end when the sun goes down. From getting glammed up […]

  • Tucamcacori
    Tumacácori National Historical Park
    November 10, 2013, Comments Off on Tumacácori National Historical Park

    Beginning in the 1680s, the lush river valleys of the Pimería Alta attracted Padre Kino and other Jesuit missionaries to the Native American O’odham communities already established along the riverbanks. […]

  • Payson Rodeo
    August Doin’s — Payson Rodeo
    August 4, 2013, Comments Off on August Doin’s — Payson Rodeo

    Payson, Arizona, claims to host the world’s oldest continuous rodeo, which got its start in 1884. That makes the rodeo 129 years old as of 2013. During the first rodeo, […]

  • Prescott Rodeo
    America’s Oldest Rodeo – Prescott, Arizona
    June 26, 2013, Comments Off on America’s Oldest Rodeo – Prescott, Arizona

    In 1888, a group of merchants and businessmen in Prescott, Arizona, organized the first formal “cowboy tournament” and offered cash prizes — and professional rodeo was born. Today, rodeo has […]

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    Top 10 Things to do in Phoenix
    April 25, 2013, Comments Off on Top 10 Things to do in Phoenix

    Phoenix is a bustling metropolis, set amidst the beauty of the Sonoran Desert. With average temperatures in the 60s and 70s during the winter months, Phoenix is America’s winter playground. […]

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