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Pueblo Grande Museum Archaeological Park

0.97 miles away

The Pueblo Grande Museum Archaeological Park is located in Phoenix, Arizona. The park features two sites that are inhabited by prehistoric Puebloan cultures the Little Colorado site and the Kayenta site. The Little Colorado site is a small village that was occupied from about AD 800 to 1250. The Kayenta site is a large village that was occupied from about AD 1300 to 1450.

The museum features exhibits on the archaeology of the two sites, as well as displays on the history of the Puebloan people and the Navajo Nation. The park also has a museum store that sells souvenirs and books on Arizona history.

Desert Botanical Garden

3.31 miles away

Located in the heart of Phoenix, the Desert Botanical Garden is a lush oasis in the middle of a desert. The garden is home to more than 10,000 plants from all over the world, and it's free to visit. There are also several gardens inside the botanical garden, including a rose garden, an herb garden, and a desert garden. The Desert Botanical Garden also has a conservatory, which houses a variety of plants from around the world.

Heritage & Science Park/Historic Heritage Square

3.77 miles away

The Heritage & Science Park/Historic Heritage Square Phoenix is a 20-acre park that preserves and showcases the history of Phoenix. The park contains historical buildings and monuments, as well as gardens, ponds, and a wildlife refuge. The Heritage & Science Park also hosts cultural events, such as concerts and festivals.

Arizona Science Center

3.79 miles away

Arizona Science Center Phoenix is one of the most popular attractions in the state of Arizona. This iconic science center has something for everyone, with exhibits on natural history, earth and space science, technology, mathematics, and more. A highlight of the Arizona Science Center Phoenix are the IMAX theaters, which offer stunning views of nature and world-class films.

St. Mary's Roman Catholic Basilica

4.00 miles away

St. Mary's Roman Catholic Basilica Phoenix is a historic church located on Central Avenue in Phoenix, Arizona. The basilica is the mother church of the Maricopa County Roman Catholic Archdiocese and the seat of the Archbishop of Phoenix. The church was designed by noted Phoenix architect Virgil I. Vogel. It is a Romanesque Revival architecture style building made of pinkish buff-colored bricks with a tile roof.

Geographical Center of Phoenix, Arizona

4.24 miles away

The geographic center of Phoenix, Arizona is located at 33rd Avenue and Van Buren. This spot is also the location of the city's first water pump.

The Phoenix Convention Center is also located at this location. It was built and has been renovated a few times since then. The convention center has a capacity of 10,000 people.

Another tourist attraction in the Phoenix area that is located at the geographic center of the city is the Light Art Museum.

Phoenix Metropolitan Area

4.31 miles away

Phoenix is a major metropolitan area in the U.S. state of Arizona. The metropolitan area is named for the city of Phoenix, which served as its original capital. With a population of nearly 6 million as of 2015, it is the most populous metropolis in Arizona, and the 16th most populous in the United States. Phoenix is also the fifth most populous city in the United States, behind New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago and Dallas. The metropolitan area is home to approximately 4 million people who live in an area larger than that of 22 individual U.S. states.

The Phoenix metropolitan area is one of the fastest-growing regions in the United States, with an annual growth rate of 2.5%. As of 2010, it was estimated to have a GDP of $124 billion. The metropolitan area's economic engines are health care, international trade, technology companies and tourism. Agriculture and food processing are also significant parts of the economy. In addition to its economic impact, Phoenix has a significant impact on public policy; it is one of only two U.S. cities with a veto power on legislation that affects their residents (the other being New York City).

Taste It Tours

4.33 miles away

Taste It Tours offers a food tour of Phoenix that includes a visit to some of the city's most popular restaurants. The tour begins at Sweet Tomatoes Café and ends at Pizzeria Bianco, both of which serve up delicious Italian food. You will also get to try some Arizona-made wine at each stop on the tour.

If you're looking for a more adventurous culinary experience, Taste It Tours also offers a wine tour of Phoenix. This tour takes you to several wineries located in and around the city. The tour lasts about four hours and includes tastings of different types of wines.

If you're not interested in food or wine, there are plenty of other options available through Taste It Tours. The company offers tours that focus on different types of art, including a gallery tour and a museum tour. There are also tours that focus on shopping and sightseeing, as well as walking tours that cover all parts of the city. Whatever your interests may be, there is likely a Taste It Tours tour that will suit them.

The Phoenix Police Museum

4.36 miles away

The Phoenix Police Museum is a museum located in downtown Phoenix, Arizona, that preserves police history and artifacts. The museum is housed in the oldest continuously operated municipal building in the United States.

The museum has a collection of over 10,000 objects, including firearms, vehicles, and uniforms. It also has a library and archives that contain materials on police history, officer training, and crime prevention. The museum is open from Monday to Saturday 9 am to 5 pm, and on Sundays from 1 pm to 4 pm. Admission is free.

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