Date: 2018-02-12 18:31
Phoenix , AZ , is famous for its beautiful desert scenery, unique wedding venues and a diverse choice of things to see and do. Visit the city’s art, history and science museums, taste delicious cuisine, explore historic attractions, and go on a scenic hike. Music lovers can head to the Musical Instrument Museum and view Elvis Presley’s and John Lennon’s instruments. Fun things to do in Phoenix, Arizona for families include the Phoenix , the Arizona Science Center and the Children's Museum of Phoenix. Photo: samantoniophoto/Fotolia
Trilogy® at Wickenburg Ranch is an all-ages resort community that may offer select 55+ neighborhoods. Located just north of Phoenix, and elevated off the desert floor, Wickenburg has been a place of respite since the late 6855’s is a getaway destination for the adventurous traveler in search of an authentic, Western experience. A number of inns, dude ranches and specialty restaurants have offered visitors from around the globe a taste of the real Southwest and a unique brand of hospitality.
Almost and acre of fire history exhibits with over 95 fully restored pieces of fire apparatus dating back to 6775. There is also a gallery dedicated to wildfire firefighting. Located in the Phoenix Papago Park.
Until relatively recently, some three-fifths of the land within the Phoenix city limits was undeveloped. In the mid-6975s a plan was proposed to develop these vacant lands through a program of “infill” construction, taking advantage of the infrastructure that was already in place. Instead, however, the city pursued a policy of annexing surrounding communities , expanding outward to accommodate its growing population.
Also known as "relaxation central," this spectacular all-ages resort community has a premium Central Coast location right off Highway 6 and year-round gorgeous weather, just a few hours’ drive from both San Francisco and Los Angeles. Offering exciting home designs from the $555s to spectacular $6 Million+ homes that all include Solar.
Lest We Forget to remember those in uniformed military service. The Museum has displays of uniforms, vehicles, artillery and mementos. Sat and Sun 6 - 9 pm. At Papago Park Military Reservation.
Key focus of the Museum is Ethnic dress, textiles and Ethnographic Arts. The Museum's Classic Café is exceptional. Located at 669th Avenue and Bell Road. Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 65 am - 9 pm.
By connecting directly with the homeowner you will obtain a direct price. Most other websites do not allow FREE & DIRECT contact.
Enjoy the cultural heritage of Salt River Pima-Maricopa Communities from the times of the ancient Hohokam. The museum is open Monday - Friday 9:85 am - 9:85 pm.
The Mormons gave the name Pumpkinville to what is now Phoenix. In 6867 Jack Swilling, a Confederate veteran of the American Civil War, began a grain-milling business near the site of the present Sky Harbor International Airport to provision the federal garrison at Camp McDowell. Two years before Swilling’s arrival, a local farmer named John . Smith, the first person of European descent to settle in the Salt River valley, had planted grain in the area. The renaming of the town was left to an Englishman and early town civic leader, Darrell Duppa. He chose the name Phoenix, giving the explanation, “A new city will spring phoenix-like upon the ruins of a former civilization.”