With its interesting museums, highly acclaimed restaurants, recreational parks, and arts and cultural attractions, there are many things to do in Phoenix. That being said, it’s a great place to take a day or weekend trip out in to the desert, as its nearby to a number of beautiful arid landscapes. To help you plan your trip, here are five ways to explore the desert from Phoenix.
For couples wanting a romantic vacation, Phoenix is a great destination. Full of opportunities for desert views, wine tasting, natural experiences and ambient bars and restaurants, you and your special someone will be able to make unforgettable memories together into a beautiful place.
A historic structure that is now part of the Phoenix Park System, Tovrea Castle is a must-see when visiting Phoenix. It’s considered a Phoenix Point of Pride, a title referencing 33 landmarks representing the city’s best features.
For those spending New Year’s Eve in Phoenix, there are many ways to celebrate. Concerts, multi-day runs, family-friendly zoo outings, comedy shows, parties and more are all options for ways to ring in the new year.
For those spending Christmas in Phoenix, there are many experiences to be had. From special holiday dinners to enchanting lights displays to Christmas performances, you’ll have many activity options to choose from.
Located in Scottsdale’s Old Town district, the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMoCA) is a must-visit for anyone interested in creativity and design. The institution is dedicated to “presenting exhibitions on contemporary and modern art, architecture, and design,” and features five different galleries hosting permanent collection items and traveling exhibitions.
Have you ever watched an eagle soar above you and wondered what kind of view does he have up there? On my trip to Phoenix, Arizona, my friend Kas and I were able to tour the Grand Canyon, from the view of an eagle, thanks to Viator. Our tour included a 250 mile each way [...]
Located about three hours away, Tombstone is a worthwhile day trip from Phoenix. Nicknamed the “Town Too Tough to Die,” one of the top reasons to visit the historic western city of Tombstone is to explore its Wild West offerings.
Visiting the Grand Canyon from Phoenix is a popular thing to do for Arizona travelers. Located about three hours and 30 minutes apart from one another, it’s possible to do as a day trip, weekend getaway or continuation of the vacation. To help you enjoy scenic drives and worthwhile experiences when visiting the Grand Canyon from Phoenix, here are some suggestions.