/ Phoenix / Places to Visit / Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park
1500 year old Hohokam ruin located in the shadow of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, which is one of only two Hohokam mounds remaining in the metro Phoenix area (the other being the underdeveloped Mesa Grande ruins).
1500 year old Hohokam ruin located in the shadow of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, which is one of only two Hohokam mounds remaining in the metro Phoenix area (the other being the underdeveloped Mesa Grande ruins). The museum and site is comparable to the more famous (and more remote) Casa Grande Ruins National Monument, but the visible ruins are not as large.
4619 E Washington St, Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Tovrea Castle is a historic structure and landmark visible to drivers on Arizona State Route 202
Spread over 140 acres inside the Papago Park, the Desert Botanical Garden houses a collection of over 21,000 desert plants across 4000 taxa, including 139 species which are rare, threatened or endangered
The Arizona Science Center in Phoenix's Heritage and Science Park features over 350 permanent hands-on exhibits along with nationally acclaimed traveling exhibits
The highest peak and most recognizable landmark of the area, Camelback Mountain is named for its silhouette that resembles the hump and head of a resting camel
Mixed use urban project which includes retail, shopping and entertainment such as a pub, comedy club, bowling alley and various restaurants
The cultural, political, and commercial center of Phoenix is Copper Square, one of the most distinctive urban centers in the southwest
The Gallery @ City Hall is a free art gallery on the first floor of the Phoenix City Hall with over 1000 works of art on display from the Phoenix Municipal Art Collection
Part of the national Orpheum Circuit, the Orpheum Theater is the highlight of downtown Phoenix's incredible historic architecture
Downtown and Central Phoenix are home to several historic neighborhoods