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There's no place on earth quite like the Grand Canyon State. It's not just the landscapes, which take in tall mountain ranges, swift rivers, grasslands, sand dunes, and cactus forests. It's not just the storied past, which reaches back thousands of years. It's not just the people, a vibrant blend of cultures and traditions. It's all these things, and the way they come together, that make a visit to Arizona a truly unforgettable experience.



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Arizona Temple Visitors Center

The Arizona Temple is a noted landmark with beautifully manicured gardens throughout the grounds. Stroll around meticulously manicured gardens or investigate a fanciful cactus garden. Come for your free tour of the visitors'

Mesa, AZ Historic Churches

SW Mus. of Eng., Communications, and Computation

The Southwest Museum of Engineering, Communications and Computation (SMECC) offices are located in the old Coury House in Historic Downtown Glendale in a section known as 'Catlin Court.'

Glendale, AZ Museums

Boyce Arboretum Trails

In the Boyce Thompson Arboretum's 323 acre park there are more than two miles of winding paths and shaded trails for visitors to explore. Arizona newspaper reader polls voted BTA the "best day trip" in Arizona.

, AZ Hiking Trails

Hotel St. Michael

The cornerstone of historic "Whiskey Row," Hotel St. Michael, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, represents the coming of age of Prescotts hostelries. Constructed on the site of the modest Hotel Burke, which burned in 1900

Prescott, AZ Historic Hotels

Apache Trail

The Apache Trail Historic Road was designated a historic road on June 20, 1986

Apache Junction, AZ Landmarks

Old Post Office

The Old Brick Post Office was built in 1930 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Before the time of the boardwalks, a single window served the people arriving on horseback to get their mail. This may have been the forerunner of the "drive - up window!"

Wickenburg, AZ Historic Buildings


Desert Oasis Aquatic Center

This aquatic facility won the 1993 Arizona Parks & Recreation Outstanding Facility Award. The Aquatic Center includes a zero depth area with kiddie slide, rain drop and spray whale, 25 yard eight lane competition area, 1-meter diving board, 112

Chandler, AZ Water Parks

Petrified Forest NP Horseback Riding

Horseback riding and pack animals are permitted in the wilderness. Overnight campers are limited to 6 animals. All feed and water must be packed in. All regulations pertain to horse use in the wilderness. Riders must park their vehicles and enter the wilderness at Kachina Point. A 1

, AZ Equestrian

E. Bowman, PRCA Champ

Everett Bowman made Wickenburg his home after a highlighted career as a World Champion, All-Around Cowboy. Born in Hope, New Mexico in July, 1899, Everett Bowman was World Champion in 1935 - 1937; champion steer wrestler in 1930, 1935 and 1938; champion steer roper in 1927;

Wickenburg, AZ Famous People

Santa Fe Depot

The Santa Fe Depot at Wickenburg, Arizona, was the last of the original wooden depots on the Santa Fe Railroad Line by the 1920s, when Santa Fe decided the "old wooden depot"

Wickenburg, AZ Railroad History