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.
Evening shows are offered Tuesday and Thursday nights from Sept.-Nov. and Feb.-April. Shows begin promptly at 6:30 p.m. and last approximately 30 to 50 minutes. Weather permitting; viewing though ASU telescopes follows each show. Reservations are required for all evening shows.Tempe, AZ Planetariums
Besh-Ba-Gowah is an ancient ruin unlike the others. Here you are encouraged to walk within the rooms of this 700 year old pueblo, climb ladders into the upper stories, and see the utensils, pottery and furbishings that were a part of life in pre-Columbian times.Globe, AZ Archaeology
There's a long association between the name of St. Augustine and the Tucson area, dating back to the Spanish military and missionary presence in the 1700s. There were two villages with the name of San Agustín del Tucson. The first was situated at the foot of today'Tucson, AZ Historic Churches
An Arizona Historic Site, the Cosanti Foundation is a unique complex of desert-appropriate, experimental, concrete structures designed and constructed by Paolo Soleri, world recognized architect and originator of the "arcology" concept with the help of students from around the world.Scottsdale, AZ Arts