Phoenix Sights A to Z
A.S.U. Art Museum
Great site for viewing exhibits of contemporary American, Hispanic, and Arizona artwork, among other categories.
One Phoenix's most elegant hotels and an architectural landmark, its design influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Arizona Science Center
Visitor guide to Arizona Science Center, including when to go, how long to stay, what to see
Champlin Fighter Museum
World War I and II aircraft, jets, and automatic weapons.
Deer Valley Rock Art Center
From your About Guide to Phoenix. Great article with photos on this petroglyph site with more than 1,500 petroglyphs up to 10,000 years old.
Desert Botanical Garden
One of the world's finest collections of desert plants.
One of the last designs by Frank Lloyd Wright.
From your About Guide to Phoenix. Judy Hedding provides details and links about the most interesting ghost towns within 100 miles of Phoenix.
Goldfield and the Lost Dutchman Mine
A replica of an 1890's mining town, near the Superstition Mountains.
An extensive collection of art and artifacts of the Native Americans of the Southwest.
McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park
Brief description with address and contact number. From Scottsdale.
A dream castle built for young Mary Lou Gulley by her father. Built of stone, adobe, automobile parts and petroglyphs.
Papago Park and Hole-in-the Rock
Red sandstone buttes and eroded rock formations. A great place for hiking.
Phoenix Art Museum
One of the largest general visual arts institutions in the Southwest.
2.5 miles of walking trails and 1,200 animals on display.
Superstition Mountain Museum
Visitor guide to Superstition Mountain Museum near Phoenix, Arizona
Frank Lloyd Wright's winter "camp" and architectural school.
Tempe Historical Museum
Hohokam and pioneer history. Information, exhibits, and historic archives, many online. From the city.
Built by chewing gum magnate, William Wrigley, Jr., as a 50th wedding anniversary gift for his wife Ada.