Top 3 Landmarks in Phoenix, AZ

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113 N. Sixth St, Phoenix, AZ 85004

Since 1895

Landmarks, Home School Programs, Schools and Scouts, Family Fun, Exhibits, Collections, Rentals, Weddings, Education Events, Film & Photo Shoots

These popular destinations are nestled within and around Heritage Square Park - An ideal location for weddings, festivals, banquets and other special events

Wed - Sat : 10.00 am - 3:00 pm Sun : 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

I love historic house tours and this one is no exception. My grandma was in town from out of state and when looking for things to do this came to mind. The tour is only an hour long and is very reasonably priced. When going during the week expect to get a semi-private tour, as its not terribly busy. Our tour guide was very knoweldgeable and we really enjoyed the stories he told about the home and the families. I would definately recommend this to people of all ages wanting to learn more about Ph
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2301 North Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85004

Since 1929

Garden, Art Exhibition, American Indian Art and History Museum, Dining at the Heard, Museum Shops, Private Events, Current Exhibits, Calendar of Events, Library & Archives

Free admission from 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm every First Friday except March - Free public guided tours are offered daily at noon, 2:00 pm and 3:00 pm

Price: Adults - $18, Seniors (65+) - $13.50, Students (college with I.D.) - $7.50, Children 6-17 years - $7.50

Mon - Sat : 9:30 am - 5:00 pm Sun : 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

This is a beautiful museum housed in an exquisite building. If you've ever seen Love in the Time of Cholera, you have an idea of the architecture of this building. The Heard Museum honors indigenous life and culture in a non-stereotypical way, in addition to poignantly highlighting many of the transgressions against Native Americans by European settlers. The boarding school exhibit was truly moving, and it did not shy away from portraying some of the most brutal moments from this sad part of A
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5225 E. Camelback Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85018

Since 1952

Tours, Educational Programs, Exhibitions, Lectures, Events and Performances, Research Facilities, Inspire Creativity in Future Generations of Artists & Architects

The designed a home for his son David and daughter-in-law Gladys on 10 acres in the middle of citrus groves at the base of Camelback Mountain in Phoenix, Arizona

Mon, Wed - Fri : 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Tue : 10:00 am - 3:00 pm Sat & Sun : Closed

This home is unique and worth a visit. I loved it a lot more than his other homes, which are a bit more bland. The home is round and has a circular, maze-like pathway to get in. Speaking of, the actual entrance is from the nearby church. Go to the back of the parking lot and there is a door. When I got there, there were a couple of other groups there, but no tour guide. We roamed through the house freely - the other people took their shoes off, but I just put on the white scrubs for your feet be
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