The magnificent Wrigley Mansion, which sits atop a prominent knoll overlooking Phoenix, is just a short drive northeast of the city centre.
The Goldfield Ghost Town is located on the eastern suburbs of Phoenix, at the foot of the rising Superstition Mountains. This well-known tourist destination was formerly a bustling mining town.
The enormous South Mountain Park is located close to the south of the city centre, and is one of the world's largest urban parks.
More of the city's lovely desert scenery may be found in Papago Park, which also offers a variety of interesting activities and recreational options.
The beautiful Japanese Friendship Garden is located just north of Downtown Phoenix and is a beautiful and relaxing place to visit.
Set right at the foot of the stunning Superstition Mountains is the Lost Dutchman State Park which is very popular among both nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts alike.
Just a few decades ago, a shabby, decaying, and even deadly district was transformed into one of downtown's most active areas.
Located just a short drive to the north of the city center is the humongous Heard Museum which boasts a captivating collection of Native American artworks, artifacts and archaeological findings.
Camelback Mountain, one of the most well-known and well-known features in the area, is located between Phoenix and Paradise Valley to the northeast of the city.
Part of the Greater Phoenix Area, Scottsdale is home to a lovely Old Town that is full of fun things for you to see and do.
The wonderful Musical Instrument Museum, located just twenty minutes north of the city centre, is one of the largest and best museums of its kind.
One of the most popular, peaceful and picturesque places to visit in Phoenix is the delightful Desert Botanical Garden which lies at the north end of Papago Park.