For a peaceful walk with beautiful scenery I’ve been here several times. And during part of the warmer times of the year there are so many butterflies to be seen nearby. Around the Christmas holidays they normally have live music Christmas lights and my favorite was the hot apple cider drinks.
A very special place to take a stroll and see how lush the desert can be. Food and drink available on-site.
Amazing collection of desert plants and flowers, with lots of info/history, well laid out.
Absolutely beautiful and a great way to learn about Arizona's indigenous plant and animal life.
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“The Phoenix Zoo is one of the largest non-profit zoos in the United States, caring for more than 3,000 animals, with nearly 400 species represented, including many threatened or endangered species.”
“The native culture is a major part of Arizona and if you want to understand the amazing history of the tribes in this area through engaging exhibits, don't miss it. It's a must-visit for a visit to AZ! ”
“Absolute best spot on a mountain to view the Phoenix Valley. Be aware, although it is a short hike, the trek can be rather steep in some areas. Moderate-high difficulty level. Very popular hike in the city so hike out early if you'd prefer to avoid crowds.”
“Phoenix Art Museum has become the largest art museum in the southwestern United States, providing access to art from all over the world to the people of Arizona. Throughout the year the museum presents festivals, live performances, independent art films and educational programs that enlighten, entertain and stimulate. W 10am-9pm; Th-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 12pm-5pm. First Friday 6pm-10pm.”
“Beautiful area of ponds, pinic areas, bike trails and hike trails. Their are a few parks with ponds to check out some Arizona wildlife. The Hole-in-the-Rock is the reddish mountain formation. The hike trail there is easy and short, but again, a popular spot for sunset views of Tempe.”