Desert Botanical Garden

This Garden, which spans 55 acres, is home to hundreds of different types of cactus, plants, and flowers.

Musical Instrument Museum

It is the only worldwide museum of musical instruments in the world, and its collection spans countries, styles, and eras.

Taliesin West

From 1937 until his passing in 1959 at the age of 91, Frank Lloyd Wright's winter residence and school were located in the desert at Taliesin West.

Hiking Camelback Mountain

The trek is short, in the midst of the Phoenix Valley, and has beautiful scenery.

Heard Museum

The Heard effectively tells the tales of American Indian people and is committed to the growth of American Indian art.


A number of eroded holes in a little hill made up of bare red arkosic conglomeritic sandstone called Hole-in-the-Rock.

Old Town Scottsdale

It provides luxury shopping in one of the top malls in the nation or boutique shopping featuring souvenirs, jewellery, and art with a Southwestern flair.

South Mountain Park

The park's miles of trails are perfect for mountain biking, horseback riding, and hiking.

Phoenix Art Museum

The Phoenix Art Museum is the biggest museum of the visual arts, with more than 20,000 pieces in its collection.

Phoenix Zoo

The Phoenix Zoo is recognised for housing Sumatran tigers and orangutans, as well as more than 1,400 other creatures, many of which are endangered species.