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  • The Phoenix Children's Museum
    This is the most amazing children's museum we've been at. My children just couldn't get enough of it. There are so many interactive things to do for them and all those great, innovative ideas give you ideas too. The Noodle Forest, with [...]
    D: 11.1mi00
  • El Bravo Restaurant in Phoenix
    El Bravo has been there almost 30 years now, and is still pumping up with great food and popularity. No wonder, their dishes are absolutely delicious. They have the most tasty green tamales, Mexican tacos (which is enough for two, or for a [...]
    D: 18.1mi00
  • Heard Museum in Phoenix
    A museum dedicated to Native Americans, their culture, life, future and art. It has some interactive exhibitions, where kids can take home useful and interesting objects, either made by themselves or the staff. The whole place is full of [...]
    D: 12.7mi00
  • Kai Restaurant in Phoenix
    The restaurant is located at the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort and after my opinion it is one of the best restaurants in Phoenix. Featuring mainly (Native) American cuisine the restaurant is rich in Native American history, culture and [...]
    D: 3mi00
  • Scottsdale Old Town and Art District near Phoenix
    Though called old town, Scottsdale's Old Town is actually not so old, only a bit more than 50, and still when you walk down the streets you feel like you're in a Western movie, only the buildings look more modern, and not that dusty. :) [...]
    D: n/a00
  • Frank & Alberts in Phoenix
    Frank & Alberts is a place where you eat delicious food presented with creativity and care. The dishes we ordered looked so good on the plates we were reluctant to eat them :) But we still did and they were delicious. The place has a good [...]
    D: 15mi00
  • The Royal Palms Resort & Spa in Phoenix
    It's no wonder they call it 'royal', because that is the way we felt during our stay in that amazing hotel: like royalty. The staff was really great, paying attention to our needs and making our stay at the hotel as pleasant as they could. [...]
    D: 13.6mi00
  • South Mountain Park Trails in Phoenix
    Though the South Mountain Education Center closed down in April due to budget reductions the hiking trails are still open to the public. When we visited Phoenix we decided to dedicate one of our days to climbing and hiking. So we went [...]
    D: 6.8mi00
  • JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa in Phoenix
    This place has everything to have the greatest relaxation time ever. It has pool, spa, golf and tennis club. We spent the last day of our holiday just lazing around by the pool, enjoying a really good massage in the spa resort and having a [...]
    D: 25.9mi00
  • Phoenix Art Museum
    This Museum is truly amazing. There are so many things to see, the museum focusing on several subjects ranging from art to history. We took part on the South Wing Overview guided tour which presented us contemporary paintings and modern [...]
    D: 12.3mi00
  • The Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix
    This is maybe the best place to visit in Phoenix. It has almost everything that can be of interest to birdwatchers, contemporary art lovers, wildlife-research maniacs or culture oriented people. For me, the most amazing attractions were [...]
    D: 10.6mi00
  • Phoenix Zoo
    This zoo is like a paradise for children or for adults who still cherish their inner child, for that matter. It has everything from petting animals to climbing rocks. One of the favorites of the children is the Enchanted Forest with a huge [...]
    D: 10.1mi00
  • The Hall of Flame Museum of Firefighting in Phoenix
    This museum is really unique. There aren't very many facilities that feature firefighting cars and materials for display to visitors. So this museum is quite on its on in its league. :) The museum has about 5 galleries each presenting [...]
    D: 9.7mi00
  • AZ Hummer Tours around Phoenix
    We met up with our guide on the day of the tour and from the first moment we felt as we had known each other or years. He was so direct with us, making jokes and treating us like friends not as customers. He was also really knowledgeable [...]
    D: 24.5mi00
  • The Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix
    This museum is incredible on so many levels. It has a wide range of instruments that are organized on a geographical scale, presenting the country (shown also on a map), its culture and the instrument itself. It so interesting to see [...]
    D: 24.8mi00
  • The Superstition Mountain
    The Superstition Mountain in Arizona, east of Phoenix was created 29 million years ago and it is the main character of many ancient Native American and more modern legends. Several tribes have different myths about the mountain, [...]
    D: 11.2mi00

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Phoenix History

1912 marks the date when Phoenix officially became the capital of Arizona. The city continued to grow rapidly, as the Roosevelt Dam was built, allowing the extension of the irrigation system. World War II represented an important stage in Phoenix' history: the city's economy rapidly shifted from agriculture to heavy industry. Many workers came to Phoenix and settled here after the war ended. They were soon followed by investors, who were attracted by the substantial labor force. By 1950, Phoenix population had passed 100, 000. [...]
 
 
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  • $79Frontier Airlines flight Frontier Airlines 
    FromToDepartureTime
    San Diego, CA (SAN)Phoenix, AZ (PHX)07/26/202005:51 pm
    Phoenix, AZ (PHX)San Diego, CA (SAN)08/02/202006:26 pm
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  • $106Frontier Airlines flight Frontier Airlines 
    FromToDepartureTime
    Las Vegas, NV (LAS)Phoenix, AZ (PHX)08/15/202006:05 am
    Phoenix, AZ (PHX)Las Vegas, NV (LAS)08/30/202010:40 pm
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  • $111Frontier Airlines flight Frontier Airlines 
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    Chicago, IL (ORD)Phoenix, AZ (PHX)08/01/202007:49 am
    Phoenix, AZ (PHX)Chicago, IL (ORD)08/13/202010:05 am
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