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Whether you’re planning a short weekend or a nice long trip, the nearby and beautiful state of Arizona is packed with activities – from outdoor adventures and fascinating museums to relaxed exploration and kid-friendly destinations. With so much to discover, it can sometimes be challenging to plan out an itinerary.
Where to begin? Truly one of our nation’s richest natural destinations, Arizona contains seemingly endless spectacular and varied terrain, along with tribal lands, vibrant cities, world-class resorts, renowned golfing and historic Western towns. It, of course, is also the famous home of some of the world’s most popular natural tourist sites such as the Grand Canyon; Monument Valley; Canyon de Chelly; Petrified Forest & Painted Desert; Lake Mead; Lake Havasu; Lake Powell & Glen Canyon; Hoover Dam; Sedona; Hopilands; Flagstaff; Scottsdale; Tucson; Saguaro National Park; and the Chiricahua National Monument. Plus, Arizona is a year-round destination. Sunny skies and low humidity prevail 300 days a year across the state. This special section includes some suggestions of “must see” activities in Arizona that you may not be aware of.
Inside this supplement:
Celebrating 10 Years of the Musical Instrument Museum
Rated Phoenix’s #1 attraction by TripAdvisor, MIM displays more than 7,000 musical instruments and objects from every corner of the globe and provides a one-of-a-kind experience… Read More
Buffalo Collection: Modern Luxury, Old World Charm
Nestled in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale, Buffalo Collection is a destination not to be missed. Like the neighborhood it inhabits, the stunning gallery space expertly blends modern luxury with Old World charm… Read More
Gilbert Ortega Gallery: A Wealth of Artistry
Gilbert Ortega Jr. believes that every piece represents its own art that goes far beyond the item itself, but also to the core of its spiritual being… Read More