Phoenix, AZ

Top 4 Phoenix Attractions

Scott Murdoch

Phoenix - Living in Phoenix ensures many things: Endless days of sunshine. A show-stopping monsoon season. The occasional run-in with a rattlesnake (yeah, it happens). But when it comes to tacos, one issue is guaranteed: A desirable one is simply a stone’s throw away from at any place you are in the city. With that variety of density, it may additionally be difficult to choose.
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Camelback Mountain

The panoramic view from the "hump" of this iconic landmark, named for its resemblance to a kneeling camel, is really worth scaling its two complex trails, Echo Canyon and Cholla. Hikers achieve 1,200 toes in elevation to the summit, which looks out over the city and Phoenix Mountains Preserve. Camelback is one of the most popular cities trekking spots in Phoenix, so assume path visitors and consider trekking on weekdays.

During hot-weather months, hike in the early morning and drink lots of water. See our outside safety guidelines web page for greater data before you head out.

Musical Instrument Museum

See, hear and even play gadgets from each and every nook of the world in a one-of-a-kind collection. The Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) tunes you into hundreds of instrument sounds with a headset that syncs seamlessly as you move via its galleries. Take a world tour of cultural units and pop subculture artists, and return for a live track experience at MIM Music Theater, a year-round concert series web hosting greater than 200 international acts.

Papago Park

Just minutes from downtown is iconic Papago Park, home to purple rock buttes looped with trails, scenic views from the exciting rock formation atop Hole-in-the-Rock Trail and two of the city's pinnacle attractions: Desert Botanical Garden and Phoenix Zoo.

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