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Things to do in Arizona

  • PanTerra Gallery

    Stop in to browse the landscape photographs. More
  • Passage

    Sarah Walker’s large, concrete-floored shop feels like a museum for the urbane—with beautiful displays of work by clothing designers such as Hazel ... More
  • Peoria Stadium

    Both the Seattle Mariners and the San Diego Padres hold their spring training in Peoria, Arizona's Sports Complex. The complex features a main stad... More
  • Phoenix Municipal Stadium

    Built in 1964 and christened by Willie Mays (who hit the first spring training home run there) Phoenix Municipal Stadium is more than home to the O... More
  • Phoenix Ranch Market

    This full-size grocery store is a boon for the local Latino community—and anyone who wants a dose of authentic southwestern culture. There’s a fres... More
  • Piestewa Peak

    The City of Phoenix estimates that this summit’s trail is one of the most heavily used in the country; it draws an estimated 4,000 to 10,000 hikers... More
  • Pima Air & Space Museum

    The museum offers tours of the “boneyard” at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, where thousands of old aircraft are mothballed. More
  • Pinnacle Peak

    Far-sighted preservationists saved this hill from becoming little more than a grand backyard of one of the mega-mansions that surround the North Sc... More
  • Pioneer Living History Village

    Approximately ninety acres in size, this North Phoenix monument to the traditional, Old West way of living in 1800’s Arizona first opened in 1965, ... More
  • Pleasant Valley Ranger Station

    For information about Tonto National Park, visit this station. They have information about trails and local fauna and flora. Anglers can also try t... More
  • Polygamy Tour

    Strange Factor: This isn’t HBO’s Big Love—this is the real thing. Step into the private world of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latte... More
  • Portland's

    The maroon awning beckons locals to this Phoenix restaurant and wine bar. Located in the base of an apartment complex and within steps of the light... More
  • Prescott Brewing Company

    Tip a few of the award-winning microbrews. More
  • Prescott Chamber of Commerce

    Snag self-guided walking-tour info for the city's historic places. Be sure to swing by Whiskey Row, the original downtown business district. More
  • Prescott National Forest

    Some 450 miles of hiking trails snake through the pristine Prescott National Forest. If you choose the Granite Mountain Trail, a five-mile round-tr... More

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