14 Sights in Phoenix, United States (with Map and Images)
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Explore interesting sights in Phoenix, United States. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 14 sights are available in Phoenix, United States.List of cities in United States Sightseeing Tours in Phoenix
1. Papago ParkBook Ticket*
Papago Park is a municipal park of the cities of Phoenix and Tempe, Arizona, United States. It has been designated as a Phoenix Point of Pride. It includes Hunt's Tomb, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
2. Phoenix Police Museum
The Phoenix Police Museum is located on 2nd Ave & Jefferson Street, on the 1st floor of the Historic Phoenix City Hall. The museum highlights the history of the Phoenix Police Department from 1881, when Henry Garfias, was elected the first city marshal to the present. The museum also has an exhibit which explains the connection between the Phoenix Police and the "Miranda Rights". There are various educational exhibits in the museum some of which the community can participate and have an interactive experience.
3. Musical Instrument Museum
The Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) is located in Phoenix, Arizona. Opened in April 2010, it is the largest museum of its type in the world. The collection of over 15,000 musical instruments and associated objects includes examples from nearly 200 countries and territories, representing every inhabited continent. Some larger countries such as the United States, Mexico, India, China, and Brazil have multiple displays with subsections for different types of ethnic, folk, and tribal music.
4. Shemer Art Center
The Shemer Art Center and Museum is an art education facility and gallery in Phoenix, Arizona. The center was founded in 1984 by Martha Shemer, who purchased a mission-style house and three acres not only to preserve the property but to donate it to the City of Phoenix to be used for art education. Budget constraints nearly closed the center in 2010, but citizens founded the Shemer Art Center and Museum Association to help manage and preserve the facility.
5. Ak-Chin Pavilion
Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre is an amphitheater located in Phoenix, Arizona, which seats 8,106 under a pavilion roof and an additional 12,000 on a hillside behind the main stands. It opened on November 11, 1990. The naming rights sponsor is Talking Stick Resort. With a total capacity of 20,000, its capacity is higher than Footprint Center and Desert Diamond Arena. The amphitheater's season starts in April and closes in October.
6. Herberger Theater
Herberger Theater Center is an indoor performing arts venue featuring three stages in downtown Phoenix, Arizona, whose mission is to support and foster the growth of performing arts in Phoenix as the premier performance venue, arts incubator and advocate. The Herberger Theater Center is not only a performing arts center, but is known in the Phoenix area as a cultivator and advocate for the arts community.
7. Phoenix Arizona Temple
The Phoenix Arizona Temple is a temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in the city of Phoenix, Arizona. It was completed in 2014 and is the 144th temple of the LDS Church. The announcement of the planned construction of the temple on May 24, 2008, came a month after the Gila Valley and Gilbert temples were announced for Arizona.
8. Islamic Community Center of Phoenix
The Islamic Community Center of Phoenix (ICCP), which was founded in 1982, is located at 7516 North Black Canyon Highway, along Interstate 17, in Phoenix, Arizona. It is in a former Baptist church that has been converted into the mosque, having moved into that location in 1997. The land deeds of ICCP are held by the North American Islamic Trust.
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9. Governor Hunt's Tomb
Hunt's Tomb is a tomb in the shape of a small white pyramid behind a fence at the top of a hill within Papago Park, Phoenix, Arizona, United States. George W. P. Hunt had the tomb built in 1931 to entomb his wife. He was placed there after his death in 1934. Their daughter and his wife's family are also buried there.
10. Japanese Friendship Garden
The Japanese Friendship Garden is a Japanese stroll garden located in Phoenix, Arizona. The garden encompasses 3.5 acres (14,000 m2) and includes a tea garden and tea house. It is a joint project of the sister cities of Phoenix, Arizona, and Himeji, Japan. The Japanese name is Rohō-en (鷺鳳園).
Wikipedia: Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix (EN), Website
11. Pueblo Grande Museum
Pueblo Grande Ruin and Irrigation Sites are pre-Columbian archaeological sites and ruins, located in Phoenix, Arizona. They include a prehistoric platform mound and irrigation canals. The City of Phoenix manages these resources as the Pueblo Grande Museum Archaeological Park.
Wikipedia: Pueblo Grande Ruin and Irrigation Sites (EN), Website
12. Pioneer Arizona History Museum
The Pioneer Living History Museum is located at 3901 W. Pioneer Road in Phoenix, Arizona. The museum, also known as Pioneer Village, has 30 historic original and reconstructed buildings from the 1880s and early 1900s on its 90-acre property.
13. Saint Marys Episcopal Church
St. Mary's Episcopal Church is an Episcopal parish in Phoenix, Arizona, in the Episcopal Diocese of Arizona. The parish church is located at 39th Avenue and Maryland between the historic Maryvale and Alhambra districts.
Wikipedia: St. Mary's Episcopal Church (Phoenix) (EN), Website
14. Dream City Church
Dream City Church is a multi-site Pentecostal megachurch based in Phoenix, Arizona. It is affiliated with the Assemblies of God USA. The weekly attendance is around 22,500. The senior pastor is Luke Barnett.
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