Valley Landmarks

Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa
2400 East Missouri Avenue
Phoenix 602-689-2878
Timeless elegance has ranked the Biltmore as a world-class resort since 1929.

McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park
7301 E. Indian Bend Road
Scottsdale 480-312-2312
Families will appreciate the educational and entertaining aspects of the park, which also honors and preserves Arizona’s Railroad Heritage.

Mystery Castle
800 E. Mineral Road
Phoenix 602-268-1581
Crafted from native stone, this remarkable structure was built circa 1930 to satisfy a young girl’s fairytale fantasies.

Orpheum Theatre
203 W. Adams Street
Phoenix 602-262-6225
Originally constructed in elaborate Spanish Baroque style in 1929, the venue has been magnificently restored.

Pueblo Grande Museum & Archaeological Park
4619 E. Washington Street
Phoenix 602-495-0900
The only National Historic Landmark in Phoenix features a Hohokam culture ruin.

St. Mary’s Basilica
231 North 3rd Street
Phoenix 602-354-2100
Known for its carillon tower and stained-glass art, the oldest Catholic Church in the Valley was founded in 1881.

Tovrea Castle and Carraro Cactus Garden
5025 E. Van Buren Street
Phoenix 602-256-3221
This highly visible 1920s showpiece perches atop a cactus-clad hillside like a giant tiered wedding cake.

Pioneer & Military Memory Park
15th Avenue & Jefferson
The final resting place of notable figures in Arizona’s pioneering history include John T. Alsap, the first Maricopa County probate judge and the first major of Phoenix.

Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza
1700 W. Washington Street
Phoenix 602-542-4581
Memorials for prominent Arizona figures including the Arizona K9 Memorial join the USS Arizona.

Phoenix Historic District

Encompassing the Arizona Science Center, Historic Heritage Square, and the Phoenix Museum of History, the vast complex of Heritage & Science Park in downtown Phoenix preserves the only group of residential structures from the original settlement of the city. The cornerstone of these historic buildings is the Rosson House, a structure that dates back to the late 1800s.

Arizona Doll & Toy Museum
Heritage Square
Seventh Street & Monroe
Phoenix 623-939-6186

Arizona Science Center
600 E. Washington Street
Phoenix 602-716-2000

Heritage Square and The Lath House Pavilion
113 N. Sixth Street
Phoenix 602-261-8063

Rosson House Museum
113 N. 6th Street
Phoenix 602-262-8063

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