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Great Cities to Visit in Arizona:

  • Phoenix
  • Tucson
  • Flagstaff
  • Mesa
  • Yuma

5 Fun Things to Enjoy in Arizona:

  • Glen Canyon: The Grand Canyon inspires awe, but Glen Canyon brings fun. This 1.25 million acre National Recreation Area centers on Lake Powell, where vacationers enjoy powerboating, kayaking, swimming, fishing, and more.
  • Arizona-Sedona Desert Museum: It’s a zoo, an aquarium, a natural history museum, a botanical garden, and an art gallery all in one place. The wildlife, exhibits, and art all center around desert life; one of Tucson’s top attractions.
  • Havasu Falls: After a 12-mile hike along a canyon floor, paradise: lustrous blue-green pools beneath a picturesque waterfall. Make sure to bring good hiking shoes and lots of water before undertaking this challenging hike.
  • Musical Instrument Museum: With 15,000 musical instruments from nearly 200 countries, there’s no place like Phoenix’s Musical Instrument Museum. It opened in 2010, but has already become one of Phoenix’s top attractions.
  • Antelope Canyon: Photographers from around the world stream to the upper and lower sections of Antelope Canyon to capture the waves and curves of its steep and narrow walls, looking as if they’ve been washed by the waters of time itself.

Major Convention Centers:

  • Phoenix Convention Center: Designed to reflect Arizona’s distinct landscape, this gigantic complex can serve the needs of the largest gatherings. Offerings include over 600,000 square feet of exhibit space and nearly 100 meeting rooms.
  • Mesa Convention Center: A smaller facility situated on 22 acres of parkland, the MCC offers 19,000 square feet of exhibit space and 19,000 square feet of adaptable meeting space as well as a 5,000 seat amphitheater.

National Park Services -

22 national parks and 1,423 listings on the National Register of Historic Places

  • Grand Canyon: It’s 277 miles long, 18 miles wide (at its widest point), and over a mile deep, and it’s one of the most spectacular sights in the world, drawing five million visitors a year. Activities go beyond sightseeing to include hiking, skydiving, rafting, and camping.
  • Saguaro: Just outside of Tucson stand America’s largest cacti, within the protected confines of Saguaro National Park. Opportunities to hike, backpack, and view desert wildlife abound.

Racing Fans!

NASCAR: Arizona is home to the Phoenix International Raceway!

  • This 1.022-mile banked tri-oval track hosts the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, along with several other high-profile NASCAR series.

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