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Thursday, February 4, 2016

Experience Phoenix Arizona and the American Southwest



Blue Skies Red Rocks Mountain Trails Grand Canyons Desert Sunsets and City Culture



Phoenix is the cosmopolitan heart of Arizona, the soul of the American Southwest and where you will find sports venues, live music, rooftop lounges, museums, theaters and art galleries.










Downtown and its Cityscape two block entertainment district is also home to the Phoenix Convention Center and Arizona State University’s downtown campus; all served by one of the newest light rail systems in the nation.





Arizona Opera produces grand opera throughout the state of Arizona and is one of only three companies in the US that performs in two cities. In Phoenix, the company performs at Symphony Hall in Downtown.
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Explore Papago Park and learn about the flora of the Sonoran Desert at Desert Botanical Garden or visit the Phoenix Zoo to see more than 1,300 animals.
Head north to discover the marvelous red rocks of Sedona and get acquainted with the desert’s history and geology during the scenic drive.


Verde Valley Wine Trail visit the many wineries and tasting rooms nestled in the red-rock countryside and lush canyons surrounding the towns of Cottonwood, Jerome, Clarkdale and Cornville.
The Grand Canyon your northern Arizona sightseeing includes one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. You can also reach the South Rim by traveling by road or on the Grand Canyon Railway from the town of Williams. See the Grand Canyon from above via a scenic helicopter tour.
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If you are in local government, are a developer, landowner or in business and are interested in expanding your skills in these areas, please contact us for a no obligation travel and/or training plan.



Scottsdale Start the day by hiking the steep, 2.4-mile trail from Echo Canyon to the top of Camelback Mountain. Have lunch, shop for souvenirs and browse Western art galleries in Old Town Scottsdale.
Add a dose of modern art to your afternoon at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art. Take time to soak in the sun at the pool or indulge yourself with an indigenous spa treatment, then go shopping at Scottsdale Fashion Square, the largest mall in the American Southwest.

Experience a Sonoran Desert sunset set against the mountain you hiked in the morning







The Children’s Museums If you’re traveling with kids, let them enjoy the hands-on, interactive exhibits at the Children’s Museum of Phoenix and the Arizona Science Center. Spend the afternoon at Phoenix Art Museum, the Western American Art collection and Fashion Design gallery sculpture garden.
The Heard Museum is one of the best places to experience the culture and art of the Native Americans of the Southwest. The museum's 10 spacious exhibit galleries and outdoor courtyards feature outstanding traditional and contemporary Native American art. The Heard Museum Shop offers authentic American Indian art.




The Musical Instrument Museum MIM is a museums devoted to music. MIM's collection holds 15,000 instruments and artifacts from every country in the world. Each exhibit includes high quality audio/video that allows guests to see and hear the instruments being played in the cultures where they originate.


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