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Things to do in Phoenix

Located in the state of Arizona, Phoenix is the largest city in the region. The metro area is known as the Valley of the Sun, with 300 days of sunshine. Phoenix is also the epicenter of Arizona's economy. The city is home to many Fortune 500 companies. Phoenix is also known for its warm temperatures. Its average summer temperatures are 100 to 105 deg Fahrenheit. Its coldest month is January with an average temperature of 67 deg Fahrenheit. Phoenix also has one of the lowest housing costs in the nation.


Phoenix is also home to the Waste Management Phoenix Open, one of the biggest annual PGA tournaments. Its stadium, Chase Field, is home to the Arizona Diamondbacks. Phoenix is also home to the World Championship Hoop Dance Contest, which honors Native American traditions. The contest is held on two days, and there are five age groups.

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Phoenix is home to many museums and art galleries, including the Phoenix Art Museum, the Arizona State Capitol Museum, and the Heard Museum. The Heard Museum is a great place to see pre-Columbian Native American art. The museum also features modern Native American art, as well as award-winning exhibits. The museum was founded by Maie Bartlett Heard in 1929.


The Phoenix Art Museum has a large collection of contemporary and classical art. Originally, the museum was a community art collection. After it became a proper museum in 1959, it was known for its collection of contemporary art. The museum is also home to an extensive Latin American cache. The museum is a feast for the eyes.


The Global Music Museum is a cultural experience for the whole family. The museum is home to a John Lennon piano, as well as many musical instruments. The museum also hosts concerts and shows, and visitors can learn about different instruments and music styles. The museum is free for kids under one year old.


Phoenix is also home to the Desert Botanic Garden, which is filled with native plants and cacti. The museum also hosts classes on how to preserve wet specimens.


Phoenix is home to several parks and trails, including the Phoenix Mountains Preserve. The park has hiking trails, as well as kayaking. The city also has 180 parks and 33,000 acres of desert preserves. The area also has a commercial airport, the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport.


Phoenix also offers a public garage for those who don't own a car. There are also 25,000 parking spaces in the city's Downtown Phoenix area. The area is also home to an open-air market, where you can buy local wares and find a variety of entertainment.


Phoenix is also home to an array of restaurants and bars. If you are looking for a night out, consider visiting one of the many vibrant nightclubs in the Valley of the Sun. The area is also known for its high-end spa resorts and Jack Nicklaus golf courses.


Phoenix is also home to the Phoenix Symphony, one of the most well-known performing arts organizations in the state. The Symphony was originally a part-time orchestra, but has grown into one of the largest in Arizona.


Point of Interest #1 La Carreta De Lily, 3440 W Thomas Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85017


Point of Interest #2 Nana Pancha Breakfast & Lunch, 2928 N 35th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85017


Point of Interest #3 Burger Shoppe, 3423 W Thomas Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85017

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