Maricopa County
Arizona
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Things To Do in Maricopa County

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Botanical Garden
elsashen0529Phoenix's Desert Botanical Gardens, founded in 1937, covers 145 acres with 50,000 species of desert plants, one-third of which are locally owned, and 139 are rare, threatened or endangered. Walking around plants, flowers, birds, butterflies and some small wild animals is like a paradise. After the tour, change at the nearby airport, end Peggy, Phoenix for a short vacation. Back to DC, continue "confinement" until the epidemic is over...
4.3/5
23 Reviews
Zoo
西行阿里Phoenix Zoo, also known as Phoenix Zoo, is the largest nonprofit zoo in the United States, founded by Robert Mattel in 1962. Zoo covers 0.51 square kilometers and more than 1,300 animals live in it. The zoo is divided into four main areas: Arizona, Africa, the Tropical and the Children's. The other area is the Stinley Bay area, which has a tank showing stingrays. Visitors can take a car to view animals in the park or walk up to them on a 4-kilometer hiking trail.
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24 Reviews
love is blueSeeing this great man like John Paul, what can I see more? This is the city center, where masses and gatherings are available. I was lucky to park when I arrived. I planned to come early to avoid parking charges during prime time.
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6 Reviews
小鱼儿2015The Phoenix Suns is also a famous basketball court. This place is also the main basketball court. The whole area is also very lively. It can accommodate tens of thousands of fans.
4.5/5
15 Reviews
Museum
Art Museum
东张西望望东西The art gallery of Arizona State University is not very far from the attractions we went to. When I arrived at the art gallery, I only had a short rest, so I didn’t go in to visit. I just visited the surrounding scenery and took photos before moving on to the next attraction. An art gallery
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22 Reviews
Historical Architecture
love is blueThis visit to the Wrigley Mansion surprised me and my dear. We ate lunch and also arranged an itinerary-in the late afternoon because we spent a long time drinking a drink during our lovely lunch. Our waiter is very nice, very interesting and knows the Wrigley family and this mansion very well. We were the only 2 people on the itinerary in the late afternoon, which made the trip more special and intimate. Our guide was very friendly and welcoming, and shared a lot of stories and anecdotes about the Wrigley family. This was an unexpected journey we did in our short time in Phoenix, but I really enjoyed it, mainly because it was so human and intimate. This is a great way to do something interesting without being surrounded by hundreds of tourists.