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Mill Avenue

Mill Avenue in Tempe

Tempe's most well-known north-south street since the late 1800s, Mill Avenue — so named for the now-empty Hayden Flour Mill at the historical north end — still plays an important part in Tempe life. Although it runs...
Mesa Arizona Temple

Mesa Temple

If you live in Mesa and are aware of its large Mormon population (one of the largest in the country), this entry won't be "unexpected," but "amazing" still fits. Completed in 1927, the Mesa Temple for...
COFCO Garden

COFCO Center

Situated to the north of Sky Harbor airport, the COFCO Center brings a taste of China to Phoenix starting with the traditional Chinese-style architecture and authentic Chinese garden on the grounds. The garden includes...
Penske Racing

Penske Racing Museum

Any race fan knows the name Penske. Over the last 50 years the name has graced the cars of more than 400 winners across a range of races, including 16 Indianapolis 500s. At this racing museum you can...
ASU Art Museum at Nelson Fine Arts Center

ASU Art Museum

One of the older museums in the Valley — founded in 1950 — the Arizona State University Art Museum houses nearly 12,000 pieces reflecting a wide range of themes and styles. You can find contemporary art,...
Irish Cultural Center

Irish Cultural Center

You'd be hard pressed to find climates and building styles more dissimilar than Phoenix and Ireland, which makes the walk up to the Irish Cultural Center feel almost unreal. Despite the three-story castle-like library building being...

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