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St. Mary's Basilica

St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Basilica

The Valley contains a number of churches from the early 1900s that are well worth a look. However, The Church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, more informally known as St....
Cornish Pasty Co.

Cornish Pasty Co.

Show your friends how culturally enlightened you are with your thorough knowledge of this British street snack. Cornish Pasty (pronounced "past-ee") purveys savory pastries filled with meat like lamb, pork, chicken and bacon and veggies...
Lux Coffee

Lux

Want to feel like you’re in an episode of Phoenix’s version of Portlandia? Walk through Lux’s doors and weave your way through mismatched couches, antique chairs, picnic tables topped with typewriters and local art...
Casey Moore's Oyster House

Casey Moore’s Oyster House

Get your seafood on. On weekends, the expansive patio at Casey’s feels more like a crowded house party than a seafood restaurant. But don’t be fooled by its rugged appearance — the bar and restaurant...
Islamic Community Center of Tempe

Islamic Community Center of Tempe

Built in 1984 and designed to resemble the iconic Dome of the Rock, this gorgeous mosque at the Islamic Community Center of Tempe sits next to the Arizona State University campus and Tempe's Mill...
Bondurant Racing School

Bondurant Racing School

Car museums, shows and auctions provide plenty of fun for the car lover, but maybe you want some excitement behind the wheel. Bondurant Racing School — the creation of Bob Bondurant, a Corvette Hall...
Rosson House at Heritage Square

Heritage Square at Heritage And Science Park

The oldest extant residential block in Phoenix, Heritage Square offers a gorgeous slice of Phoenix history. You can tour the Rosson House Museum, which inhabits the restored 1895 Rosson House, and get a taste...
idea Museum

i.d.e.a. Museum

Founded in 1978 as the The Center for Fine Arts and then continuing as the Arizona Museum for Youth until 2014, the i.d.e.a. Museum aims its high-quality exhibits squarely at kids. Originally, the museum focused...
Chase Field

Chase Field

Finished in 1998, and named Bank One Ballpark until 2005, Chase Field serves primarily as the home of the Arizona Diamondbacks, our Major League Baseball team. It occasionally hosts concerts and other sporting events...
Taliesin West

Taliesin West

You don't need to look very hard in the Valley to see the influence of renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright. In fact, you can see several of his Arizona achievements here. If you made us pick...

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