Points of Interest

As you could probably tell, we love Arizona! Whether you are looking for something to do or just want to brush up on what Arizona has to offer, this list has everything from parks, to museums, to local oddities and places worth a visit!

Taliesin West

“Literally the Welsh word means ‘shining brow’. Thus Taliesin became a ‘shining brow’ for the hill, its many wings and terraces reaching out along the crest or brow of the hill, embracing the site rather than overpowering it.”- Frank Lloyd Wright Taliesin west, voted best comprehensive walking tour in the valley numerous times, is a […]


Tempe Center For The Arts

Tempe Center for the Arts, a slightly newer building that opened only a few years back in 2007, is your one stop shop for all performing and visual art shows. Located in the heart of Tempe just a few miles away from Mill Ave., it’s the perfect place to go for one of those “dinner […]


The Phoenician

The Phoenician was established in 1985 when Charles Keating had a vision to build a multi-million dollar resort with the feel of the European sophistication in the heart of the Sonoran Desert.  Charles Keating bought the property at the base of camelback mountain providing beautiful views of the cities skyline. White marble imported from Carrera, […]


Tovrea Castle

“That building is so out of place, does someone live there?” I think I speak for most when I say this is the perfect reaction when passing the Tovrea Castle on the loop 202. Though it is indeed out of place, this little hill top chateau is quite the historical landmark. Originally built to be […]


TPC Scottsdale

The Tournament Players Club of Scottsdale, also called the TPC Scottsdale, was constructed in 1986 when the Phoenix Thunderbirds started searching for a new location for the Phoenix Open.  After failing to find the perfect location Herb Drinkwater, former Scottsdale Mayor, suggested he secure a location in Scottsdale that would offer the perfect setting for […]


Valley Ho

The Valley Ho is a historic hotel in Scottsdale, Arizona.  First opened in 1956, the Valley Ho was designed to be new and futuristic.  This fashionable hotel was soon known for its fabulous guests that included anyone from movie stars to famous athletes. In 1973, the property was bought by Ramada.  To get rid of […]


We-Ko-Pa Golf Club

Voted one of the best resort golf courses by Golfweek magazine, We-Ko-Pa Golf Club is a must for all those Bubba Watson wannabes. Having two 18-hole courses, Cholla and Saguaro were built with both the pros and weekend golfers in mind. With each course around 7,225 yards, the surrounding Superstition Mountains make the terrain quite […]


Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza

The Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza is an urban park right across the street from the Arizona State Capital in downtown Phoenix.  It serves as a number of memorials that honor significant wars and prominent figures in Arizona History.  It is designated as one of Phoenix’s Points of Pride.


Wrigley Mansion

Living up to its 16,000 square foot name, the Wrigley Mansion is a 1932 historical landmark. With 24 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, this was one of the smaller homes that The Wrigley’s spent their time in. Constructed by Mr. William Wrigley, a man who would be considered the Gatsby of our time, built his fortress […]