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Arizona Grand Resort Oasis Water Park
8000 S. Grand Pkwy.
Phoenix , Arizona
Phone : 602-438-9000
Description: This seven-acre water park was voted by the Travel Channel as one of the country's Top 10 Water Parks. It features an eight-story tower with three slides, a wave pool, lazy river, 25-person hot tub, Wild Cat Springs for kids and private cabanas for relaxing and enjoying drinks and snacks from the Oasis Bar and Grill. The Oasis Water Park is reserved for resort guests only.Tip: The Oasis Water Park offers families feature-length dive-in movies during the weekend evenings.Details: 8000 S. Grand Pkwy., Phoenix. 602-438-9000Admission: Included in resort stay costs.
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Arizona Museum of Natural History
53 N. Macdonald
Mesa , Arizona
Phone : 480-644-2230
Description: Explore Arizona and the Southwest from the creation of the earth 4.5 billion years ago to now. See some of the biggest dinosaurs that ever lived in Dinosaur Hall and see them in their natural habitat on Dinosaur Mountain. Kids can pan for gold in the History Courtyard or experience a real territorial jail.Tip: The museum offers free admission on the first Sunday of every month from 12 p.m. - 5 p.m.Details: 53 N. Macdonald, Mesa. 480-644-2230Hours: Tuesday-Friday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sunday 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.Admission: $10 for adults, $9 for seniors (65+), $8 for students, $6 for ages 3-12, free for kids 2 and under.
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Arizona Science Center
600 E. Washington St.
Phoenix , Arizona
Phone : 602-716-2000
Description: Guests of every age will be educated, inspired, and entertained by the wonderful world of science. The Arizona Science Center has more than 300 hands-on exhibits, a five-story IMAX Theater and a state-of-the-art Dorrance Planetarium that will take you 'to-the-moon and beyond' with its presentations. Among its permanent exhibits, the Arizona Science Center features special exhibits that vary every few months, giving its guests a unique experience every time they visit.Tip: From May 31 -September 1, Lost Egypt will be the featured exhibit for the center. It will explore the science behind uncovering and understanding the ancient civilization of Egypt.Details: 600 E. Washington St., Phoenix. 602-716-2000Hours: Daily, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.Admission: $26.95 for adults, $19.95 for ages 3-17, $23.95 for seniors (62+). Prices include featured exhibit.
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Big Surf
1500 N. McClintock Dr.
Tempe , Arizona
Phone : 480-994-2297
Description: Waikiki Beach Wave Pool is ranked the third largest in the country, holding more than 2.5 million gallons of water. Guests can rent rafts, surf boards or boogie boards and enjoy waves that are produced every three minutes. Big Surf features seven slides and a Kool Kids Zone that has a climbing area and slides for kids 48 inches and under.Tip: Kids can participate in boogie board and surfing sessions that will be taking place all summer for a small fee.Details: 1500 N. McClintock Dr., Tempe. 480-994-2297Admission: Online prices: $25 for adults, $19.95 for kids 3 years of age to 4 feet tall, $19.95 for seniors (55+), $2.95 for kids 2 and under (only available at gate).
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Biltmore Fashion Park
, Arizona
Description: Located near the famed Arizona Biltmore resort, this fashionable shopping desintation has a garden-park courtyard, upscale retailers and plenty of dining options. Be sure to check out the Fashion Park's newest addition: UNION, a wing of locally owned boutiques.

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Bisbee
, Arizona
Description: In the far south of Arizona near the Mexico border is Bisbee. This former mining town is set high in the mountains, with views that extend over rolling terrain to Mexico. Homes, many of which are former miners cabins, line the hills which surround the historic downtown area. After the mines closed Bisbee became a ghost town and squatters took up residence. Eventually the town became a haven for artists and hippies. Today it is a prosperous little community with an eclectic mix of people living here, unique shops lining the old main street, and many interesting things to see. This is a popular day trip from Tucson and surrounding areas, often combined with a trip to Tombstone.

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Butterfly Wonderland
9500 E. Via de Ventura
Scottsdale , Arizona
Phone : 480-800-3000
Description: Step into a magnificent rain forest environment where thousands of butterflies from around the world fly freely. Guests start their experience in the 3D theater, where you are taken on a journey through the migration cycle of the monarch butterfly. See nature's most amazing transformation unfold before your eyes as real butterflies go through metamorphosis in the Butterfly Emergence Gallery. Families can stroll through the 10,000-square-foot atrium, as butterflies flutter about and take rest upon your shoulder.Tip: The Butterfly Wonderland also offers a mirror maze and laser maze to challenge your mind and body. Charges apply per maze.Details: 9500 E. Via de Ventura, Scottsdale. 480-800-3000Hours: Daily 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.Admission: $18.95 for adults, $9.95 for ages 3-11, $16.95 for seniors (62+), students and military, free for kids 2 and under.
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Camelback Mountain
, Arizona
Description: Nearly every outdoors-loving Phoenix local has, at some time or another, started his or her day with a hike to the top of Camelback Mountain. The city's most famous landmark resembles a dromedary camel in repost, and the mountain challenges hikers with a rugged but rewarding trek to its 2,700-foot "hump". Visitors who prefer not to scale Camelback can still gawk at it from a nearby restaurant patio.

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Canada
, Arizona
Description: In Canada, you'll find several 'Little India's' all over the country. If you're visiting Vancouver in British Columbia and you're missing home too much, head to Surrey and Punjabi market. In Calgary, Alberta make your way to north east Calgary and in Toronto, you'll find a taste of India at Gerrard Street.The SpiritThe spread of Indian food in Surrey is quite elaborate, attracting people from different parts of Vancouver. The restaurants are mostly local with a few chains and franchises; the food served ranges from Punjabi, Himalayan, Nepali, Bengali, South Indian, Fijian, etc... The chaat is not the same as the ever-famous Mumbai chaat, but it is a close second to that of Mumbai (Punjabi tadka added!). You'll find everything ranging from jewellery, desi outfits, sandals, bridal wear, etc. There is neither a shortage of fancy restaurants, banquet halls, conference rooms, and theatres that play a selection of Bollywood movies. At Gerrard Street in Toronto, most of the shops and restaurants are open until 9 pm, so the street really comes to life, especially on warm summer evenings. There is a restaurant named Bombay Chowpatty, where they serve chaat, but again, it's not as authentic as the Mumbai chaat. The place is not lavishly decorated, but it is clean and serves the purpose.In north east Calgary, you will find loads of Indian stores, beauty services, lawyers, restaurants. Most of the stores and restaurants play lively Punjabi music. There are a number of restaurants that cater to your Indian craving; Southern Spice brings alive the South Indian in you and if you've been pining for some 'Indian Chinese', Taketomi is where you should be at. For your Indian sugar fix, definitely consider dropping into either Lovely Sweets and Restaurant or Bikaner sweets. Most Indian restaurants offer a great buffet service as well and the most important thing on every restaurant menu is butter chicken and vindaloo, although it may not be the same as what you would find in India. Surrey can take you back to India, but not to the urban regions. It cannot replicate the vibes that places like Mumbai exude. It feels more small-town-esque and the vendors at the stores speak versions of Hindi, Urdu and Punjabi. There are many cultural activities that take place in Surrey as well as in Vancouverthe predominant ones being the Indian Independence Day parade and Vaisakhi parade. Vancouver also celebrates Diwali, the Bhangra festival and summer music festivals featuring Punjabi artists. These take place in Surrey, downtown Vancouver as well as in the Punjabi market area. In November, Gerard Street celebrates Diwali and if you walk down the streets, you'll find hundreds of tea lights giving the place a warm, majestic glow. North east Calgary has a host of cultural activities. 15th August celebrations are quite a visual treat and special programmess on the radio remind us of our roots. A visit to one of the cultural events will refresh your desi spirit for sure.What I miss about IndiaBut home is home and there's a lot to be missed. It hurts to see that not many young adults (14-21 years) participate in the events and parades as they would in Mumbai. Most of them are still trying to figure out their cultural identity, and so their involvement is not as high, while in India, as young adults, we all stood for national pride, no matter what religion, region or language, and that is the one thing I miss.I deeply miss the city that never sleeps (Mumbai). The delicious food, the auto rickshaws, the ever-crowded local trains, shopping, the very affordable lifestyle (I find everything expensive here), the rains, street food...Being from Mumbai I miss people meddling in my business (sometimes), the smell of the sheekh kebab... I hate to have to check the weather before I step out as opposed to just walking out when I feel like. I miss neighbours practically living in your house and the sound of children playing cricket and fighting over who broke the tube light.

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Canyon De Chelly National Monument
, Arizona
Description: The Canyon de Chelly National Monument is home to spectacular cliff dwellings found on and at the base of steep-sided canyons up to 1,000 ft deep. In the main canyon are Spider Rock, a striking rock formation, and the White House, constructed c. 1050 and discovered in 1849. This is the best known of over a hundred cliff dwellings, mostly in inaccessible locations, which were occupied from around AD 350 to 1300. Other cliff dwellings are the Antelope House and Mummy Cave (in which mummies were found) in the Canyon del Muerto. There is an informative archeological museum in the Visitor Center, and there are various guided tours and walks.

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Challenger Space Center Arizona
21170 N. 83rd Ave.
Peoria , Arizona
Phone : 623-322-2001
Description: This unique facility was actually designed by 5th graders when asked what they would like to see in a space center. It features various meteorite exhibits, a space shuttle landing gear tire, Atlantis Space Shuttle model, Columbia Shuttle memorial display, Iridium Satellite model and Lowell Observatory display.Tip: On select Saturdays, Challenger Space Center hosts Family STAR Nights, an entertaining and interactive astronomy night that is fun for the whole family. Cost is $7 per person, free for kids 3 and under.Details: 21170 N. 83rd Ave., Peoria. 623-322-2001Hours: Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.Admission: $8 for adults, $7 for seniors (55+), $6 for ages 3-12, free for kids 2 and under.
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Children’s Museum of Phoenix
215 N. 7th St.
Phoenix , Arizona
Phone : 602-253-0501
Description: This museum is a great option for children as young as infants and as old as 10. The historic Monroe School Building is home to more than 300 play experiences where kids are encouraged to touch everything and explore their imagination. Children can explore the many different exhibits, including the Art Studio, Book Loft, Building Big, Texture Cafe and Noodle Forest.Tip: The first Friday every month from 5:00 p.m.9:00 p.m., the museum is open to the public free of charge. The museum will be adding additional hours on Mondays for the months of June and July.Details: 215 N. 7th St., Phoenix. 602-253-0501 Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 9 a.m. -4 p.m.Admission: $11 for non-members, $10 for seniors (62+), free for children under the age of 1 and for members.
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City Palace
, Arizona
Description: Udaipur offers you a tryst with royalty as you enter this majestic palace. We recommend you the audio tour which helps you take in the palace and its glory at your pace. However, if you would like some juicy trivia, help is at hand. Reach out to the local guides, who will gleefully share stories of the inner world of kings and queens, which of course, is to be believed at your own risk. In the palace one can also see the original armoury of Maharana Pratap and his faithful war horse Chetak who rescued his master at the cost of his own life. If you are lucky, you may get a glimpse of Shri Arvind Singh Mewar who sometimes does his rounds around the palace. Do not miss the light and sound show in the evening. It's magical.

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CrackerJax Family Fun and Sports Park
16001 N. Scottsdale Rd.,
Scottsdale , Arizona
Phone : 480-998-2800
Description: This fun-filled park offers families many different activities to enjoy. Guests can compete in laser tag, bumper boats, volleyball tournaments, miniature golf, and batting cages. Kids can battle it out in Water Wars, fly to new heights in the Bungy Dome, or race to the finish line at the CrackerJax Speedway for older kids and the Jax Trax for the little ones.Details: 16001 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale. 480-998-2800Hours: Monday-Thursday 10 a.m. - 10 p.m., Friday-Saturday 10 a.m. - 12 a.m., Sunday 10 a.m. - 10 p.m.Admission: Free. Prices vary per activity.
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Desert Botanical Garden
1201 N. Galvin Pkwy.
Phoenix , Arizona
Phone : 480-941-1225
Description: The Desert Botanical Garden has the world's largest collection of desert plants, more than 50,000 species to be exact. The desert plants are on display throughout five thematic trails that demonstrate conservation, desert wildflowers, desert living, and the people and plants of the Sonoran Desert. Guests can also enjoy the exhibitions on display and shows that vary every few months.Tips: Garden admission is free the second Tuesday of every monthDetails: 1201 N. Galvin Pkwy., Phoenix. 480-941-1225Hours: May-September: Daily 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.Admission: $18 for adults, $6 for ages 3-12, $16 for seniors, free for kids 2 and under.
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Desert Botanical Garden
, Arizona
Description: As its name suggests, this outdoor museum showcases desert plants and not just those native to the Southwest. Among the succulents that adorn the garden's 50-acre grounds are endangered desert species from around the world, including Dali-esque trees from North Africa and sprawling cactuses from Mesopotamia.

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Enchanted Island Amusement Park at Encanto Park
1202 W. Encanto Blvd.
Phoenix , Arizona
Phone : (602) 254-1200
Description: Named as one of the Top 12 Best City Parks in America by Forbes, Encanto Park offers families nine rides and a variety of popular attractions geared towards kids aged one to ten. Guests can enjoy the historic Encanto carousel, bumper boats, splash zone, kiddie cars, pedal boats, and mini-coaster. Enchanted Island also has the C.P. Huntington Train, which takes its guests on a seven-minute tour of the island.Tip: Friday nights starting at 5 p.m., unlimited ride wristbands for children or adults are only $6.50.Details: 1202 W. Encanto Blvd., Phoenix. (602) 254-1200Hours: See website for details.Admission: Free. Prices vary for ride tickets.
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Espee Park Spray Pad
450 E. Knox
Chandler , Arizona
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Fateh Sagar Lake and Pichola Lake
, Arizona
Description: Both these lakes are very scenic and the best time to go there is in the evening, just before sunset. You can stroll in the Nehru Garden or take a tour of the ghats, that are frequented by both, the locals and the tourists. Alternately, you can just hop on to one of the silent row boats or shikaras and soak in the beauty of the sunset. Just make sure your navigator can manage a good song on board.

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FlowRider at the Westin Kierland
6902 E. Greenway Parkway
Scottsdale , Arizona
Phone : 480-624-1268
Description: Surf's up! The Westin Kierland brings the ocean to the desert with the FlowRider boardsport simulator. Kids and adults alike can get instruction and take to the waves.Details: 6902 E. Greenway Parkway, Scottsdale. 480-624-1268 Admission: FlowRider is reserved for guests of the Westin Kierland Resort. Registration Fee (one-time, lifetime): $15. One Hour Session: $30
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Glen Canyon National Recreation Area
, Arizona
Description: The Glen Canyon National Recreation Area offers locals and visitors a chance to enjoy water based activities, but it is also a visually stunning area of blue water, desert landscape, and dramatic stone walls. In addition to Glen Canyon, the area is also home to Lake Powell, one of the largest man made lakes in the United States.

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Goldfield Ghost Town
465 N. Mammoth Mine Rd.
Apache Junction , Arizona
Phone : 480-983-0333
Description: Take a trip back into the 1800s when gold mining and gun fighting was the norm. Goldfield Ghost Town is Phoenix?s only authentic ghost town that offers guests the chance to learn about the past and enjoy some great entertainment. Witness an Old West gun fight performed by the Goldfield Gunfighters,pan for gold, and take a ride on Arizona?s only narrow gauge train. You can even take an underground guided tour through the mines or a jeep tour across the scenic Apache Trail.Details: 465 N. Mammoth Mine Rd., Apache Junction. 480-983-0333Hours: Daily, 10 p.m. - 5 p.m.Admission: Prices vary per attraction.
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Golf
, Arizona
Description: Greater Phoenix is home to more than 200 golf courses, many designed by legends of the game such as Robert Trent Jones, Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer. Check out stay-and-play packages at area resorts before you come, and consider playing one of Phoenix's true desert layouts.

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Golfland Sunsplash
155 W. Hampton Ave.
Mesa , Arizona
Phone : 480-834-8319
Description: In addition to the many attractions at Golfland, Sunsplash has so much to offer families and kids of all ages. The water park features a wavepool, a lazy river, rock slides, a toddler play pool, and seven thrilling attractions. The most recent addition to the park is The Revolution, a seven-story ride that will catapult its riders into an open bowl. When you are done soaking up the rays and getting soaked, head to Golfland to enjoy bumper boats, laser tag, miniature golf, and choose from over 200 games at the arcade.Tip: Sunsplash offers Night Splash hours on select days. The park remains open until 11 p.m. for everyone to enjoy attractions at night.Details: 155 W. Hampton Ave., Mesa. 480-834-8319Admission: $29.99 for guests over 48?, $19.99 for guests 47? and under, $19.99 for seniors (60+), $3 for kids 2 and under. Prices include Sunsplash entry only.
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Grand Canyon
, Arizona
Description: One of the biggest attractions in America, and certainly in the state of Arizona, is the spectacular Grand Canyon. This incredible landscape, carved out by the Colorado River, reveals the power of nature and the wonder it can create. The canyon walls glow a variety of colors in the late afternoon sun, with hues of orange, red, yellow, and everything in between. Most visitors see the canyon from the South Rim, where there are numerous lookout areas all along the road and walkway running along the canyon's edge. The North Rim provides a different view altogether, but the road is closed in winter. For those who want a closer look, t is possible to hike down into the Grand Canyon or take a helicopter flight over and through the canyon.

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Great Arizona Puppet Theater
302 W. Latham St.
Phoenix , Arizona
Phone : (602) 262-2050
Description: Puppet shows are put on year round and vary every few months. This summer watch The Three Billy Goats Gruff, The Monkey and The Pirate, and My Pet Dinosaur.Tips: The Theater offers workshops on select Saturdays where kids can create their own puppet to take home.Details: 302 W. Latham St., Phoenix. (602) 262-2050Hours: Wednesday-Friday 10 a.m., Saturday 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., Sunday 2 p.m.Admission: $10 for adults, $7 for ages 2 and up, free for kids under 2 with the purchase of a child ticket.
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Hall of Flame Fire Museum
601 E. Van Buren St.
Phoenix , Arizona
Phone : 602-275-3473
Description: This is the place to take aspiring lil' firefighters. See over 90 fully restored pieces of fire apparatus, dating from 1725-1969. The Hall of Flame Museum has over an acre of fire history exhibits with pieces from America, France, Austria, Germany, and Japan. The museum is also home to the Hall of Heroes to honor those who have fallen.Details: 601 E. Van Buren St., Phoenix. 602-275-3473Hours: Monday-Saturday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sunday 12 p.m. - 4 p.m.Admission: $7 for adults, $6 for seniors (62+), $5 for ages 6-17, $2.50 for ages 3-5, free for kids 2 and under.
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Havasu Falls
, Arizona
Description: Near Supai on the Havasupai Indian Reservation is the 100-foot Havasu Falls. The pools at the base of Havasu Falls have a bluish green tint to the water, and the fall is forked so it appears that there are two falls when the river is flowing heavily. In the canyon of Havasu Creek, a tributary of the Colorado River, some 450 Havasupai Indians (the people of the blue-green water) live a secluded life, subsisting on their modest farming activities but now mainly dependent on the tourist trade. In this paradisiac valley the Havasu have created a number of waterfalls and carved out basins in the travertine rock which form attractive bathing pools.

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Heard Museum
, Arizona
Description: The Heard is Arizona's most famous museum. The traditional and contemporary art on display provides insight into the culture of Arizona's 22 Native American tribes. Not to be missed is the haunting exhibit on Indian boarding schools. The Heard Museum Shop is one of the best places in Phoenix to buy authentic American Indian jewelry, pottery, paintings, sculpture and weavings.

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Heard Museum
2301 N. Central Ave..
Phoenix , Arizona
Phone : 602-252-8848
Description: The Heard Museum is the ideal place to experience the many cultures and art of American Indians of the Southwest. Hands-on activities engage visitors of all ages with weaving, creating your own wearable art and Apache burden baskets.Tip: Free Summer Sundays at the Heard are offered for the month of July, which includes free admission. Kids and adults can enjoy hands-on activities, a scavenger hunt, and ice cream, with varying themes each week.Details: 2301 N. Central Ave., Phoenix. 602-252-8848Hours: Monday-Saturday 9:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Sunday 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.Admission: May 24th-September 28th, $23 for adults, $18.5o for seniors (65+), $12.50 for students and ages 6-12, $5 for ages 1-5.
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Heritage Square
, Arizona
Description: Occupying a city block in downtown Phoenix, Heritage Square is home to the Arizona Science Center. But go for the food. Pizzeria Bianco serves pizza that a New York Times food critic deemed the best in the country, and Nobuo at Teeter House is an Asian-style teahouse by day and a funky izakaya by night.

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Hoover Dam
, Arizona
Description: Hoover Dam is one of the world's great engineering marvels. This massive structure, completed in 1935, crosses the Colorado River, linking Arizona and Nevada. It is 726 feet high and 1,244 feet long. Lake Mead, held back by the Hoover Dam, is the largest artificial lake in the United States. It is 110 miles long, and holds the equivalent of two years of flow of the Colorado River.

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i.d.e.a. Museum
150 W. Pepper Place
Mesa , Arizona
Phone : 480-644-2468
Description: Children are given opportunities to engage their senses and are encouraged to be creative while at the i.d.e.a. Museum. The three main exhibit areas, the Blacklight Room, the HUB, and Whiteman Family Exhibition Gallery, allow kids to explore their imagination through design, science and technology. Artville is a town for kids up to four years old that offers a train, soft sculptures, Legos and light boxes with cubes, and puppets in the Performing Arts Center.Tip: The i.d.e.a. Museum offers free admission on the first Sunday of every month from 12 p.m. - 5 p.m.Details: 150 W. Pepper Place, Mesa. 480-644-2468Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Sunday 12 p.m. - 4 p.m.Admission: $7 per person, free for kids under one
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Jagdish Mishthan Bhandar (JMB)
, Arizona
Description: How can one visit Rajasthan and not savour the local delicacies. Apart from the traditional gattey ki subzi and daal baati churma, make a mandatory stop at Jagdish Mishtaan Bhandaar (popularly known as JMB) for their snacky specialities. Their kachoris are legendary and serve both as a tourist attraction and a local delight. We recommend that you have them piping hot. Their pyaaz kachori is the most popular snack.

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Jerome
, Arizona
Description: Located along a mountainside, high above the desert floor, Jerome is an old mining town, turned ghost town, turned tourist attraction. A steep hill with switchbacks is the main street through town, and where visitors will find interesting stores and restaurants. Views from the streets and some of the shop windows are amazing. Many of the old buildings have been renovated but some still stand as ruins, creating a very interesting dynamic.This town is a popular day trip from Sedona, Prescott, Phoenix, or Flagstaff. There is also accommodation for those who want to spend the night. The town's mining history can be appreciated at the Gold King Mine Museum.

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Lake Mead National Recreation Area
, Arizona
Description: Lake Mead National Recreation Area spans 177 miles of the Colorado River, including Lake Mead and Lake Mohave. The area's 1.5 million acres stretches into southern Nevada.The area offers boating and watersports, camping facilities, fishing, and hiking opportunities. Lake Mohave is 67 miles long, making it the smaller of the two major lakes in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area. Like its counterpart, Lake Mohave is an artificial body of water, held back by Davis Dam. Willow Beach is a small resort town on the Colorado River with accommodation, restaurants, marina and fish hatchery.

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Mangaladevi Temple
, Arizona
Description: A Hindu temple at Bolar in Mangalore, it is home to the goddess Mangaladevi after whom the city of Mangalore is named. It's history dates back to the 10th century, when Kundavarma, the famous king of the Alupa dynasty, was ruling Tulu Nadu. Approximately 3 km from the heart of the city, the temple can be accessed by rickshaw or bus. It is believed that the worship of Mangala devi brings prosperity and happiness. Dusshera is celebrated here, on a big scale with special pujas performed for nine days. It is also believed that maidens who observe Mangaladharavrata (Swayamvara Parvathi) will have their wishes fullfilled and will find a suitable match.

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Manglorean Beaches
, Arizona
Description: If you're looking for some peace and quiet, head to Tannirbhavi beach. One of the cleanest Manglorean beaches, you have to take the ferry across the Gurupurra river from Sultan Battery. It's a five-minute walk once you've crossed the river and is not as crowded as the famous Panambur beach. An ideal place to relax, it is approximately 20-minutes away from the city centre and is famous for its white sand and silence. However, swimming is not allowed here during rainy season. Panambur beach, on the other hand, is full of activity with plenty of foodstalls, jet-ski and camel rides, boating and other options to keep children as well as adults entertained. A kite festival is held on this beach every year, so if you're around don't miss it. If you like watersports, you can give surfing, stand-up paddling and wakeboarding a go, at the Mantra Surf Club.

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McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park
7301 E. Indian Bend Rd.
Scottsdale , Arizona
Phone : 480-312-2312
Description: Located in the heart of Scottsdale, this unique park offers a variety of activities for people of all ages. Guests can take a ride on Paradise and Pacific Railroad where they will be taken around the park on a one mile track. Kids will be delighted as they ride the beautifully carved and restored Scottsdale Charro Carousel, with 30 horses and two wheelchair chariots. Throughout the park there are several exhibits that display railroad engines, a baggage car from 1914, a machine shop, and the 10,000-square-foot Model Railroad Building that showcases displays and artifacts.Tip: Let the kids run wild on the park's two playgrounds with ladders, slides, towers and swings.Details: 7301 E. Indian Bend Rd., Scottsdale. 480-312-2312Hours: See website for seasonal hours.Admission: Free. Tickets required for various rides and exhibits. $1 per ticket. Kids 2 and under are free on train and carousel with paying adult, children 12 and under are free in the Historical Railroad Exhibit.
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Monument Valley
, Arizona
Description: Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park straddles the border between Arizona and Utah. The impressive Wild West landscape includes jagged rock formations, dramatic buttes, and sand dunes. Visitors can do a self drive tour through the valley, take a guided tour or photography tour, or simply appreciate some of the views from the passing highway.

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Musical Instrument Museum
4725 E. Mayo Blvd.
Phoenix , Arizona
Phone : 480-478-6000
Description: This one-of-its-kind interactive museum is a hit with kids and adults alike. Guests can play instruments from around the world; learn how they are made and how they are played. You can even see instruments from music icons like John Lennon, Taylor Swift and Elvis Presley in the Artist Gallery.Tip: MIMkids programs are offered every week for $12. Mini Music Makers is geared for children up to five years old and offers a place where parents and kids can sing, dance, and play instruments all while developing their motor, pre-language and musical skills. Their Musical Adventures Series is for kids 6-10 years of age where they will discover new cultures with music making and creating instruments.Details: 4725 E. Mayo Blvd., Phoenix. 480-478-6000Hours: Monday-Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m.-5 p.m., First Friday of each month 9 a.m.- 9 p.m.Admission: $18 for general, $14 for ages 13-19, $10 for ages 4-12, free for ages 3 and under.
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Musical Instrument Museum
, Arizona
Description: Phoenix's newest must-see attraction is the first museum in the world dedicated to the celebration of global instruments. This $250 million museum features a collection of more than 15,000 instruments including the last guitar Elvis played in concert.

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Old Town Scottsdale
, Arizona
Description: The Old West and New West converge in Old Town Scottsdale, where galleries dedicated to American Indian and cowboy arts share a pedestrian-friendly streetscape with shops that sell Southwestern jewelry and crafts. Nearby, you'll find some of Greater Phoenix's finest restaurants and trendiest nightlife.

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Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument
, Arizona
Description: In southwestern Arizona, on the frontier with Mexico, is Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, with three distinct desertic vegetation zones and some 30 different species of cactus. However, the park is famous for the organ pipe cactus, which grows up to 23 ft high, and blooms from May to July. Because of the great heat during the day it opens up its flowers only after sunset. The area can be explored on various roads and hiking trails. There are two scenic drives of note; the Ajo Mountain Drive, and the Puerto Blanco Drive.

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Out of Africa Wildlife Park
3505 W. SR-260,
Camp Verde , Arizona 86322
Phone : 928-567-2840
Description: Here's a riddle for you: How can you visit Africa without stepping foot on a plane, train or boat? You can't say teleportation and Superman can't give you a ride.Give up?Look no further than Arizona's Out of Africa Wildlife Park. I mean it when I say it feels like you've walked out of the Sonoran desert and into The Savanna. This park is unlike any other zoo or animal experience I've encountered, and it has something for everyone within its gates.Expect to find habitats for tigers, lions and bears, plus my personal favorite: spotted hyenas.You'll also find a dazzle of zebras, an ostrich named Chili-Pepper, a giraffe named Kibo, and many more.Out of Africa is a unique 103-acre preserve that allows animals to thrive and flourish in spacious exhibits, and none of the animals have to go through any training. The park even lets some of the animal shows run almost completely on improv.The park offers a variety of unique ways to get up close and personal to their furry, scaly and slippery residents. One of my favorite options is the Unimog Adventure Safari Tour, a giant truck that takes you into some of the exhibits to feed and get to know the animals face-to-face.For something a little more casual, and probably easier for little ones, visit the Tiger Splash show. Believe it or not, the entire show involves people walking around in normal clothes playing, swimming and running around with a tiger. The show is a mix of comedy and crazy, and it's just plain fun. Those brave enough can stick around and feed a tiger too.Even more fun can be had with the park's African bush safari, giant snake show and predator feed. There's also a Wonders of Wildlife show that visitors can't miss. Honestly, I could have spent an entire weekend here and not seen everything.Visitors can even camp out at the park during select times of the year, opt for a special VIP behind-the-scenes tour, or take a photography workshop for a little something extra. And bonus: the park is free during your birthday month!Out of Africa also has one final option that I simply couldn't pass up: Predator Zip Line. You can actually fly over all those spectacular animals for an aerial view that's to die for. It's the only one of its kind. You can read more about that experience in an upcoming post.The park even has great lunch options that go beyond the typical hot dog and hamburger, and they won't break your budget. You'll find a bunch of sandwiches and burgers with colorful names. Try the Kibo sandwich when you get the chance.Out of Africa is in Camp Verde, Arizona, about a 75-minute drive from central Phoenix. It's located about 30 minutes south of Sedona.
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Petrified Forest National Park
, Arizona
Description: ArizonaLarge pieces of petrified wood, along with fossilized plants, fish, and reptiles, have been revealed in great numbers in what is today Petrified National Forest in the Painted Desert. The park access road allows visitors to drive passed many of the highlights and short interpretive trails allow for close up looks at a variety of unique sights. The Visitors Center provides insight into the ecology and geology of the park and is a good place to start before heading out on the drive.

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Phoenix Art Museum
, Arizona
Description: A major player in the Southwest's art landscape, Phoenix Art Museum showcases an impressive collection of European, Asian, Latin American, Western American and contemporary pieces. Be sure to check out the sculpture garden, Museum Store and the museum restaurant, Palette.

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Phoenix Art Museum
1625 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix , Arizona
Phone : 602-257-1880
Description: The Phoenix Art Museum has more than 17,000 works of art from across the world. Kids get to enjoy the PhxArtKids Gallery, where they can participate in hands-on and brains-on activities.Tip: Free admission is offered on Wednesdays from 3 p.m. - 9 p.m. and on First Fridays from 6 p.m. - 10 p.m. Fees may apply to special exhibitions.Details: 1625 N. Central Ave., Phoenix. 602-257-1880Hours: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Wednesday and Friday 10 a.m. - 9 p.m., Sunday 12 p.m. - 5 p.m.Admission: $15 for adults, $12 for seniors (65+), $10 for students, $6 for ages 6-17, free for children 5 and under. Price does not include feature exhibitions.
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Phoenix Zoo
455 N. Galvin Pkwy
Phoenix , Arizona
Phone : 602-273-1341
Description: The Phoenix Zoo offers families the opportunity to see wild animals up close and personal. Watch as Sumatran tigers roam the savanna; feed towering giraffes at the giraffe encounter; witness Asian elephants play in a watering hole. The zoo also features a monkey village, safari train and stingray bay. Kids can even splash around in the Yakulla Caverns or Leapin' Lagoon from March-October.Tip: Admission is only $10 on Tuesdays from May to August.Details: 455 N. Galvin Pkwy, Phoenix. 602-273-1341Hours: January 13-May 31, daily 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., June 1-August 31, daily 7 a.m. - 2 p.m., September 1-November 5, daily 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., November 6-January 12, daily 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.Admission: $20 for adults, $10 for ages 3-12, free for kids 2 and under.
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Pioneer Living History Museum
3901 W. Pioneer Rd.
Phoenix , Arizona
Phone : 623-465-1052
Description: Be taken back in time as you visit the Pioneer Arizona Living History Museum. This 1800s town is spread across 90 acres, featuring authentic buildings and historically-accurate reproductions. Step inside a blacksmith shop, a sheriff's office and jail, and a 1890s dress shop, all while costumed cowboys, lawmen and Victorian ladies greet you throughout your visit.Details: 3901 W. Pioneer Rd., Phoenix. 623-465-1052Hours: Wednesday-Sunday, June 1-September 5, 7 a.m.11 a.m.September 6-May 31 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.Admission: $9 for adults, $8 for seniors and veterans, $7 for ages 5-17, free for kids 4 and under
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Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeology Park
4619 E. Washington St.
Phoenix , Arizona
Phone : 602-495-0901
Description: Located on a 1,500 year old archaeological site, the Pueblo Grande Museum is the largest preserved site within Phoenix. A trail takes guests through the prehistoric Hohokam village that features an excavated platform mound, ballcourt, and replicated prehistoric houses. Children are able to participate in hands-on activities where they can learn about the science of archaeology.Tip: Archaeology for Kids Summer Camp and Art-e-ology Summer Camp is offered all summer. Kids can learn about the life of an archaeological artifact, how to identify artifacts in the field, and the science behind caring for artifacts.Details: 4619 E. Washington St., Phoenix. 602-495-0901Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 9 a.m.-4:45 p.m., closed Mondays and Sundays from May-September.Admission: $6 for adults, $5 for seniors (55+), $3 for ages 6-17, free for kids 5 and under.
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Rawhide Western Town and Steakhouse
5700 W. North Loop Rd.
Chandler , Arizona
Phone : 480-502-5600
Description: Kids and adults will both get the true Western experience with a petting zoo, a tour through the Sonoran Desert trails by stagecoach, gold panning, and riding a mechanical bull. One of the best features at Rawhide is the Six Gun Theater and The Arizona Roughriders. Watch as Wild West stuntmen take daring falls and duel it out in gunfights and dodge explosions. Rawhide's steakhouse has a menu that celebrates the spirit and hospitality of its Western roots through true cowboy portions.Details: 5700 W. North Loop Rd., Chandler. 480-502-5600Hours: May 1-13: Wednesday-Friday 5 p.m. - 10 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 12 p.m. - 10 p.m.,May 14 - June 30: Wednesday-Sunday 5 p.m. - 10 p.m., closed Monday-Tuesday,Month of July: Thursday-Sunday 5 p.m. - 10 p.m., closed Monday-Wednesday.Admission: Free. $5 parking.
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Saguaro National Park
, Arizona
Description: Saguaro National Park is a great place to experience the desert landscape around Tucson and see the famous saguaro cacti up close. The park has two sections, an east and a west portion, located on the east and west side of Tucson, approximately a half hour drive apart. Both offer great opportunities to see the desert flora and fauna with roads and hiking trails. There are also challenging hiking options available with trails that lead up into the high mountains, reaching up to 8000 ft in elevation. Visitors can visit both sections of the park on the same entrance ticket or park pass.

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Sajjangarh Fort
, Arizona
Description: Sajjangarh fort, also known as the Monsoon Palace offers a breathtaking view of the beautiful lakes on one side and the Aravallis on the other. If you are looking for photo ops, this is the place to be at. A great spot to marvel at the beauty of the city, get here before sunset.

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Schnepf Farms
24810 S. Rittenhouse Rd.
Queen Creek , Arizona
Phone : 480-987-3100
Description: Tip: The first Saturday of every month, kids can participate in Farmer of the Day for $20. They will learn to irrigate; plant seeds; pick vegetables; and enjoy a hot dog for lunch.Details: 24810 S. Rittenhouse Rd., Queen Creek. 480-987-3100Hours: Thursday-Sunday 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
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Scottsdale Quarter
15279 N. Scottsdale Rd.
Scottsdale , Arizona
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SEA LIFE Arizona
5000 S. Arizona Mills
Tempe , Arizona
Phone : .877-526-3960
Description: At SEA LIFE Arizona you will be transported into the wondrous ocean world. Guests can interact with creatures at the touch pools and encounter over 5,000 sea creatures, including sharks, rays, seahorses and tropical fish. There is even a 360-degree ocean tunnel that will give you an experience unlike any other in the desert.Tips: Make sure to check the feeding and talk times online so you can get the most out of your experience.Details: 5000 S. Arizona Mills, Tempe. 877-526-3960Hours: Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. - 7:30 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.Admission: (At the door) $18 for adults, $13 for ages 3-12, (online) $14.40 for adults, $10.40 for ages 3-12.
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Sedona
, Arizona
Description: The town of Sedona, about an hour and a half drive north of Phoenix, is situated in a stunning setting, surrounded by red rock mountains and buttes. There are fabulous views from the main highway running through the town and almost every street corner. The area has great hiking and mountain biking, but jeep tours provide an even easier way to get out into the landscape. Sedona is known for its energy vortexes and many people consider it to be a highly spiritual place.

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Shilpagram
, Arizona
Description: If shopping is on your mind, then head to Shilpgram where talented local artisans sell everything from minakari jewellery, lehariyas, mojris and other local handicrafts. All the products are authentic, as it has been formed under a scheme of the government to promote local art and artists. When you are tired of lifting those shopping bags you can also take a moment to watch some of the live singing and dancing performances.

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St. Aloysius Chapel
, Arizona
Description: Situated in the heart of the city on Lighthouse Hill is the beautiful St. Aloysius Chapel. A part of the St. Aloysius College, it has magnificent Biblical frescoes on its walls and ceilings painted by the Italian Jesuit, Anthony Moscheni. With frescoes depicting the lives of saints and the life and death of Jesus Christ, they are a visual treat for art lovers. Its an architectural marvel and can be compared to the churches in Rome. Even if you're not an art fan, the chapel is worth a visit for its wonderfully peaceful feel.

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Superstition Farm
3440 S. Hawes Rd.
Mesa , Arizona
Phone : 602-432-5600
Description: Tip: Guests can hand feed rescue animals and hold chickens for only $3.75 per adult and $2.75 for kids.Details: 3440 S. Hawes Rd., Mesa. 602-432-5600Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., open until 7:30 p.m. on Thursdays
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Surge Splash Pad at The Phoenician
6000 E. Camelback Rd.
Scottsdale , Arizona
Phone : 480-941-8200
Description: The Phoenician Resort had added to their already fantastic pools with the new Surge Splash Pad. Kids can spray each other with water cannons, stay cool while buckets of water are poured on them, and playful turtles mist them.Details: 6000 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale. 480-941-8200 Admission: For resort guests only.
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Taliesin West
, Arizona
Description: The sprawling wonder at the foot of the McDowell Mountains was the winter home of Frank Lloyd Wright, America's most famous architect. Wright constructed Taliesin West from sand, gravel and stone he found on the mountain's talus slope. It's open to the public for tours.

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Tumacacori National Historical Park
, Arizona
Description: Tumacacori National Historical Park, located south of Tucson, preserves the ruins of three early Spanish colonial missions on 47 acres in southern Arizona. San Jose de Tumaccori and Los Santos ngeles de Guevavi were established in 1691 and are the two oldest missions in Arizona. The third mission, San Cayetano de Calabazas, was established in 1756. The site was abandoned in 1848 due to Apache raids, neglect, and a terrible winter. Tumacacori became a national monument in 1908 and the two Spanish missions, Guevavi and Calabazas, were added to the site in 1990.

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Wet ‘n’ Wild
4243 W. Pinnacle Peak Rd.
Glendale , Arizona
Phone : 623-201-2000
Description: As one of the most well-known and largest water parks in Arizona, Wet 'n' Wild features over 30 water slides and attractions. It is home to the Maximum Velocity, the first and only ride of its kind in the world. This coaster allows guests to race in tandem tubes down two slide tracks, with over 830 feet of drops and curves. There are plenty of attractions for the younger kids, as well. Went 'n' Wild Jr. is a kid sized water park that was made especially for kids and their families. Kids can play with water toys; enjoy spray zones, and various water attractions like the Tiny Typhoon.Tips: The water park can easily reach capacity during the summer. Make sure you arrive early to beat the afternoon rush.Details: 4243 W. Pinnacle Peak Rd., Glendale. 623-201-2000Admission: $39.99 for adults, $29.99 for kids under 42?, $29.99 for seniors (65+), and free for kids 2 and under. Parking is $8
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Wildlife World Zoo & Aquarium
16501 W. Northern Ave.
Litchfield , Arizona
Phone : 623-935-9453
Description: Wildlife World Zoo and Aquarium is now home to a new 15-acre safari park with more than 32 species. Guests can also visit a diverse water life in the aquarium or the 600 species that call the zoo home. If cute and cuddly is your thing, make sure to stop by the Baby Animal Nursery to see which species is currently staying there. Enjoy the view from high atop the media skyride, which takes you on a 15-minute ride around the park.Tip: Kids can feed axis deer, baby goats, chickens and more for only 50 cents for pellets.Details: 16501 W. Northern Ave., Litchfield. 623-935-9453Hours: Zoo is open daily from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m., Aquarium is open daily from 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.Admission: $32 for adults, $15.25 for ages 3-12, free for kids 2 and under.
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