Is there anything cool to do in Phoenix?
Lets explore the best things to do in and around Phoenix, Arizona:Desert Botanical Garden. Source: HelloRF Zcool / shutterstock Desert Botanical Garden.Heard Museum. Taliesin West. Camelback Mountain. Phoenix Zoo. Phoenix Art Museum. Papago Park. Hole-in-the-Rock.More items
What is the number 1 attraction in Arizona?
1: Grand Canyon Grand Canyon is one of the most-visited tourist attractions in Arizona. This vast natural formation, often considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, is actually a gorge carved out of the regions sandstone bluffs by the Colorado River.
How far is Phoenix from Grand Canyon?
The south rim of Grand Canyon National Park is a 3.5-hour drive from Phoenix.
What food is Arizona famous for?
These 10 Iconic Foods In Arizona Will Have Your Mouth WateringCheese crisps. Charles Haynes/Flickr. Chimichangas. jeffreyw/Flickr. Navajo tacos. Tom Pavel/Flickr. Piki bread. Alan Levine/Flickr. Posole. jeffreyw/Flickr. Red chile stew. The Fry Bread House/Flickr. Salsa. Warren Layton/Flickr. Sonoran hot dog. Mr.TinDC/Flickr.More items •Feb 27, 2016
Where is the prettiest place in Arizona?
Have a look at the 17 most beautiful spots in the state of Arizona!Beaver Falls in Havasu Creek. Source: Edwin Verin / shutterstock Beaver Falls In Havasu Creek. Havasu Creek. Hunts Mesa, Monument Valley. Lake Mead National Recreational Area. Monument Valley. Saguaro National Park. The town of Sedona.
Is Las Vegas or Phoenix closer to the Grand Canyon?
Phoenix is actually closer to what is called “Grand Canyon National Park”. Las Vegas is maybe closer to some point on the north rim of the canyon but the developed area for tourist is on the South rim so coming from Las Vegas you will have a longer drive of something like over a hundred miles.
What is the best month to go to Arizona?
The best time to visit Phoenix is in the winter (December to February) or in the spring (March to May). This is when the weather is the most temperate, the desert is in bloom and youre best able to take advantage of all the outdoor adventures Arizona is known for.
What is Arizonas state food?
Arizona. Arizonas only official state food is its state fish, the Apache trout. However, the state does have some unofficial state foods, in particular the chimichanga. Chimichangas, otherwise known as deep-fried burritos, are a state favorite that reflect that states Mexican-American culture.