EXPLORE WITH A GROUP
There’s so much to see in Downtown Phoenix. Whether you’re looking for a culinary experience or a slice of history, tours offer a great way to explore and learn about the city.
600 E. Washington St.
Arizona’s premier science destination with hands-on learning, seasonal exhibits and programs. Open daily 10am to 5pm. $13-$18, kids 2 and under free.
401 E. Jefferson St.
Visit one of the most impressive and unique Major League Baseball facilities in the country. M-Sat at 9:30am, 11am and 12:30pm. Kids 4-6 $3, seniors $5, under 3 free.
1125 N. 3rd Ave.
Experience the peace, beauty and serenity of this Japanese-style garden, known as “Ro Ho En.” Guided tours every Wednesday. Open seasonally Tue-Sun 10am to 4pm. GA $7.
125 W. Wahington St.
Go on a cellblock tour at Maricopa County’s historic courthouse – restored to 1920s grandeur. Tour at your own pace M-Thu 12pm to 1pm. Free.
203 W. Adams St.
AExperienced guides highlight architecture and historical facts and stories of this artfully-restored theater. Tours every Tuesday at 12pm and 1pm. Free.
17 S. 2nd Ave.
Located at Historic City Hall, learn about the Phoenix Police Department and its storied past. Tour at your own pace. M-F 9am to 3pm. Closed holidays. Free.
13th Ave. & W. Jefferson St.
Pioneer & Military Memorial Park is comprised of seven historic cemeteries which were in use between 1884 and 1914. Open seasonally from 10am to 2pm. Free.
113 N. Sixth St.
View what life was like for Rosson House residents during Arizona’s late territorial period. W-Sun. The last tour begins at 3pm. $4-$7.50. Kids 5 and under free.
Hilton Garden Inn
Perfect for a date night or evening with friends and family, featuring dinner drinks at five restaurants. Mondays and Fridays at 5:30pm. $75.
Phoenix Public Market
A fun, delicious and educational way to see the city. Tours last approximately three hours and run rain or shine. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 2pm. $58-$65.
145 W. Adams St.
Since 1852, Wells, Fargo and Co. has grown with the West. Learn about the famous stagecoach and the history of the Pony Express. M-F 9am to 5pm. Free.
Various Meeting Locations
Includes bits of history, art and culture, and local tips on fun things to do and see. Fully narrated and approximately two hours, covering two miles. $12.
Various Meeting Locations
Hop on a bike and explore the obvious and not-so-obvious street art that dots Phoenix’s urban landscape. Ages 16+. $25 (does not include bike rental.)
Phoenix Public Market Cafe
Highlights local and independently owned coffee shops and gives guests a taste of the places, spaces, and faces that make Phoenix unique. Ages 16+.
Monroe and 1st St.
See entertainment and arts venues, sports stadiums, historic buildings and homes, public art, award-winning restaurants, the state capitol and more. $19-$29.