or choose your own adventure.

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.

Arizona Science Center

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.

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Chase Field Tour

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.

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Japanese Friendship Garden

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.

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Maricopa County Justice Museum

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.

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Orpheum Theatre Tour

203 W. Adams St.

Experienced guides highlight architecture and historical facts and stories of this artfully-restored theater. Tours every Tuesday at 12pm and 1pm. Free.

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Phoenix Police Museum

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.

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Pioneer Cemetery Tour

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.

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Rosson House Museum

113 N. Sixth St.

View what life was like for Rosson House residents during Arizona’s late territorial period. Hours and pricing are available on the museum website.

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