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Heritage & Culture

The region that became Arizona was inhabited well before statehood. Tour the ancient ruins of American Indian sites, visit historic missions and witness Wild West reenactments.

Across the state, you'll find ruins of villages, ancient structures, and missions founded by indigenous tribes, and later European settlers and Catholic missionaries. Of course, who can forget Arizona's Wild West history?

Arizona's modern culture, seen in its cities and arts, continue to be influenced by those who came before with plenty of room for innovation.

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Arts & Culture

American Indian Culture in AZ

Long before Arizona became a state, people were drawn to the area's beautiful weather and stunning vistas. Tracing back at least 12,000 years...

Viva la Cultura

Arizona's Hispanic and Latino Culture

Experience Arizona's vibrant Hispanic heritage at historic sites and colorful festivals across the state. Find authentic and award-winning...

LGBTQ + Arizona

From Arizona's small towns to its largest city, visitors find plenty of open and welcoming communities to enjoy in the Grand Canyon State.

Places to Stay

AZ Dude Ranches: A Glimpse into Wild West History

Whether they go by "guest ranch" or "dude ranch," these authentic Western experiences offer a glimpse into the rugged nature of Arizona, while...

Experiences

Eat & Drink

It’s a question that perpetually comes up at least once a day and maybe more: “Where do you want to eat?” Well, we’ve got answers—multiple ones!...

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The Old West

Pistoleros Wild West Show

Experience Arizona's Best Wild West Stunt Show!We're all about Wild West Action and Fun! For over two decades, the Pistoleros have been...

Galleries & Museums

Planes of Fame Air Museum

The Planes of Fame Air Museum seeks to preserve aviation history, inspire interest in aviation, educate the public, and honor aviation...

History

Poston Memorial Monument

The Poston Memorial Monument marks the site where 17,867 persons of Japanese ancestry, the majority of whom were United States citizens,...

Music

Pub Rock Live

Pub Rock Live is Scottsdale's hub for the newest upcoming bands, your very own Phoenix-bred talent, and well-known stars. Big shows are...

Galleries & Museums

Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park

Pueblo Grande Museum is located on a 1,500-year-old archaeological site left by the Hohokam culture located just minutes from downtown...

Galleries & Museums

Quartzsite Museum

The Quartzsite Museum, also known as the Tysons Well Stage Station Museum, provides an introduction to the pioneer and mining history of...

History

Queen Mine Tour

The Queen Mine was one of Bisbee's richest and operated from 1877 - 1975. It has seven levels with 143 miles of passageways. The Mine has...

The Old West

Rancho de la Osa

Rancho de la Osa is Arizona's most historic ranch. Ride the trails frequented by U.S. Presidents, movie stars, and other dignitaries. Learn...

The Old West

Rancho de Los Caballeros Historic Dude Ranch

Old West meets "New West" at Rancho de Los Caballeros, where the dude ranch's 74-year-old legacy is enhanced with new facility upgrades and...

Galleries & Museums

Rex Allen Museum

Born Rex Elvie Allen (1920-1999), Rex grew up on a homestead 40 miles north of Willcox. He was a real cowboy who became the last of the...

Galleries & Museums

Sanguinetti House Museum & Gardens

The charming 19th-century adobe E. F. Sanguinetti (1867-1945) home, in the heart of historic Yuma, stands as a testament to the "Merchant...