Arizona's Must-Sees

With so much to see and do in Arizona, it can be hard deciding what to experience. We combed through everything and put together a list of the best and most awe-inspiring places you just have to see while you’re here. From grand to small, to amazement and adventure, these must-sees will help you make the most of your trip.

San Xavier Mission, Tucson AZ
San Xavier del Bac, Tucson

Road Trips

Six Days Touring the Mother Road: Route 66

Travel America's famous Mother Road, historic Route 66, through classic towns still filled with Americana and more.

History & Heritage

American Indian Tribal Lands

Discover the rich history and culture of the native communities in Arizona. Long before Arizona became a state, people were drawn to the area's...

Outdoor Adventures

Arizona’s Starry Nights

Arizona has long fought against "light pollution" - city glare that obscures the night sky. The Dark Skies Movement is headquartered in Tucson,...

Must Do

A Guide to Visiting Antelope Canyon the 'Right Way'

Antelope Canyon's otherworldly beauty makes it one of the most highly sought after destinations in the world, and access to this natural marvel...

Outdoor Adventures

9 Outdoor Adventures You Can Only Have in Arizona

Adventurers, take note: Whatever you're into, you can get into it in Arizona. The breadth of adventure options available in this Southwestern...

Vermilion Cliffs National Monument and The Wave

If you’ve seen photos of The Wave—a striated sea of rust-red and sun-gold sandstone, rolling across Arizona’s high desert—then you have seen...

Outdoor Adventures

15 Natural Features that Define Arizona

No wonder the world's most expensive photo* was shot in Arizona—this is one photogenic state. Check out the elements that make it so beautiful.

Hidden Gems

5 Secret Ghost Towns in Arizona

These abandoned towns offer a glimpse into the state's rich history—and make for the perfect spooky season day trip.

Outdoor Adventures

Nature as an Architect: 14 Stunning Vistas in Arizona

When you think of grand American architecture, you probably think of Chicago, New York, or maybe even Seattle. But architecture in Arizona goes...