Best places to visit in Phoenix in march

With a ton of activities ranging from art and music to nature and food, Phoenix really does have something for everyone. It’s a challenge to fit all there is to do in Phoenix into one trip

This Phoenix icon is only 20 minutes from downtown and hosts thousands of hikers each year. 

Camelback Mountain

As the world’s largest museum of its kind, the Musical Instrument Museum is home to more than 15,000 musical instruments and associated objects. 

Musical Instrument Museum

Papago Park

Papago Park is a municipal park which covers 1,200 acres in Phoenix and 296 acres in Tempe. This desert park is well-known for its wide array of desert plants 

Heard Museum

Roosevelt Row

South Mountain Park and Preserve

Phoenix Art Museum

Dine at Heritage Square

Old Town Scottsdale

Taliesin West

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