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Phoenix, Things To Do
Apr 22, 2013 - The arts and entertainment in Phoenix
Phoenix is one most widely used filming location in Arizona be it a big budget production or series production due to it’s diverse geography and natural landscape; few to be named are 24, Bus Stop, Interstate 60, Jerry Maguire, The Kingdom, Little Miss Sunshine, Psycho and The War of the Worlds. Other than being an A-list location, it is also city fills with vibrant arts and entertainment the community has to offer whether it is indoor or outdoor you will bound to find an enjoyable performances such live band, music, dance or even meeting these talents in person. Or if you prefer something more subtle, you can always take a walk around the town and enjoy the sights creative street arts, local art galleries and of course impressive list of art museums around.
A fan of classical Rembrandt or the Leibowitz modern photography work? Pay a visit to The Phoenix Art Museum to appreciate the home of more than 16,000 art pieces and artifacts. While The Heard Museum offers an appreciation for the Hohokam people with plenty of artifacts and art displays of the Native Americans. Phoenix also play host annual art events and exhibitions such as the Arizona Fine Art Expo and the Celebration of Fine Art which allows you appreciate the art pieces , meet the artist or just to share your appreciation with people of the same interest, or maybe a chance to meet Newt Grover - Phoenix’s very own glassblowing master. Some of the art exhibits and festivals embraced the cultural diversity of American, Mexican and Native American.
For a more interactive culture experience, visit the Celebrity Theatre, Dodge Theatre or the Herberger Theater Center. The Arizona Broadway Theater or the Broadway Palm Dinner Theater offers you an enjoyable dinner accompanied with a fabulous show. There is just so much Phoenix has to offer from galleries, lived music performance, theatre, ballet, symphony orchestra...the list is just endless.
So start planning your trip for a culturally rich experience, take your pick from the themed museums like the Commemorative Air Force Arizona Wing Aircraft Museum, the Bead Museum, Heritage and Science Park, Meteor Crater Enterprises or the Musical Instrument Museum.
If your child has a history project in the coming months, check out the Arizona Historical Society Museum or the Arizona Mining and Mineral Museum. And for a more fun-filled history lesson, there’s a list of interesting museum to visit such as the Children’s Museum of Phoenix, the Superstition Mountain Lost Dutchman Museum, the Arizona Doll and Toy Museum and also chance to get your hands on the exhibit at the Arizona Science Center.
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