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Phoenix, Things To Do
Feb 15, 2013 - Points of interest in Phoenix
It does not matter what your interest would be, Phoenix, Arizona, has so much to offer from sports and luxury resorts, camping and hiking, or museums and learning.
The Camelback Mountain in Phoenix, is one of the great outdoors in Arizona. Hike up to the 2,704 feet high summit to enjoy the panoramic views of the area. Along the trail, you will be able to find native plants such as ocotillo, jumping holla and prickly pear cact.
Do you know where is the nation’s largest privately owned zoo is located? Well, is here in Arizona. The Phoenix Zoo is a nonprofit zoological park, home to more than 1,300 animals, including 200 endangered or threatened birds, mammals and reptiles from around the world. There is also a Harmony Farm petting area for children and adults who wants to get up-closed with some of the animals. The Zoo's newest exhibit, Land of the Dragons, featuring the Komodo dragon, the world's largest lizard from the islands of Sumatra an Indonesia.
A taste for a much cultural experience? Visit the the Heard Museum, which exhibits Native American cultural and fine art, and the Phoenix Art Museum, which has 17,000 works of American, Asian and European art, modern and contemporary, including pieces by Rembrandt and Monet, the Phoenix's Musical Instrument Museum collection includes about 10,000 instruments and artifacts for the music fan, remember to put the Artist Gallery and the Experience gallery in the to-visit-list too.
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