Where to go bat watching in Phoenix: The Phoenix Bat Cave

Did you know there’s a cave in Phoenix that is home to over 10,000 bats every summer? The Phoenix Bat Cave is actually a Maricopa County Flood Tunnel where bats have returned to roost every summer since the late 90s. It’s the best spot to watch thousands and thousands of bats emerge each evening. What…

Martin Auto Museum in Glendale, AZ

Looking for a great place to visit in Glendale, AZ? Check out the Martin Auto Museum! This museum is dedicated to preserving the history of automobiles and features vehicles from all over the world. Whether you are a car lover or not, this museum is sure to fascinate and educate you. @arizonatravelideas The Martin Auto…

Free Neon Sign Park in Casa Grande, AZ

If you’re looking for a unique way to spend an afternoon in Casa Grande, AZ, head over to the free Neon Sign Park. This quirky little park is home to a variety of old neon signs from businesses past and present in the area. It’s definitely worth a visit if you’re into retro signage or…

Free Desert Botanical Garden in Fountain Hills, AZ

Nestled in the hills amidst some beautiful private properties is a little gem of a hike. At just about 3/4 of a mile to meander with helpful signs filled with interesting facts, this 8-acre botanical garden is the perfect spot to go on an evening hike, lunchtime break, or morning stroll.

Road Trips from Phoenix

Phoenix, AZ is in such a great location for some really unique road trips. While Phoenix has plenty to do and see itself, locals, and visitors trying to fit in as much of Arizona as they can, may want to plan a road trip or two. There are MANY options to choose from depending on…

Clothing Brands Inspired by Arizona

I love supporting small businesses and finding companies that celebrate Arizona is even better! I’m always on the hunt for fun new clothing brands to add to my list when shopping for myself or for gifts. Here are some great clothing brands that will help you show off your love for AZ. Clothing Brands That…

Sharlot Hall Museum – Prescott, AZ

The Sharlot Hall Museum, founded in 1928, is an educational and cultural center focusing on the historical, social and natural aspects of Arizona. The museum consists of 11 exhibit buildings (6 of which are historic). It’s located right in downtown Prescott and is definitely worth a visit! The museum is great for all ages since…