Join the circus, go down on the farm, or spend an evening of sophistication touring the home of legendary Frank Lloyd Wright. Whether you’re into acrobatics or architecture, you’ll have fun with our top things to do in Phoenix this weekend:

Taliesin West Tours: June 26-28
Visit the winter home of architectural legend Frank Lloyd Wright with specialized tours. On Friday, photographers are invited to train their lens on the uniquely beautiful site during the Photography Tour. For the Friday Night Lights Tour, adults can spend a magical evening exploring the grounds. If you have a Lego mastermind at home, Taliesin West also offers full weekend Junior Architect Tours designed especially for aspiring young architects.

Taliesin West Andrew Pielage

Taliesin West’s guest deck. Credit: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, photo by Andrew Pielage.

Ringling Bros and Barnum and Bailey Circus Extreme: June 26-28
The circus comes to town with new gravity-defying acts, exotic animals, and awe-inspiring feats to delight the whole family. Catch a morning or evening performance at the US Airways Center.

U-Pick Garden: June 26-27
This weekend is your last chance to head to Tolmachoff Farms and pick your own farm-fresh produce. Fill up on tomatoes, eggplant, sweet corn, squash, watermelon and more, and don’t forget to grab a carton of fresh eggs.

Tolmachoff Farms

Photo courtesy of Tolmachoff Farms.

Shop Local for Independents Week: June 27- July 5
Saturday kicks off Local First Arizona’s week of celebration for local businesses. Print off the Golden Coupon to receive 20% off services and goods like ice cream, coffee, boutique clothing, salons, and much more from participating members.

Watch a sunset from the lake
The lakes around Greater Phoenix offer a place to cool off and enjoy recreation like boating, watersports, and fishing. They are all just a short drive away, so you can spend your day playing in the water, catch a beautiful sunset, and be back in your own bed by night.

Bartlett Lake is 45 minutes away. Photo credit Ron Niebrugge

Bartlett Lake is 45 minutes from downtown. (Photo credit: Ron Niebrugge)

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