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Culture, commerce and college life coalesce in the epicenter of Phoenix. This is where you’ll find indie restaurants, live music, pro sports, craft brews and cocktail culture. Historic neighborhoods like Roosevelt Row and Grand Avenue share an urban footprint with modern marvels like CityScape and the Phoenix Convention Center. No car is required here, thanks to Valley Metro Rail and Grid bike share.
Kids and adults alike can enjoy four levels of hands-on exhibits, a state-of-the-art planetarium, and a five-story high giant-screen theater.
Rent a Grid Bike and pedal off on a two-wheel tour of Central Phoenix's arts and culture scene.
Several local companies plus touring theater companies perform at Herberger throughout the year.
This secret garden above I-10 creates a cocoon of tranquility in downtown Phoenix.
The museum displays modern and contemporary art, photography, fashion design and more.
Ariel Bracamonte’s passion project—a retro arcade bar—is a game changer for downtown Phoenix’s nightlife scene.
The renowned museum is home to an impressive collection of American Indian art and hosts cultural events throughout the year.
Market shoppers scoop up farm-fresh goods next to downtown’s de facto living room.
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