Must-See Phoenix: The Best Things To Do In 2016

Must-See Phoenix: The Best Things To Do In 2016

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We sorted through the city's museums, parks and historic sites, and chose the very best Phoenix attractions. Here are the best sights to visit in 2016 for tourists and locals alike.

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    So now that you have burnt off all those calories from a the hike, come on down to Beckett's Table for some fantastic food & drink. "Come together" at BT with some friends. 602 954 1700 -- Justin Beckett via Foursquare
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    The brewers at North Mountain really excel in the art of beer naming. Funk 49, Soiled Dove Dirty Blonde Ale, & James Brown Ale are just a few examples of the ever-changing, always entertaining list. -- Phoenix New Times via Foursquare
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    The Oakland A's are my favorite team. I saw them here for Spring Training. To make the team feel at home, this stadium is intentionally on the scuzziest street in Phoenix. Lots of great A's fans too. -- Cracken . via Foursquare
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    SunUp Brewing is the sort of spot some Phoenix diners and drinkers put into heavy rotation because of affordable vittles, an amiable atmosphere, and, naturally, the in-house beers. -- Phoenix New Times via Foursquare
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    This ballpark has been spring home of the Milwaukee Brewers since 1998. The Brewers have spent every spring training as a franchise in Arizona, including the single year the team was the Seattle Pilot -- HISTORY via Foursquare
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    This place is worth the drive to Glendale. The park is brand new and has probably the biggest lawn section in all of spring training. -- Edmund Hubbard via Foursquare
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    Did you know? The Heard Museum was founded in 1929 to house Dwight and Maie Heard’s personal art collection. Today it has 40,000 pieces, ranging from historical artifacts to contemporary fine art. -- K12 Inc via Foursquare
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    Take a stroll through Solarville to learn how we can harness the power of the sun to create eco-friendly energy. The Dorrance Planetarium located here is 1 of only 5 in the world with a NanoSeam dome! -- NASA via Foursquare
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    Downtown Phoenix Comes Alive! Live music, art, dancing, food, everywhere - outside in the streets and inside almost every establishment. The cooler, hipper version of the Scottsdale Art Walk. -- 🌵Andrew Kolikoff🌵 via Foursquare
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    The new climber is amazing and much of it is adult friendly. There's even an "observation" area on the third floor of the museum where you can walk out over the climber and watch many of the kids with -- Larry Cummings via Foursquare
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    Go to Phoenix Art Museum. This isn't your grandparent's museum. The Anish Kapoor to the left of Whitman Hall, and then the Yayoi Kusama right up the stairs, are not to be missed. -- Kara Roschi via Foursquare
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    MIM is an essential Phoenix stop! Get here early, take your time. Take a break for lunch in their terrific café. And have fun banging gongs, taiko, and gamelan in the Experience Music room! -- JK Grence via Foursquare
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