The Wrigley Mansion was originally constructed by the gum magnate himself, William Wrigley Jr., in 1932. It has since become one of Arizona’s most popular tourist attractions with its stunning architecture, ghost stories, and steakhouse.
For a true Old West experience you’ll have to venture to the limits of the Phoenix metro area to Cave Creek. At Buffalo Chip, it’s about as authentic as it gets, with bull riding, country music, and lots of beer.
We’ve got quite a few festivals to celebrate our love of beer here in Phoenix. The Arizona Strong Beer Festival is definitely the one to add to any bucket list with a massive selection of craft brews, food, and music.
You can’t make a trip to Phoenix without visiting the impressive state capitol, where you can learn about Arizona’s history, view historic pieces of art, and witness the state’s representatives and senators (hopefully) busy at work.