Explore Arizona’s capital city on a bicycle. On this tour you’ll visit historical neighborhoods and go on scientific explorations. From parks to museums to sports arenas, enjoy this ride around Phoenix on any of the city’s 299 sunny days each year.
1. Heritage Square
Start your day with a stroll around the oldest remaining residential block in the City of Phoenix. With ten fully-restored buildings, the Square offers visitors a unique look into the vibrant history of Phoenix at the turn of the 19th century. Let the memories of yesteryear envelop you as you tour a museum, stroll under the Lath Pavilion, and grab breakfast al fresco at one of the eateries.
2. Arizona Science Center
Experience more than 300 hands-on science exhibits, live demonstrations, the state-of-the-art Dorrance Planetarium, and five-story Irene P. Flinn Giant Screen Theater. Lay on a bed of nails, walk through the human digestive system, discover the inside of an eyeball, view a 3D film and travel through the night sky – all under one roof! And visit the Center’s newest offering, the CREATE
3. Chase Field
Chase Field is the home of the 2001 World Champion Arizona Diamondbacks Major League Baseball team. From the retractable stadium roof to the cutting edge Solar Pavilion, this stadium is one of a kind. Behind-the-scenes stadium tours are offered Monday – Saturday at 9:30 AM, 11:00 AM and 12:30 PM. Visit https://www.mlb.com/dbacks/ballpark/tours for more information and to reserve a tour.
4. Steele Indian School Park
Grab a take-out meal and kick back for a relaxing picnic in Steele Indian School Park. Here you’ll find acres of green grass, beautiful shade trees and water features, gardens, historic buildings, fountains and public art.
5. Westward Ho
Westward Ho is a 16-story building that was constructed in 1928. It is on the National Register of Historic Places and it held the title of the tallest building in Arizona for over 30 years. Today the landmark tower serves as an apartment building, but it still has plenty of its original charm!
6. Arizona Capitol Museum
The Arizona Capitol Museum uses a balance of technology,