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  • Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art Scottsdale, Arizona
    Starting out in 1999, the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMoCA), is an educational facility devoted to showcasing displays of contemporary and modern art, design and architecture. Their scope is global, so it has become a gathering site for experiencing contemporary culture and art, connecting visitors here to the dynamic art and ideas of our culture so that they can explore, with us, the amazing possibilities of creativity, expression and innovation that permeates this marvelous venue. Becoming one of the most unique and diverse cultural resources of the southwest, the museum is able to offer a number of display related programs and special events with numerous activities for lifelong learning to visitors of all ages. The structure of the museum was designed by the award-winning architect Will Bruder, and the smallest structure was the innovative restructuring of an old movie theater and contains five galleries that exhibit temporary works and changing exhibits from the museum's increasing permanent collection. Outside the museum is the outdoor sculpture garden that contains James Turrell's Knight Rise, one of the famous artist's few pubic skyspaces, and Scrim Wall, a huge curtain of prismatic glass by James Carpenter Design Associates. One of the finest exhibitions occurring right now is the Re-imaging the West: selections from the permanent collection that encourages visitors to experience the works of art that have been created over the past century that both challenge and reinforce the great mythology of the American west. Explore the competing histories of the west that alternate between showing the landscape as a romanticized Eden to critically looking at the issues that have affected it the most like, urban sprawl and environmental hazards that could change the way the west is viewed and its delicate future. Ponder the elements of artworks like Lon Megargee's sincere American impressionism landscapes of the 1920s or consider the critical video from 2008 by Matthew Moore showing the journey of water through the valley. The exhibition has become something of an archaeological history of the museum's collecting methods that will enlighten the visitor to the values that have been underscored by the "West's most western town.

  • Taliesin WestTaliesin West Scottsdale, Arizona
    Taliesin West was the winter home and retreat of architect Frank Lloyd Wright that eventually became one of his schools, that sits serenely in the desert; and was his winter house from 1937 until 1959 when Frank passed on at the age of 91. Taliesin West is the main campus of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, and has the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation there as well. It is open to the public for tours and is found on Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard in Scottsdale, Arizona. His summer home, Taliesin, is located in Spring Green, Wisconsin. The design ended up becoming an organic response to the landscape surrounding the site of his new house and included numerous obstacles that he would have to overcome by using ingenious ideas. These included; the necessity of housing a community of students and staff members, the rugged nature of the talus-sloped mountain site, which Frank used in the construction of his home that included; stone, sand and gravel, and the mild winter climate that would allow natural light to come in through a tent-like roof of redwood and canvas. In his life, Wright would constantly change and add to the complexity of buildings, the majority that were built by his students. Many of his most famous structures were designed in the drafting room of his house here, that included the Grady Gammage Auditorium at Arizona State University in Tempe and the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. Taliesin West has continued to be the headquarters of the foundation and the winter home of the School of Architecture. Renovation work to the private quarters that once belonged to the Wrights was finished in 2004 and tours of the house and school are done on a regular basis. It became a National Historic Landmark in 1982.

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  • Scottsdale Historical MuseumScottsdale Historical Museum Scottsdale, Arizona
    The history of Scottsdale and the museum seem to go hand in hand, as the need for various entities arose in the area, until finally the red brick school house was raised in 1909 that today houses the Scottsdale Historical Museum. The area that is Scottsdale began in the 1880s, when the Arizona Canal was built through the Scottsdale area and in 1888, Chaplain Winfield Scott came to the valley and began by buying land at 50 cents an acre, and in 1889, he asks his brother, George Washington Scott to come and help him clear his farmland. In 1893, with old war wounds making life hard on him, he retired from his position as Chaplain for the army and head to his ranch to begin life as a retired chaplain and farmer. In 1894, the land south of the Scott property is purchased by Rhode Island banker, Albert G. Utley who is planning on building a small town on his acreage, and wants to call it Orangedale, but then it is changed to Scottsdale. Just before Christmas, in 1895, a terrible fire destroys all of Scotts belongings, including his books and papers; as does his wife Helen. He plants olive trees around the perimeter of his citrus grove and in 1896, there are enough students in the area to petition for a school, which is approved and named Scotts-Dale. From that point onward, the town begins to blossom and grow into the marvelous city it is today and the museum contains all the memorabilia that could be collected and preserved by those caring people that settled the land and helped this area become what it is today.  Among the permanent exhibits is the Chaplain Winfield Scott exhibit with his statue and all the information that can help you to learn about this wonderful man who helped build the city that bears his name and the events that led up to it. In the temporary exhibits, there are many detailed displays that contain old and genuine artifacts that were given to the museum from the many people that have lived here. There are some very interesting and exciting pieces that will encourage you to stay longer and look more closely. All of the artifacts and relics housed here will give visitors some idea of what people during that period owned and how they took care of their belongings compared to the folks of today. 

  •  Su Vino Winery
    The Su Vino Winery in Scottsdale, Arizona is the second installation that was started in Grapevine, Texas and is a family owned and operated winery found in the arts district of downtown Scottsdale, located in the Greater Phoenix area. Su Vino is an award winning winery with a twist, winning more than 40 medals for their wines, and the first in the Scottsdale area; but the first winery to offer customers the chance to have wines made just for them and their personal tastes. Su Vino means Your Wine in Italian and Spanish, with an open hand used for their logo. The hand is representative of the skill and dedication of the craftsmen, the friendliness of an open palm and the uniqueness of the individual. Since they are a custom winery, making wines for sale by the bottle specializing in unusual and interesting varieties and blends, but they will customize a wine to please your palate. Additionally, they will let you become involved in the winemaking process by bottling and corking your own bottle and putting your personalized label on it that make it a perfect gift for friends and relative on holidays or birthdays. The tasting rooms have become the perfect place for corporate mixers, customer appreciation events or just team building meetings. They carry exotic wines for every kind of occasion or can make a special blend just for your own personal needs or desires. The staff is very knowledgeable and helpful ready to plan an event or make one. The company hopes to make wine more fun for the average person and do have educational sessions to help people became more acquainted with the wine and its environment. It is the perfect venue to spend some time becoming acquainted with wines and the wine culture.

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  • Cowboy Ciao
    Salads; Ciao mixed greens is choice of dressings, smoked tomato, pesto buttermilk, mustard vinaigrette; burrata insalata is fresh mozzarella di bufalo wrapped around creamy curd, arugula, avocado & radishes with lemon/basil vinaigrette, fried shallot rings; testosterone salad is port-charred beef tenderloin, crumbles & dressing of Maytag bleu cheese, bourbon-soaked cherries, potato chips; the Stetson chopped. Big Plates; exotic mushroom pan fry with mucho mushrooms including cremini, yellow foot, button, morel, oyster, shiitake, cepe, black trumpet, lobster, in ancho cream over double-cooked polenta, topped with grilled portabellini, avocado, tomato & cotija cheese; puerco lento is Berkshire pork shank slow-cooked with cumin, chipotle, paprika & verbena, served over creamy fingerling potato casserole with cranberry/walnut chutney; slow-roasted short ribs with dried cherry BBQ sauce, gouda grits & pan-grilled veggies; pan-seared panko-crusted halibut with coconut/ginger sweet potatoes, cucumber/radicchio slaw, curry oil; New Zealand lamb loin is pepper-crusted, grilled medium-rare, topped with roasted tomato/anise butter, with roasted artichoke risotto, cabernet demi-glace & veggies; couscous & chayote is couscous & chayote squash bowl with corn, black beans, peppers, poblano pesto; espresso-rubbed filet mignon with red wine demi-glace, tortilla-smashed Yukon gold potatoes, chipotle aioli; stuffed pork rib chop stuffed with Shropshire blue cheese, grill-seared and oven-finished, with ancho bread pudding, apple jus raisin/fig compote & pan-grilled veggies; grilled salmon McKinley with mojo de ajo, tomatillo salsa, roast poblano cake & pan-grilled veggies.

  • The Roaring Fork
    Soups & salads; tortilla soup with rotisserie chicken & avocado; Caesar salad with cornbread croutons; mixed market greens with candied walnuts & feta cheese; iceberg BLT with bleu cheese & ranch dressing. Appetizers; queso & fresh salsa with corn tortillas; fresh guacamole with corn tortillas; kettle of green chili pork with hot buttered tortillas; rotisserie chicken flatbread with roasted chiles & pepper jack; Yucatan style gulf shrimp chilled with lime, avocado & tomato; fried avocado & crab with spicy crab remoulade & chives; hickory smoked salmon with sliced panini toasts; fondue pot & lamb chops with butternut squash, chili-pecan bread. Wood Fired Rotisserie & Grill; spit roasted half chicken with black beans, avocados & fresh tortillas; slow braised Colorado lamb shank with natural jus & apple mint gremolata; bacon wrapped pork tenderloin with Mexican street corn & cheese grits; RF mixed grill with baby back ribs, rotisserie chicken, shrimp, Elgin sausage; 8oz. center cut filet mignon; 16oz. USDA prime NY strip. House Specialties; spinach chicken Waldorf salad with sliced apples, avocado & smoked pepper bacon; slow roasted pork shoulder carnitas with fresh tortillas, black beans & cilantro rice; slow smoked baby back ribs with Dr. Pepper BBQ sauce & fries. Fresh Fish; simply grilled fresh fish of the day with lime cilantro rice, avocado & roasted corn butter; wood grilled fresh fish tacos with corn tortilla, avocado, tomato pico & salsa verde; frying pan river rainbow trout sautéed with roasted almonds & brown butter; cedar planked salmon wood oven roasted with teriyaki BBQ; pecan crusted red fish sautéed with meuniere butter; wood oven roasted shrimp with Falls Mills soft cheese grits.


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  • McCormick Stillman Railroad Park McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park Scottsdale, Arizona
    The McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park sits on 40 of land in Scottsdale, Arizona with a 15" gauge railroad, a 7.5" gauge live steam railroad, a Magma Railroad locomotive, three model railroad clubs and a railroad museum that makes this park such an exciting and enjoyable one for the entire family. The Fowler McCormicks donated a hundred acres of land from their ranch to the city stating that it had to be used for a park for all people to enjoy in 1967; with son, Guy Stillman, building his 15" gauge narrow gauge railroad copy on the land, naming it "Paradise & Pacific Railroad, also offering it to the city; but in 1971. Senator Barry Goldwater and the US Marines would also contribute to the marvelous park which opened in 1975. The initial name was the McCormick Railroad Park, however, in 1996, it was renamed the McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park in honor of Guy Stillman who had started it all. Some years ago, the city sold off 60 acres to a developer, so that the land mass is now only 40 acres. The wonderful features include, besides Stillman's railroad, there are 3800 feet of track, numerous gondola cars, three steam engines, a tunnel, 1400 feet of sidetrack, two trestles, three diesel engines, turntable, crossing signals, water tank, trolley car, loading platform, coach car, two box cars, large train shed and workshop; as well as an outstanding merry-go-round that was constructed in 1950 by the Allan Herschell Company and two children's playgrounds. It has become quite an adventure for visiting families and a place to spend the entire day. Some of the displays include; the Magma Arizona Railroad engine #6 that was constructed in 1907 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works and run by the Magma Arizona Railroad company for some 54 years and bought by the Scottsdale Railroad & Mechanical Society in 1977; while being the last Arizona & New Mexico engine in the state. The railroad museum is a great place to learn more about railroading, view many artifacts and relics retrieved from the various railroads and cars; plus a whole lot more. They have a magnificent Roald Amundsen Pullman Car that was donated by Mr. and Mrs. Franz Talley, and one of the six that were constructed by the Pullman Company in 1928; however, this car cost $205,000 and was used by some of our Presidents; Dwight Eisenhower, Herbert Hoover, Harry Truman, and Franklin D. Roosevelt. President Eisenhower had used this car almost all the time he was doing his whistle-stop campaigning in 1952, and in 1940, President Roosevelt and Canadian Prime Minister W. L. McKenzie King got together and agreed to the Ogdensberg Declaration that would provide for the common defense of the continent should someone or country attack us. That meeting became the basis for the North American Air Defense system that would grow into N. O. R. A. D. and the car was donated in 1971. Another outstanding feature is the Gabre Brooks Machine Shop that was constructed in 1930 by Gabre, who many believe was the best machinist in the US during WWII, and the shop contains all the original equipment. There are two Navajo Hogans, with the only other one being located in the Heard Museum in Phoenix, and they are the last hogans that exist from the Northern Arizona Navajo Indian Reservation. Another exhibit is the xeriscape arboretum which is a desert arboretum that was planted in 1980 and contains many different species of plants from various regions in the country. The Scottsdale Live Steamers is a 7.5" gauge miniature railroad that encompasses the arboretum and had been the home of the Maricopa Live Steamers. This track is 3000 feet long and has a turntable, loading platform, two trestles, a tunnel and train shed with two main loops that allows the train to pass over the tunnel on the outer loop and goes through it on the inner with a trestle on each loop.

  • Westworld Equestrian Center of Scottsdale
    Westworld is an outstanding nationally known user-friendly equestrian center and special events location that serves the Scottsdale, Arizona region and targets market visitors. There are many various opportunities to enjoy the amenities of the center and the beautiful Sonoran Desert. In 1968, the Central Arizona Project (CAP) received authorization from Congress to acquire the Paradise Valley Flood Retention Basin for part of the project and to use it for public recreational purposes. In 1982, the city of Scottsdale entered into an agreement with the Bureau of Reclamation to operate and develop the first 132 acres of the property that would become Westworld. The city had been running the Cholla Park Equestrian center by the airport, but needed to move it for the enlargement of the runways; which worked out well for the city so that they could open the horseman's park. Scottsdale Horseman's Park then replaced Cholla Park and added more amenities; but making sure that the park was not specifically for horse use only. The entire story is a long one and something that could be looked into if you have a mind to do that. There is a golf course located there, RV parking, feed and bedding facility, multi-purpose tent, equidome, arenas, polo field, Brett's barn, a catering company, parking lots and horse stalls if you choose to bring your own horse. It is a marvelous area that encourages the visitor to enjoy all the outdoors has to offer, and especially those with horses or those that enjoy being around and riding them. When in the city, be sure to stop by and see all the wonderful things to do and see.

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  • Petersen House MuseumPetersen House Museum Tempe, Arizona
    Niels Petersen, who was one of the Valley's first pioneer farmers, arrived in the Tempe, Arizona region in 1871, and the young Dane started homesteading his own 160 acre plot. Working hard and never stopping, Niels soon turned the desert land into a large ranch, as well as becoming one of the wealthiest men in the region and a leader in the community. In 1892, while his new house was being constructed, a Queen Anne Victorian ranch house, he traveled east, met and married Susanna Decker of South Montrose, Pennsylvania. Returning to Arizona, the couple would behold one of the most elaborate homes in the Salt River Valley. The structure today, shows the marvelous appearance that the Petersens saw when they arrived, but this house had some remodeling done in the 1930s that updated many amenities. The house is a wonderful example of the architecture of that period, with balconies, porches, gables, bay windows and 12 foot high ceilings. The interior sports gold-leaf picture railing, hand-stenciled wallpaper borders and every room is currently filled with period furniture so that the house looks much the way it did to the Petersen family back then. In 1979, the house would be donated to the city and after a lot of renovation, it received the 1990 Governor's Award for Historic Preservation and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

  • Scottsdale Stained Glass Studio
    The Scottsdale Stained Glass Studio is the state's oldest stained glass studio and has been doing business for more than a quarter of a century offering custom stained glass designs and installations to residential houses, businesses and churches. The company has the best professional craftsmen to do all the work and they are quite enthusiastic and dedicated to their designs and workmanship. The studio will work with anyone for their personal needs promising to make their stained glass pieces real attention getters for all. Their services include; hobby supplies, stained glass window repairs, Dalle De Valle structural panels, insurance claims and custom designs that are created for whatever your needs may be and they will always be one of kind and original creations. They offer side lights, church windows, bedroom French doors, bathroom windows, front entry ways, closet doors, room dividers, pinnacle peaks and colored windows to brighten up your home, room or church. The studio has produced over 100 religious structures installations and placed stained glass in more than 2000 businesses and private structures. They also offer De Grazia stained glass, beveled glass and arabesque windows.

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  • Grand Canyon Airlines - Grand Discovery Air TourGrand Canyon Airlines Scottsdale, Arizona
    The Grand Canyon National Park airplane tour first flew in 1927 with a Stinson Detroiter, and called the Grand Discovery Tour, this airline has been flown by millions of people for more than 80 years. It flies the friendly skies over the most famous and gorgeous parts of the Grand Canyon and is the perfect venue to enjoy the most magnificent place in the country. You will enjoy photographic views of the eastern Grand Canyon, the Painted Desert, Imperial Point and the Zuni Corridor as well as the north rim area where you can see the Kaibab National Forest and Kaibab Plateau. You can see the Navajo Indian Reservation on the east side of the Colorado River, Temple Butt and the Dragon Corridor, which is the widest and most scenic parts of the canyon. The company began in a most unusual way, when Elling Halvorson bid on piping a water line across the canyon in 1963 and his construction company had to come up with some pretty innovative ideas to accomplish the task. At one point, he had to use helicopters to lower the pipe into the canyon floor and many guests and workers were so taken by the spectacular views that their began to ask for chartered flights by helicopter. So, in 1965, the Grand Canyon Helicopter company started giving aerial views of the fabulous canyon and soon became the Papillon Grand Canyon Helicopters. Halvorson soon saw that he would need fuel and maintenance facilities to continue the service, so he bought the Grand Canyon Airline company in 1967 from the Hudgins family and relocated the GCA from its initial Grand Canyon Airport to the new one that Arizona had built and finished in 1967. The Grand Canyon Airport had been constructed in 1927, when the GCA first started offering flights over the canyon and in 1972, Halvorson partnered with John Seibold, who had started Scenic Airlines in Las Vegas in 1967 to offer flights over the same beautiful areas of the canyon. Together, they built one of the best air tour operations in the region to take folks to the Grand Canyon for some awesome sights. In 2005, Holverson bought out Seibold so now the operation is family run

  • Desert Biking Adventures
    Another exciting venue in Scottsdale, Arizona is the Desert Biking Adventures, that is the oldest and original guided desert mountain and cross-country biking tour in the area. It started in 1992, and have shared biking, or as they call it, bikeseeing adventures with folks from every state in the union and over 30 foreign countries as well. More than half their current business is from repeat customers or enthusiastic referrals from the people that took their bikeseeing tours and just had to tell their friends and relatives. The company takes individuals or small groups of people on a great enjoyable easy-to-challenging biking adventures; limiting their group size to 7. Small groups offer a more personal experience and desert riding time, riding on established roads, stock and wildlife trails and just plain old trails. The mountain trails and roads that these folks take are easy to moderate in difficulty with many opportunities for challenging your skills and tenacity. The difficulty of the ride is left up to you, with one option giving you 75 to 80% of your ride going downhill, while the harder rides will encourage you to do more uphill riding. The downhill ride does have one of the best roads for bike rides in the state, and the route will depend on the members of your group. You don't have to be a professional, but you should have some biking experience like getting on and off without any hardships as well as riding along mountainous trails. Your guide will give all groups a safety talk and orientation to biking in the Sonoran Desert and to make sure everyone is comfortable about the adventure. There are numerous places to stop and take pictures, with the company providing the bikes, gloves and helmets that are necessary for the trip. You start off in Scottsdale, and head to the McDowell Mountains with your guide giving you all the history and other pertinent information about the city, the Sonoran Desert, Salt River Valley and the settlements, peoples, animals and plants that you will encounter on your trek. The tour company has two, three or four hour trips that will allow you to enjoy the scenery, the environments and the beautiful weather.

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  • Heard MuseumHeard Museum Phoenix. Arizona
    The Heard Museum of Native Cultures and Art is found in Phoenix, Arizona, with the Heard Museum North in Scottsdale and the Heard Museum West in Surprise, all offering some of the finest examples of Native American relics and art. Their mission is to educate the public about the heritage and living cultures, including arts, of the Native peoples in the region. It is not a history museum, but a living museum that showcases both relics and contemporary art of these native peoples and their cultures. This main museum has been named a Phoenix Point of Pride and was started in 1929 by Dwight and Marie Bartlett Heard to hold their personal collection of artworks. The majority of the archaeological objects were discovered at the La Cuidad Indian ruins, which couple bought in 1926 in Phoenix. Although starting out in a small southwestern town, and as a small museum, the Heard has continued to grow in size and recognition, now being known internationally as a museum with an excellent collection of native American objects, their festivals and educational programs. The Heard collection contains 40,000 pieces that include a library and archives of more than 34,000 volumes. The museum houses more than 130,000 square feet of classrooms, performance spaces and galleries. Some featured displays include; native people in the southwest, the Barry Goldwater collection of 437 historic Hopi kachina dolls, the Mareen Allen Nichols collection with 260 pieces of contemporary jewelry and an exhibition on the 19th century boarding school experiences of Native Americans. The New York Times reported that the display "captures the little-known experience of thousands of children that were bussed, often with force, from their reservations to the outlying government schools in hopes of "erasing" their culture and to "civilize" them. This enlightening display contains old photographs, oral interviews, memorabilia and old uniforms that explain the horrid conditions that these small children had to endure at the hands of a nation created by a delusional populace, lied to by the government that had outgrown the simple needs of a people that had a much different idea of a government of the people, for the people and by the people, as long as they were white, rich and powerful. The museum welcomes around a quarter of a million visitors each year.

  • Pueblo Grande Museum & Archaeological Park
    The Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park is a National Historic Landmark and an Accredited Museum of the American Association of Museums, that offers visitors a special chance to learn more about the prehistoric and historic cultures of the Valley of the Sun. It contains three galleries, an outdoor interpretive trail, and a theater that shows an award winning intro video. The trail goes to the prehistoric ruins of the platform mound and ball court of the Hohokam culture, interpretive agricultural garden, copies of the houses and the canal systems that brought water to the inhabitants. The park contains a 1500 year old Hohokam village ruins that is close to the Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix, Arizona.  For more than 70 years the museum has been devoted to the study and interpretation of the Hohokam culture; sitting on 102 acres; with tours offered of the museum, ruins and outdoor exhibits.  The museum showcases many of the best examples of early southwestern engineering and innovations, and is a definite destination for those people that are interested in learning more about this early culture that mysteriously disappeared some 1500 years ago, with only their ruins, canals and a ball court left to prove their existence. The museum was started by one man's dream to salvage the Salt River Valley and its treasures before being completely overrun by modern developments and over-farming. Thomas Armstrong, in 1924, bought the platform mound that sits at the heart of the museum's ruins and the encompassing three acres before giving it to the city of Phoenix. The city officials recognized the importance of the area and bought another 10 acres by it that held the preserved remains of an aqueduct and canal irrigation system that took care of the needs of the entire region.

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May 11, 2011