A day in Phoenix Arizona

We started with the Wrigley’s Mansion. The mansion of the famous Wrigley’s chewing gum. The self-guided tour is free. And the paid tour costs 17$. Then head to Roosevelt street, the downtown area of Phoenix. There are lots of eateries and art galleries here. I would highly recommend having lunch here.

Wrigley's Mansion

Wrigley’s Mansion

Afterward, we drove to Papago Park. Phoenix Zoo is located here. Our goal was to do a small hike to Hole in the Rock.

Hole in the Rock

Hole in the Rock

Then we went to the Pueblo Grande Museum. The open-air portion of the museum is open. The inside was still closed due to COVID-19. It has some good Adobe (mud) buildings if you enjoy archeology.

Pueblo Grande Museum

Pueblo Grande Museum

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