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SEA LIFE Aquarium Arizona
"SEA LIFE Aquarium Arizona transports you into the amazing ocean world providing close encounters with a vast array of creatures from starfish and seahorses to stingrays and sharks. Make your way through the exhibits from the Arizona park lakes to river canyons and caves. Arrive at the shoreline of the Pacific Ocean and come face-to-face with the amazing inhabitants of the sea.Become a rock pool explorer as you discover the wildlife of the rocky coastline and the shallow seas then venture to the dark ocean depths. At every step there are amazing creatures to discover.SEA LIFE Aquarium Arizona hosts educational talks and demonstrations throughout the day. These include shark and ray feedings and talks on sharks seahorses rays and rock pools."
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Segway Tour of Tempe Town Lake in Arizona
"Just a short drive east from downtown Phoenix your Segway tour begins at the Tempe Center for the Arts a top attraction of Tempe Town Lake. Tempe Town Lake is actually a reservoir and engineering marvel that helps protect the city of Tempe from flooding and provides endless water sports fun for both residents and visitors. Your guide will take you offering 5 miles (8 km) of paths circling Town Lake used for bicycling jogging or roller skating. You'll also be able to see amazing views of the Papago Buttes rock formations and the beautiful surrounding desert landscape.As part of your Segway experience you'll start with a 30-minute training session to get yourself familiar with the controls and operations of your Segway."""
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Segway Tour of Old Town Scottsdale
"Make your way to the Soleri Bridge to begin your leisurely and informative tour of Old Town Scottsdale. Get acquainted with your chariot for the day the Segway which is easy to learn to use and check out the bridge which features 64-foot-high steel pylons that give off a captivating light. The bridge was designed by Italian architect Paolo Soleri and is meant to demonstrate the importance of solar features. Cruise along the lively waterfront area known for its public art installations then dip deeper into the Arts District
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More Things to Do in Mesa

Spring Fever

This whimsical sculpture of frogs playing leapfrog was created by popular Sedona artist Kim Kori. It is always nice to see towns trying to beautify their area by including art and sculpture in the...
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Basaic
Jun 28, 2015

Big League Dreams

This group of sculptures is my favorite amongst the approximately 40 scattered around downtown Mesa as part of their Permanent Sculpture Collection. This sculpture is partly sponsored by the Chicago...
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Basaic
Jan 23, 2013

Zenos Co-op

This was the location of the Zenos Co-op established in 1889 housed Mesa's first General Merchandise Store. Zenos was an early name for Mesa and was a prophet in the Book of Mormon. Why did Mesa tear...
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Basaic
Jan 23, 2013

Old Mesa on Main Street

There are a few buildings of historical and/or architectural interest along Main Street in Mesa. They are marked with plaques although frankly, nearby Chandler did a much better job with the plaques....
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Basaic
Jan 23, 2013

Arizona Temple

The settlement of Mesa started with Mormon Pioneers so it is not surprising that a major temple is located here. There is a visitors center where you can learn about the construction of the temple and...
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Basaic
Jan 21, 2013

Mesa Historic Museum

The main part of the museum (which is not the part ON Main) is located in the oldest schoolhouse still standing in the Phoenix area. I opted for the new part of the museum located on Main Street...
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Basaic
Jan 21, 2013
 
 
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Arizona Museum for Youth

Many art museums seem like a high society party, everyone on their best behavior; as quiet as if they are in a library. This, however, is an art gallery designed for kids. Exhibits are designed for...
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Jan 21, 2013

Arizona Museum of Natural History

The Arizona Museum of Natural History in Mesa showcases a number of well-prepared displays of dinosaurs, native peoples, Arizona Territory (before we became a state in 1912) and even hands-on displays...
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Jan 21, 2013

Nose Art

One of my favorite things in these aviation museums is the diplays of nose art. Note the depiction of movie star Betty Grable. A popular story is that the famous pose depicted here came about because...
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Jan 19, 2013

Indoor Displays

The displays on the inside include airplanes, helicopters and depictions of military life like the display of the woman at home receiving her husband's things after his death (photo 4). There is also...
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Basaic
Jan 19, 2013

Commemorative Air Force Aviation Museum

The Commemorative Air Force Aviation Museum is dedicated to the maintenance of military aircraft with an emphasis on aircraft from World War 2 and other military memorabilia from World War 1 to the...
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Basaic
Jan 19, 2013

Mesa Arts Center

At 212,755 square feet, the Mesa Arts Center is the largest arts center in Arizona and one of the largest in the country. The center houses 4 theaters, 5 galleries and 14 creative arts studios in...
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Basaic
Jan 19, 2013

Mesa Visitors Center

A good place to start your tour of Mesa is the Mesa Visitors Center. Here you can get a map of the area, brochures on attractions/accommodations/dining and recommendations on how to best enjoy your...
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Basaic
Jan 19, 2013

Superstition Mountains

This area is about 10 miles from mid Mesa. It is along Apache Blvd, then on to Hwy 88 north. The mountains stretch for the whole length of Hwy 88, but it stops just after Tortilla Flat at mile marker...
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Dec 29, 2010

Top Hotels in Mesa

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1011 West Holmes Avenue, Mesa, Arizona, 85210-4923, United States
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250 West Main Street, Mesa, Arizona, 85201, United States
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425 South Power Road, Mesa, Arizona, 85206-5295, United States
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951 West Main Street, (formerly Rodeway Inn), Mesa, Arizona, 85201, United States
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1600 South Country Club Drive, Mesa, Arizona, 85210, United States
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1666 South Dobson Road, Mesa, Arizona, 85202, United States
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"Jumping Around Mesa, Arizona!"
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"Mesa, Arizonia"
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"Mesa"
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