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As the largest and most populous city in the state of Arizona, Phoenix offers something for everyone. It is also the largest state capital in the U.S., and as such offers an extensive range of tourist attractions.

One of the most notable Phoenix attractions, Heard Museum, features a fine display of Native American-themed art and other exhibits. Sports fans, meanwhile, will want to visit Chase Field, a stunning ball park that features a retractable roof, a natural turf field and air conditioning. As well as baseball, Chase Field regularly hosts concerts, conventions and other events.

The Desert Botanical Garden provides a stunning collections of desert plants, set within 50 acres of varied terrain, from arid desert to lush gardens. Around 140 rare and endangered species can be found here as well as a stunning selection of desert flowers.

Visitors who fancy exerting themselves while in Arizona will want to ascend either Camelback Mountain or Piestawa Peak, which both provide spectacular views of Phoenix and the surrounding landscape. The journey to the top may be challenging, but the view makes it all worthwhile.

Other notable Phoenix attractions include Rawhide Western Town and Steakhouse, which is a popular draw with families. Here you can witness gun fights, stunt shows, desert train rides, bull riding and camel rides.

Visitors seeking Phoenix/Scottsdale hotels and resorts will soon discover The McCormick grants easy access to the best attractions in the Valley of the Sun