Located in the center of Phoenix, the Orpheum Theater is one of the oldest historic venues in the city. Built in 1929, the ... More
Located in the center of Phoenix, the Orpheum Theater is one of the oldest historic venues in the city. Built in 1929, the Spanish Baroque-style building underwent major transformation after its purchase by the city of Phoenix in 1984. The theater reopened in January 1997 and continually hosts performances. The building itself listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The venue seats 1,400 and is currently used for civic events, performing arts and touring productions featuring dance, theater and music concerts. Ticket prices vary; call the Civic Plaza Box Office at +1 602 262 7272 for details.
This property is located four miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and within walking distance of shops, restaurants, and
other attractions. The Phoenix Convention Center, US Airways Arena, and Chase Field are all a short walk away. Tempe ...
One of the largest in the Southwest, the Phoenix Art Museum includes a staggering collection of exhibits from the world
over. Permanent displays in this facility include miniature interiors as well as 20th century art. Featured pieces cover contemporary ...
The best place to learn the history of the 48th state of the United States. Arizona Capitol Museum has permanent
exhibits that traces Arizona's roots as a territory and its transition to statehood. Some of the interesting sections to ...