Phoenix Museums+Attractions: Architecture & Homes
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Arizona Biltmore Resort
This property was built in 1929 by Albert Chase McArthur, a student of Frank Lloyd Wright's, and Wright is believed to have heavily guided his hand. Guided historical tours ...
The foundry and studio of Italian architect Paolo Soleri (1919-2013). Earthcast architecture is combined with the desert landscaping, and made-on-site windbells are displayed ...
First Christian Church
Architecture by Frank Lloyd Wright that was commissioned by a Phoenix seminary in 1949 but built in the 1970s by another organization, First Christian Church. As a ...
Frank Lloyd Wright Spire
The 125-foot-tall spire that juts skyward from a north Scottsdale intersection was originally conceived by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1957 for the Arizona state capitol. ...
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West
Famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright's (1867-1959) personal residence for almost 20 years. Set on 600 acres in northeast Scottsdale, with guided tours of the buildings and the ...
Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium
This round, carousel-looking theater on the ASU campus was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Among the architectural curiosities: perfect acoustics, two balconies attached to ...
Historic Sahuaro Ranch
This city park was the first site in the world to install a futuristic Evos suspended playground, yet its core identity is as a fig and date ranch with roots in the 1880s. ...
An 8,000-square-foot folk architecture castle in the foothills of South Mountain, with 18 rooms, 13 fireplaces and scores of there's-a-story-here decorations.
Admire doors inset with hand-painted zodiac-themed canvases, sashay down the Peacock Staircase, watch clouds float across the theater ceiling, and duck into the Young Moderns ...
This elegant residence was built by chewing-gum mogul William Wrigley Jr. as an anniversary gift for his wife. Tours available W-Su.