Monthly Archives: July 2015

Visit Phoenix Arizona Rosson House

Visit Phoenix Arizona Rosson House Phoenix is a relatively new city and as such it doesn't have that many prominent historical buildings. The Rosson house museum is special because it is one of the few surviving buildings from the original town site of Phoenix. Inside the Phoenix Historic House Victorian architecture in the desert. This…
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The Grand Canyon Watchtower

Visit the Grand Canyon Watchtower When visiting the Grand Canyon in Arizona be sure to take the drive and tour the watch tower. Mary Colter designed the watch tower to offer visitors "the widest possible view of the Grand Canyon." It was built by Fred Harvey and the Santa Fe Railroad and opened to the…
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Tusayan Native American Indian Ruin

Tusayan Native American Indian Ruin The Tusayan Ruin and museum offers you a glimpse of how the Pueblo Indians lived some 800 years ago. This Native American Indian ruin is located near the east entrance of  The Grand Canyon and is on the National Historic Registry. Tusayan Ruin Museum   What to See at Tusayan…
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