Stopped by on our walk around downtown. Did the tour through Rosson House Museum. Nice restoration of a Victorian area home. Our guide was knowledgeable and pleasant.
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They were right in the middle of setting up tents and booths for a Japanese Festival, so many of the homes in Heritage square were blocked so you had to go behind the tests to see them. It does give you a taste of the...More
A Victorian house from the original town of Phoenix, and a handful of buildings from 1900...some have been made into restaurants or bars....nothing spectacular, but it is all they've got. Across the street is Arizona State University and behind it is the Science Museum. Parking...More
I was here on business for and event. I was very surprised by the turn out. Everyone I talked to said its easy to get to and centrally located. I was told numerous times that people liked this location since its easy to get to...More
Visited Rosson House Museum, it was much fun. The tour guide gave a very detailed description of the house history referencing owners and families who lived there. It's an eclectic experience, beautiful home with wonderful history.
We were here for "Phoenix Flea." Place was very crowded. Hope I can go back on less crowded day. Paid admission to walk around crowded market that consisted of many plants for sale and overpriced crafts.
This pedestrian square adjacent to the Arizona science center has saved several older homes that are now used as either a house museum (Rossen) or used as part of a commercial business. I wouldn't necessarily go out of my way to see these homes, but...More
A quite Oasis in the heart of Phoenix that allows you to see what life was like when the city was founded. Numerous museums are nearby. Walking around the area provided a nice chance to see the area. Well presented, clean and easy to find....More