Comfort Suites at Metro Center
10210 N. 26th Dr.
Phoenix, AZ 85021
Phone: (602) 861-3900
Fax: (602) 861-9300
This fun center ranks high with the tiny tots. Let your kids display their putting skills on the miniature golf courses or try their hand at arcade games. Roller coasters offer thrills and other attractions include bumper boats, Naskarts, a carousel and a splash-down log ride. The center is located near Metrocenter Mall on the outer loop and make sure to check the website for timings.
The ASU West is a branch of Arizona State University, and this campus is complete educational hub. Loaded with world-class facilities, the west campus aims at the all-round development of the students including having a well-stocked library, bookstore, and computer center. ASU West hosts different activities like Fine Arts and Cultural Programs.
This church, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1950, is an impressive building that was primarily constructed from stone. Built during 1971-1977, after Wright's death, this structure is a remarkable example of texture and materials — a trademark of Mr. Wright. The church has a double triangle shape and the 77 foot (23.5 meters) tall spire looks like a triangle from any angle. Step inside the lobby you'll find the cornerstone with Wright's signature to prove this building was a Frank Lloyd Wright design.
This college has been addressing educational needs in the community since 1965. Presently, this facility is the second largest in the Maricopa district, with more than 19,000 students utilizing its services each semester. Educational offerings include associate degree programs, occupational certificates and transferable credits. The goal of this educational system is to be innovative in providing life-long learning to all community members.
Located in the historic district of Glendale, First United Methodist Church was first established in 1894. The congregation was moved to a new church in the 1920 and is was built in a grand Gothic style with a red brick wall facade and was called one of the most beautiful buildings in Glendale. The church's interiors are beautifully decorated with stained glass paintings and windows. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, this church is definitely a must see.
From the old-fashioned clock standing in Murphy Park, to the eclectic variety of antique and collectible stores, this charming place returns to an easier time. The climate in this section of Glendale exudes palpable warmth, demonstrated by painted merchant windows, charming floral decor and a statue of a gentleman feeding pigeons in the park. Have an ice cream at Kimberly Ann's Victorian Ice Cream Parlor in Downtown Glendale, or slip into one of many antique stores. You could purchase a pedal car at Smilin' Jack's or perhaps locate a leather-bound old friend at Coury House. Find an infinite variety of gift items and furnishings all along Glendale, then north to historic bungalows in the Catlin Court District. Enjoy merchant displays and food in an open-air market every Saturday from October through May, held in Murphy Park at 58th and Glendale avenues. Save your feet and take the town trolley.
Located in the heart of downtown Glendale, this picture-perfect park looks like it popped out of an ad for Family Life. There's an amphitheater nearby for community concerts and lots of local events are held here. You'll find the Front Porch Festival here in September, Glendale Glitters through the holidays and Saturdays from October through May find the Market at Murphy Park. Local artists and craftsmen converge at the Market displaying their handiwork.
First of its kind in the United States, this no-fee park opened in 1988 without barriers for people with handicaps. Privately funded, this facility was built at a cost of $2.5 million. Highlights of this park include a heated therapeutic pool, playground equipment that is wheelchair accessible and two baseball fields. Other amenities include volleyball, tennis and basketball courts. Bring your lunch and use the picnic facilities, which include covered ramadas and grills. Call for further information about special events for the physically challenged.
Phoenix First Assembly is a large megachurch which can hold seat almost 4,000 people for its Sunday services. This impressive church has a large sanctuary that's similar to a stadium, including two balconies. However, the church does has smaller groups to allow its congregation to still have an intimate religious experience.
With bumper cars, a merry-go-round and even a mini roller coaster, your little ones will be dancing with joy. There is a good-sized area filled with things to climb up, on or over, and a ball pit for leaping into. Video games present tickets, which can be exchanged for prizes. Pizza Hut supplies the snacks and drinks. Holiday and party packages are available for the kids. Note that socks are required for soft-play.
This campus has focused on ministry, both in academia and extra-curricular activities. It offers both Associate and Bachelor degrees in different fields of study for students who prefer to be taught from a Christian perspective. Bachelors in the arts and sciences degrees are offered in business, counseling, education, biblical studies, Christian ministries and more. Two-year Associate degrees in the arts and sciences are offered as well as a one-year "Certificate in Bible" program for those who wish to be educated in theology without earning a degree.
This 1928 Spanish Colonial chapel was built by Brophy students, funded by Mrs. William Henry Brophy and designed by John R. Kibbey. Points of interest include a Mexican Baroque altar of pink volcanic Tufa stone, quarried near Wickenburg and hand-carved. Featured also is a survivor of the World War I battle of Verdun, a large wooden crucifix, carved around 1670. An artist from An Tur Gloine in Dublin, Ireland produced the series of Irish stained glass windows. Each represents an article of faith from the Apostles Creed.