Date: October 19, 2016 (Wednesday) – $70 per person
Reservations Closed: 9/28/16
Come with us to the original, magnificent Arizona State Capitol Museum (1901). Our visit will trace Arizona government from territorial times to statehood, and on to present day. You will see the current State Senate and House of Representatives buildings (1974) are located on the east and west side of the original State Capitol Museum.
The USS Arizona history and artifacts are intertwined in the exhibits in Wesley Bolin Memorial Park. A stroll through the impressive and touching Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza will deepen your appreciation for all the lives, touched by the wars Arizonians fought in and are preserved with outstanding depictions in statues throughout the be autifully appointed park.
Lunch at: The Arrogant Butcher
St Mary’s Basilica, original building was started in 1880 and was made of adobe 60 feet by 40 feet with a steeple pitched, single roof. It was the oldest Catholic parish in Phoenix until 1924. Its first permanent resident was Rev Joseph Bloise in 1825. The adobe church was razed in 1902 when a newly designed structure was started. The new church was complete in 1914. It is home to the largest stained glass window collection in the world.
Heritage Square dates back to the 1800s is the original Phoenix town site. The Rosson House a Victorian style home was built in 1895. The Arizona Doll and Toy Museum is located in the Stevens House that was built in 1901 and is an example of Midwestern style architecture. There are 4 more original homes in the neighborhood called Heritage Square.
Price includes: Donation to the Museum, luxury motor coach, lunch, snack, all gratuities and taxes.
Reservations Closed 9/28/2016