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    Old Town Scottsdale AZ (Heart of the City)


    Also known as Downtown Scottsdale, includes boutique shopping with Southwestern themed souvenirs, jewelry, and crafts, as well as luxury shopping at one of the country’s best malls.

    McCormick Ranch, AZ


    McCormick Ranch has a 40-year tradition as a master-planned neighborhood. It was once an Arabian horse ranch. This neighborhood is perfect for families, with a range of home sizes and styles. In addition to a large number of homes, living in McCormick Ranch provides you with access to a wide range of facilities and shopping opportunities.

    Gainey Ranch, AZ


    Another well-known master-planned community. The 560-acre community was founded in the 980s. This neighborhood includes single-family detached homes, townhouses, offices, and commercial centers. There are three nine-hole golf courses, as well as a vast network of landscaped paths ideal for cycling, jogging, and other activities.

    Best Places to Visit in Scottsdale, Az

    Butterfly Wonderland, AZ


    A casual family place. Its amazing state-of-the-art facility features an incredible glass atrium that serves as the ideal tropical rainforest habitat for thousands of butterflies from around the world. There is a 3D instructional film called “Flight of the Butterflies” to see. I’m sure there will be some immersive insect exhibits. There’s also a café where you can get some delicious refreshments.

    Taliesin West, AZ


    In the desert foothills of the McDowell Mountains, architect Frank Lloyd Wright began the plan for Taliesin West in 1937. Taliesin is a word that means “shining brow.” Consists of local rock set in wooden forms and bound by a mixture of cement and desert sand.

    Western Spirit: Museum of the West, AZ


    It’s basically 35,000 square feet of interesting information, drawings, and artifacts for all, covering all 19 western states from Texas to the Dakotas (including Hawaii and Alaska). Changing displays, gallery tours, and events bring the museum’s Western history to life. There’s also a gift shop with high-quality items is also available.