Historic Sites & Landmarks Near our Glendale Plastic Surgery Office

When in the area for a scheduled visit to Dr. Angelchik’s plastic surgery practice, you may wish to schedule time to visit these wonderful and historic local landmarks!

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  • Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park – Near Sky Harbor Airport and downtown Phoenix, the Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park is home to the the ruins of an ancient Hohokam village, one of several villages along the Salt River between A.D. 300 and 1400.
  • Rosson House Museum – The Rosson House was built in 1895 and sits in its original foundation in downtown Phoenix’s Heritage Square. A great look at what life was like in Victorian Phoenix.
  • Taliesin West – Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter retreat studio and educates the public on Wright’s architecture and ideas.
  • Wrigley Mansion – Built in 1932 by William Wrigley Jr. (the chewing gum magnate), this historic structure showcases both historic elegance and contemporary flair. Visit for a tour, a champaign brunch, or enjoy delectable goodies in the dining room.
  • Mystery Castle – in the foothills of South Mountain Park, this historic structure was built in the 1930s by Boyce Luther Gulley for his daughter Mary Lou Gulley. The structure is uniquely held together by mortar, cement, calcium, and goat milk, and was built from an array of odd materials such as car parts, railroad tracks, and telephone poles. It even has its own dungeon!
  • Pioneer and Military Memorial Park – this park is a monument to the pioneer families of Arizona’s past featuring an avenue of flags, benches, a fountain, and historic cemeteries where several of the state’s notable figures were laid to rest. The historic Smurthwaite House was relocated to the park in 1994. Restoration of this landmark was completed in 2004.
  • Alwun House – built in 1912 by John Sedler, this house is a magnificent Bungalow Style manor featuring Colonial detailing. The Sedler House (aka Alwun House) was placed on the Arizona State Historic Preservation Office’s Inventory of Historic Properties in 1993. It now houses the Alwun House Foundation. Being downtown Phoenix’s first art gallery, it has grown into an institution and significantly shaped the Arts District in the area.
  • Pioneer Living History Village – Arizona’s most authentic Old West town! Visit over 90 acres of an old 1800’s town featuring authentic buildings and historically accurate reproductions. At the village you will find: and opera house, a dress shop, blacksmith shop, sheriff’s office and jail, a cabin and a complete ranch.

Enjoy these remarkable landmarks in and around the Phoenix, AZ area!

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