Historic Towns & Cities In Arizona – Best Western Hotels

  

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Take A Tour Of Historic Towns And Cities In Arizona

Gilbert Heritage District

While there are many distinct and impressive ways to enjoy a stay in the Phoenix metro area, you'll certainly want to pay a visit to the city of Gilbert – it's a true gem in the Valley of the Sun. Once there, be sure to explore the depths of the Gilbert Heritage District.

Not just "downtown Gilbert," this versatile and eclectic stretch of Gilbert features an array of shops, dining, and entertainment. Check out the Heritage Marketplace, or enjoy a stroll and a picnic at any of the brilliant local parks – Poco Verde Park, Page Park, and Water Tower Park are just a few.

Prescott's Whiskey Row

Prescott’s Whiskey Row in northern Arizona is like a trip back in time to the Old West. Along historic Montezuma Street you’ll see quaint shops, museums and the famous Palace Restaurant & Saloon. Take in a show at the Bird Cage Saloon, tour Courthouse Square and shop for gifts and souvenirs at Sharlott Hall Museum Store and Whiskey Row Mall.

Tortilla Flat Restaurant & Settlement

With a population of six people, Tortilla Flat Settlement is Arizona's “smallest official community.” Nestled in the Superstition Mountains, this little town began as a stage stop in the early 1900's, when the road was used to service the Roosevelt Dam construction. Tortilla Flat is also one of the historic stations found along the Apache Trail.

The Tortilla Flat Restaurant & Superstition Saloon serves delicious burgers, cold drinks, chili and Prickly Pear ice cream. Whether you enjoy a treat at the General Store – one of the original buildings from the 1940s – or dig into a tasty burger, the charm of the “Real Old West” is alive in Tortilla Flat. This fun attraction is located eighteen miles northeast of Apache Junction on State Route 88. Enjoy your stay in central Arizona.