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4630 E Elwood St,

Phoenix, AZ 85040

602-493-7373

 

Horseback Riding

The BEST of Phoenix Horseback riding that’s suitable for beginners and advanced riders. Private and group trail rides are available. We offer an experience well beyond traditional head to toe riding. We strive to properly introduce new riders to the sport of western horseback riding on gentle horses. Whether you’re a beginner or an advance rider, we welcome all to come and enjoy this wonderful sport. Just minutes away from Central Phoenix where our 2400 acre property is home to some of the most breathtaking scenes in all of the Southwest.
For Team builders The Horse to Heart Experience is a magical two-hour session that will enormously impact your life, whether you're familiar with horses or not.  Andrea Cramer's gifted ability to interpret interactions between humans and horses help individuals and executives gain insight into what's keeping them from getting what they want out of life and producing desired results in their career
 

Musical Instrument Museum

The Musical Instrument Museum is located in Phoenix, Arizona. Opened in April 2010, it is the largest museum of its type in the world. The collection of over 15,000 musical instruments and associated objects includes examples from nearly 200 countries and territories, representing every inhabited continent.
 

Hot Air Balloon Ride

As you gently leave the Earth, you'll be amazed at how light the balloon feels. During the flight you have unobstructed 360-degree views, allowing for breathtaking photographs. Your pilot will explore a variety of altitudes, up to 3,000 feet in the air for a marvelous overview of the valley, to just under 400 feet from the ground where you are able to see the sights and sounds of desert life. By changing altitude, your pilot may also be able to change direction by finding a shift in wind currents at another level. 
 

Heard Museum

The Heard Museum is a private, not-for-profit museum located in Phoenix, Arizona, United States, dedicated to the advancement of American Indian art. Since its founding in 1929, the Heard Museum has grown in size and stature to become recognized internationally for the quality of its collections, world-class exhibitions, educational programming and its unmatched festivals. Dedicated to the advancement of American Indian art, the Heard successfully presents the stories of American Indian people from a first-person perspective, as well as exhibitions that showcase the beauty and vitality of traditional and contemporary art.
 

Topgolf

100+ climate-controlled hitting bays
Full-service restaurant & bars
Private event spaces & meeting rooms
Rooftop terrace with fire pit
Over 200 HDTVs
Free Wi-Fi
 

Taliesin West

Wright’s beloved winter home and the bustling headquarters of the Taliesin Fellowship, was established in 1937 and diligently handcrafted over many years into a world unto itself. Deeply connected to the desert from which it was forged, Taliesin West possesses an almost prehistoric grandeur. It was built and maintained almost entirely by Wright and his apprentices, making it among the most personal of the architect’s creations.
 

Desert Botanical Garden

The BEST of Phoenix Horseback riding that’s suitable for beginners and advanced riders. Private and group trail rides are available. We offer an experience well beyond traditional head to toe riding. We strive to properly introduce new riders to the sport of western horseback riding on gentle horses. Whether you’re a beginner or an advance rider, we welcome all to come and enjoy this wonderful sport. Just minutes away from Central Phoenix where our 2400 acre property is home to some of the most breathtaking scenes in all of the Southwest.
 

Chili Cook-off

Chili Cook-Off combines fun corporate icebreakers with a spicy cooking competition, designed to increase camaraderie within a group. To ensure a great experience, aspects of these team building activities may be modified for your group size, group makeup, time available, and other variables.
 

Build a Teepee 

The group will be given all necessary equipment, instructions and tools to build a teepee.  Once the team has an understanding of what is expected of them all verbal communication must stop.  The teepee has to be built and each member of the group must paint a symbol on the canvas in complete silence.  Teepees will be judged based on creativity, structure stability and total time elapsed
 

Clue Scavenger Hunt

Teams will read through one clue at a time leading them to a destination on property, once at that destination they will receive an “anonymous” tip or CLUE from our eye-witness and informers. The team who returns to Sherlock Holmes first with the crime solved correctly receives a “cash” reward. The cash is chocolate gold coins and caramel bars of gold wrapped in a REWARD bag. A murder mystery that has your guests actually doing all the investigative work! 
 

Amazing Kayaking Race

Enjoy this beautiful Scottsdale team building even that's part adventure race and part amazing race.  Small teams race through the desert and compete in team challenges to achieve the ultimate victory: bragging rights around the office!  Enjoy this 3/4 day team energizer packed with adventure and excitement. The amazing adventure race is a fun, competitive event that has something for everyone, competitive or not.  Teams race to earn as many points as possible before the official end of the race.  Win or not, this fast paced team building program is sure to energize! Teams race and compete in team challenges, road blocks, peak adventures, geo-caching (treasure hunts), photo missions and team discussions. Peak adventures include rock climbing, rappelling, mountain biking and river kayaking. 
 

Ropes Course & Zip Line

Intense team building or just a light day out of the office, the ropes course and zip line event can provide either one. A Ropes/Challenge Course is a team building program that incorporates communication, trust, problem solving and fun. The Ropes/Challenge Course includes: Games and Initiatives, Problem-Solving Activities, and High Ropes Course.  Each of these can be customized to best fulfill the needs of your group and create an experience that provides the greatest opportunity for group development
 

Western Spirit: Scottsdale’s Museum of the West

Intense team building or just a light day out of the office, the ropes course and zip line event can provide either one. A Ropes/Challenge Course is a team building program that incorporates communication, trust, problem solving and fun. The Ropes/Challenge Course includes: Games and Initiatives, Problem-Solving Activities, and High Ropes Course.  Each of these can be customized to best fulfill the needs of your group and create an experience that provides the greatest opportunity for group development
 

Phoenix Zoo

The Phoenix Zoo opened in 1962 and is the largest privately owned, non-profit zoo in the United States. Located in Phoenix, Arizona, the zoo was founded by Robert Maytag, a member of the Maytag family, and operates on 125 acres of land in the Papago Park area of Phoenix
 

OdySea Aquarium

OdySea Aquarium in Scottsdale, Arizona, is a marine aquarium, and the largest aquarium in the Southwest United States. It holds more than 2,000,000 US gallons of water and spans over 200,000 square feet. There are over 30,000 animals and 500 different species in 50 exhibits.
 

Phoenix Art Museum

Phoenix Art Museum’s permanent collection galleries are drawn from more than 19,000 works of AmericanAsianEuropeanLatin AmericanWestern Americanmodern and contemporary art, and fashion design. Visitors also enjoy photography exhibitions through the Museum’s landmark partnership with the Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona. 
 

Monument Valley

Monument Valley, a red-sand desert region on the Arizona-Utah border, is known for the towering sandstone buttes of Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. The park, frequently a filming location for Western movies, is accessed by the looping, 17-mile Valley Drive. The famous, steeply sloped Mittens buttes can be viewed from the road or from overlooks such as John Ford’s Point.