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Arizona Experience Store

Highlighting Arizona's landscapes, people, culture and events

Find out about Arizona's Specialty Crops

Wine connoisseurs and aficionados alike have a new online tool for unearthing the vineyards, wineries and tasting rooms in Arizona.

Fun, creative, it’s all over the state and heading your way!

The observatory that brought astronomy to the Southwest continues its legacy.

Petroglyphs and pictographs offer reminders of Hohokam culture.

What’s YOUR Arizona Experience? Share your stories here.

Native plants offer low water possibilities for commercial harvests.

Dairy is Arizona’s highest grossing agricultural sector.

Celebrate Arizona’s 100 years of statehood with the Arizona Experience and unlock a treasure trove of trivia! Interactive maps, videos, timelines, oral histories, 3D virtual tours, and articles all bring Arizona’s past, present, and future to life.
Explore the themes found in the top menu, browse the categories below, or read our most recent articles to learn more about what makes Arizona unique.


Arizona's Land

Tour our legendary landscapes.


Arizona's PeopleMeet our diverse community.


Remember ArizonaDig into our rugged history.


Arizona's Innovations

Discover our technological leadership.


Teacher CenterFind resources to engage students.

Recent Articles

Arizona’s maturing wine industry is producing world class wines.
Riparian corridors like the San Pedro River make Arizona a birder’s paradise.
U-Pick Farm Map
Pick your own farm adventure with our interactive agritourism map.
Ten achievements in astronomy and planetary science in Arizona.

Site Highlights

Here are some things happening around Arizona, courtesy of Arizona Highways.
AZ Highways Events

Experience more of Arizona

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The observatory that brought astronomy to the Southwest continues its legacy.
How do rock products help build Arizona’s economy?
Arizona is one of the nation’s largest and fastest growing aerospace centers.
Bruce Aiken doesn’t paint the Grand Canyon, he captures it.