in Glendale, AZ
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Plan for something nice during your next vacation, or maybe next time someone comes for a visit. Surprise your guests – or your traveling buddies – with professional tours of the area. Get to know the latest and greatest venues or historical spots, or maybe get a specialized tour and hit the best areas in the city.
Check out our list below to see everything that’s available in the area. Find their name, address, phone number, website and driving directions – and start your next adventure!
Catlin Court Walking Tour
The Catlin Court Walking Tour in Glendale covers an area of historic buildings and is located between Gardenia Avenue and Palmaire Avenue. Primarily, most of these 82 buildings are built in the bungalow style of the early 1920s. Otto R. Hansen, a capitalist from Wisconsin, subdivided these 80 acres into lots and named the area “Catlin” after his wife's maiden name. These historic homes offer a dramatic look at what life was like in Glendale at the beginning of the 1900s. The tour spotlights 24 of the Catlin's historic homes, some of which have been converted into stores, specialty shops and restaurants. This area is proudly listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Cerreta Candy Company
5345 W Glendale Ave
Glendale, AZ 85301 Directions
Satisfy the sweet tooth of everyone in your family when you plan a delicious visit to Glendale's Cerreta Candy Company. This is a locally-owned hometown attraction that has been creating some of the most delectable chocolate treats for years. Whether you need a gift basket for a special occasion or just want to show your sweetheart an expression of even more sweetness, the friendly staff will direct you to the perfect candy concoction to give as a gift. Tours are offered daily, Monday through Thursday, and the kids will not only love learning about the life of local chocolatiers, but they will equally enjoy the free samples of candy.
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