in Phoenix, AZ
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El Dorado Hot Springs
41225 W Indian School Rd
Tonopah, AZ 85354 Directions
Relax in the desert oasis of El Dorado Hot Springs, a rustic spa and retreat with several hot springs pools to choose from. Located just 40 miles west of Phoenix, the spa has accommodations and a camp ground as well.
Arizona Biltmore Spa
2400 E Missouri Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85016 Directions
Indulge, indulge, indulge. Life doesn't get much better than a romantic and relaxing afternoon at the world-renown Arizona Biltmore Spa. On the menu: More than a dozen massage treatments, body scrubs and skin elixirs.
1725 W Williams Dr
Phoenix, AZ 85027 Directions
Go up, up, and away on a romantic hot air balloon adventure over the Phoenix skyline with Rainbow Ryders. The warm, balmy breezes and spectacular mountain scenery will leave you and your date in awe. Sunrise and sunset rides are available daily.
Scottsdale Art Walk
E Main St & N Marshall Way
Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Directions
Stroll hand in hand on a romantic date at America's original art walk, the Scottsdale Art Walk. The event takes place every Thursday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., when dozens of galleries throw open their doors and welcome sightseers with wine, food and accessible art.
1 N 1st St
Phoenix, AZ 85004 Directions
The Phoenix Symphony has been making its mark on the Phoenix cultural scene since 1947. Today, the musicians perform almost 200 concerts and presentations in the region at Symphony Hall.
Originally, the symphony began with a group of talented musicians getting together occasionally to perform sporadic concerts throughout the years. As interest grew, the Phoenix Symphony became an official body with an annual season from September through the beginning of June.
The Phoenix Symphony is sensitive to the needs of the community, not only in its performances but also to draw and attract young and old alike to the magic of orchestral performances. The symphony collaborates with many artistic partners from the region, including the Phoenix Art Museum and the Phoenix Theatre.
Themes throughout the year have included a regular series of Classics, Symphony Pops, Chamber Orchestra, and Family offerings, as well as special community presentations celebrating various holidays and area events. There have also been special performances including the Rediscovered Masters series, and a festival of the World's greatest piano concertos.