Visit Globe and Take in the City’s Scenic Drive!

Globe, Arizona provides visitors with some of the best breathtaking mountain vistas. It was once a mining camp and home of Rose Perica Mofford: the first female governor of Arizona. Arizona also has a rich history and once you visit, you will have the chance to know the stories behind the Besh Ba Gowah Archaeological Park and the Tonto National Monument. Driving along its road also offers beautiful views that go on for miles and miles! 

Pickle Barrel Trading Post

The Pickle Barrel Trading Post is one great destination in Arizona. You can look at around the eight thousand square feet of Southwest-style home decor, yard art, Mata Ortiz Pottery, leather goods, turquoise jewelry and Native American crafts and art. Your pets are also welcome at the shopping attraction! Just make sure that they are well behaved.


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Cobre Valley Center for the Arts

Cobre Valley Center for the Arts was established in 1984. It is a member-supported and non-profit arts center. This art facility is housed inside the beautifully restored Old Gila County Courthouse and its restoration was the result of the hard work of several local artists. Though it is restored, it still has the historic integrity of the structure and now it serves as a reception, venue for several performances and art exhibitions for the public. 

Old Dominion Historic Mine Park

The Old Dominion Historic Mine Park is a former mine transformed into a park and has become a fun educational community treasure. What you can find here are antique mining artifacts, hiking trails, a playground with a mining theme, and a disc golf course with nine holes, signs about geology and picnic pavilions. In fact, there are thirteen different trails of varying levels in this park and many of the amenities can be found along the Silver Nugget trail.