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Discover the famous Road 66 with the man who fought to preserve its history at the Kingman Visitor Center. Visitors will be able to interact with an artificial intelligence (AI) version of Angel Delgadillo to experience what life was like on historic Route 66.

Now every traveler has the opportunity to ask Angel questions on Route 66 thanks to artificial intelligence technology that combs through hours of interviews and formulates an answer to curious questions.

The neighborhood of Barrio Viejo in Tucson set to become a National Historic Landmark
The Barrio Viejo Historic District in Tucson, the second largest city in Arizona, is the largest barrio in the United States, and will soon become a National Historic Landmark. Stroll through the century-old history of this mile-long barrio and its influential role in establishing Tucson’s culture. Architecture enthusiasts will appreciate the architectural significance of the barrio with its largest collection of Sonoran Row homes in the United States.

Opening Mattel Adventure Park
Mattel toys and board games come to life at Mattel Adventure Park, the brand’s first-ever theme park, which will open in Glendale in Arizona in the spring of 2023. With rides and attractions that appeal to toddlers and adults alike, double-loop roller coasters designed for speed, and a flying theater that aims for the stars – Mattel Adventure Park is designed to delight kids. visitors of all ages.

Join Barbie at her Beach House attraction to organize her ultimate wardrobe. Drive your very own Hot Wheel on the Hot Wheels go-kart track before heading out on the Hot Wheels Twin Mill Racer roller coaster.

Opening of the VAI Resort at the end of 2023
The ultimate desert oasis is the best way to describe the new VAI Resort which will open in late 2023 in Glendale. With its white sandy beaches and 2,400m² swimming pool, VAI invites guests to relax by enjoying the pool on the upper level on the artificial island of Konos. The place offers its customers a Mediterranean restaurant, private cabanas and allows customers to enjoy a panoramic view from 40m high while enjoying the aerial bar.

Opening reservations at the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument campground
As of early January 2023, Alamo Canyon Campground in Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument is open for reservations. With only four sites available, birdwatchers, photographers, and dark-sky enthusiasts who want to camp at the mouth of the Alamo Canyon in the Ajo Mountains will need to make advance reservations. Visitors can still attempt same-day bookings as long as venues are available. To make a reservation, go to

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