A Walk Through History: Wesley Bolin Plaza

December 18, 2013 - Phoenix, AZ

In the heart of Phoenix, bounded by the State Capitol to the west and the USS Arizona Memorial to the east, is Wesley Bolin Plaza. This amazing walk through history is a collection of monuments and memorials to Arizona history, past and present.


When visiting the Phoenix area, resplendent with natural wonders, cultural opportunities, museums, parks, sports, and other entertainment venues, I recommend highly making a morning (in the summer) or afternoon (in the winter) to take a few hours to explore the rich history of the state as well as those who helped shape the 48th state.


Here is a map of the exhibits in the plaza:


Enjoy the images of some of the memorials and monuments at Wesley Bolin Plaza:


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Wesley Bolin Plaza is located between Washington and Jefferson streets in downtown Phoenix, AZ.


Address:

1700 W Washington St, Phoenix, AZ 85007

Hours:

6am-6pm, 7 days a week.

Parking:

Parking if free in the "Public Parking" areas to the north and south of the plaza (see map)