Visit USA 2023 Travel Planner 17 BE INSPIRED The highlights of Mesa, Arizona Destination Downtown The area is now home to the all-new Plaza at Mesa City Center, across from the renowned Mesa Arts Center. The city’s cultural venue and museum showcases a world of international arts. Main Street’s thriving nightlife scene features live music, and some of the best local dining. Experience one of Arizona’s longest pub crawls with breweries up and down Main Street. Fresh Foodie Trail Do not miss stops on the award-winning Fresh Foodie Trail®. This foodie road trip connects visitors to a collection of area farms and gourmet food stands. The trail takes in wineries, craft breweries, homemade ice cream, peaches, heritage grains, olive groves and citrus orchards, and features chefs celebrating the ever-changing seasonal bounty. You won't be going hungry when you take the Fresh Foodie Trail®. Discover Queen Creek This town’s charm and character can be experienced at the Horseshoe Park and Equestrian Centre, where they showcase rodeos and Western-style festivals. Don’t miss the Roots N’ Boots Rodeo every spring. From family-owned boutiques to large-scale superstores, the QC District has it all for shoppers. Take a tour and enjoy the Tuscan-inspired Queen Creek Olive Mill. Visit an organic peach orchard and go glamping in vintage trailers. Accessible Travel Mesa is one of the nation’s most accessible travel destinations. Visitors have several services and resources for trip planning for a seamless experience in the city. Aira, an on-demand visual interpretation, is available on smart phones for blind and low vision guests. The Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Program is citywide and Mesa is the first-ever Autism Certified City! Be inspired, visit VISITMESA.COM “From small, family-owned boutiques to large-scale superstores, Queen Creek has a number of shopping centres, including the historic Town Centre area"