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Heritage Square Phoenix

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Heritage Square Phoenix

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115 N 6th St, Phoenix, AZ 85004-2328
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Beverly K wrote a review Dec 2019
Simi Valley, California1,206 contributions197 helpful votes
I really enjoyed the history and how well they have preserved it. In the gift store which is in one of the homes they have a working old typewriter . They allow you to use it. My son had fun typing. It is not something you see all the time. They also have turning some of the homes into working upscale restaurants .
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Date of experience: November 2019
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jocelynd102 wrote a review Dec 2019
Grosse Pointe, Michigan1,332 contributions263 helpful votes
Heritage Square has four or five restaurants, two buildings to tour, information center, and an outside pavilion. It’s a nice use of space you really don’t need any more than about 45 minutes to see everything and less you were dining
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Taylor B wrote a review Nov 2019
Chicago, Illinois6,633 contributions5,561 helpful votes
Heritage Square is an assortment of homes and businesses raised between 1881 and 1923, the last surviving set of buildings from the original Phoenix town site of 98 blocks, showing what Arizona's capital city looked like in its earliest days. Located at 115 North 6th Street, east of downtown Phoenix, part of the Heritage and Science Park, it includes the Rosson House, the cornerstone of a city block dating from the late 19th century and has been restored to its Victorian roots; the Forest Burgess Carriage House, which was built in 1881 and is the oldest structure in the Square; the Carriage House, located in the center of the Square, which was built as a mule barn for the adjacent Teeter House in 1899; the Bouvier-Teeter House, which was built in 1899 and now is the Victorian Tea Room; the Silva House, a bungalow with neoclassical revival influences that was built in 1900, is occupied by the Rose and Crown, an English pub; the Stevens-Haugsten House, built in 1901, is significant for its representation of the historic California bungalow style popular around the turn of the 20th century; the Stevens House, also built in 1901, now houses the Arizona Doll & Toy Museum; the Baird Machine Shop, built in 1929, now houses the popular Pizzeria Bianco; and Hughes-Stevens Duplex, built in 1923, the youngest of the houses on the Square, is renowned for its sleeping porches constructed with canvas and wood panels that let in cool desert air in the evening.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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podrozniczka60 wrote a review Sep 2019
New Jersey13,421 contributions3,453 helpful votes
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Heritage Square is only a short walking distance from the convention center, just turn into Monroe street. This is where you go to get the taste of Phoenix history. Beautiful area, a remnant of Victorian center of the town with just several houses left. If you are driving - garage building is “next door” on 5th and Monroe. Start from the visitor center in Burgess Carriage House next to Rosson House. I received a lot of information here as well as a warm reception. This is also the place to buy your tickets for the well worth guided tour of the Queen Ann-style Rosson House. Other than the house tour the rest of my exploration of the Heritage Square was self-guided but made easy by the booklet from the visitor center. Steven-Haustgen House holds exhibit of Phoenix maps. Stevens House is now a souvenir shop. There are some “please,touch” exhibits for children. Coffee shop is in Teeter Carriage House and Baird Machine House is nowadays Pizzeria Bianco. The Lath Pavilion was pleasant but its purpose confusing to me but I learnt it is used for community events. Heritage Square is right next to Arizona State University and Arizona Science Center.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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AMR wrote a review Jun 2019
75 contributions9 helpful votes
Heritage square is incredibly small, so it is bewildering that it would not be open daily for visitors.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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