Mesa Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Mesa; our list of the best things to see, including Chicago Wolves, Fiesta Mall and Stratum Laser Tag.
  • The best place in Mesa: Chicago Wolves

    Chicago Wolves

    6920 N
    Mannheim Rd.. This semiprofessional hockey team plays at the Allstate Arena. The season runs October-April.
    Northeast food nearby
  • Stratum Laser Tag

    Stratum Laser Tag

    Stapley Drive. This unassuming building just off the freeway houses a huge multilevel labyrinth that is one of the biggest laser tag arenas in the world.
    Central restaurants nearby
  • Superstition Springs Mall

    Superstition Springs Mall

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    Southeast
  • Hale Centre Theatre

    Hale Centre Theatre

    50 W. Page Ave
    Theatre-in-the-round. Does a season with plays, musicals and children's theatre. Prices vary. Special group rates are available.
    eat nearby
  • Pita Jungle

    Pita Jungle

    1431 E. Williams Field Rd
    Healthy foods. Catering. Extensive menu and friendly service.
  • Fort Concho National Historic Landmark

    Fort Concho National Historic Landmark

    630 S
    Oakes St, open established in 1867 to protect frontier settlements and in 1889 the last soldiers left and it was deactivated, now a historic preservation project and mueseum. The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $3, adults; $2.00, military and senior citizens; and $1.50 for children 6-17. Group rates are available. For information call 325- 481-2646
    food nearby
  • Fighter Combat International

    Fighter Combat International

    Sossaman Rd. Fly an actual dogfight mission in the cockpit of a jet. Starting at $750.
    Southeast eat nearby
  • Gilbert Historical Museum

    10 S
    Gilbert Rd (SW corner of Gilbert and Elliot Rds). 9am-4pm. $5 adults - $4 seniors - $3 children - under 5 free. Variety of exhibits centered around the founding and growth of the Town of Gilbert.
    Southeast restaurants nearby
  • Farmer’s Market

    Old Town near the intersection of Mesa & 7th
    Farm fresh produce, baked goods, lunches, crafts, and plants.
    West Central
  • Anchor Blue

    San Tan Village Shopping Center
    affordable. Affordable urbanwear.
  • Aldo

    San Tan Village Shopping Center
    Affordable footwear and leather goods.
  • Ann Taylor Loft

    San Tan Village Shopping Center
    Value priced Ann Taylor products.
  • AllTel

    San Tan Village Urban Center
    Alltel wireless phone center. Various plans available.
  • Biosphere Two

    32540 S
    Biosphere Rd., Earth's largest fully enclosed and sealed terrarium, covering over three acres. Originally built by a strange (but very well-funded) organization with alleged cult connections, for conducting ecological experiments. More recently Biosphere Two has been turned over to Columbia University and then the University of Arizona for scientific research. Oracle and Oracle Junction are the nearest town and village respectively. Tours are available; standard price is $20/person, with discounts for old people, students, children, and people with convincing fake student IDs.
    Central restaurants nearby
  • Mesa Arts Center

    Mesa Arts Center

    1 E Main St
    Visit the newly constructed and award winning MAC. Home of contemporary art displays and studios, as well as the Southwest Shakespeare Company [1] and the Mesa Symphony Orchestra.
    West Central food nearby
  • Ann Taylor

    San Tan Village Shopping Center
    Women's apparel. Complete wardrobe available.
  • Mesa Convention & Visitors Bureau Visitors Center

    120 N. Center Street
    Stop by the Mesa Visitors Center and pick up a Mesa Visitors Guide. The Visitors Center has many publications about Mesa and other other destinations around Arizona, including the metro Phoenix area. You'll also find knowledgeable staff and local coupons. You can also view the visitors guide online.
    Northwest restaurants nearby
  • AT&T

    SanTan Village Shopping Center
    AT&T wireless products and services.
  • American Eagle Outfitters

    San Tan Village Shopping Center
    Affordable casual clothing.
  • Jackie and Mack Robinson Memorial

    Jackie and Mack Robinson Memorial

    100 N Garfield Ave
    Garfield Ave.. The memorial, located directly across from City Hall, honors the historic accomplishments of baseball legend Jackie Robinson and his brother, Olympian Mack Robinson with two 9-foot bronze portraiture sculptures. The Robinson brothers grew up in Pasadena. Jackie was the first African American to play professional baseball and Mack was a sprinter who won a silver medal in the 1936 Berlin Olympics.
    Northwest restaurants nearby
  • Donald E. Stephens Museum of Hummels

    555 N
    Stephens Museum of Hummels, 555 N. River Rd.. Self-proclaimed as having the world's largest public display of M.I. Hummel figurines in the world. You know, those little cherub-faced ceramic figures.
    Northeast food nearby
  • Apple Store

    SanTan Village Shopping Center
    Specializing in Apple computer products.
  • Romeo's Euro Cafe

    Romeo's Euro Cafe

    207 N Gilbert Rd
    Moderate pricing. International and eclectic foods. Excellent wine list. Offers food and wine pairing and wine makers dinners for $45 a person, reservations required in advance. Excellent dessert menu. Caters.
  • Organ Stop Pizza

    Organ Stop Pizza

    1149 East Southern Avenue, Mesa, AZ 85204
    About 5-9 PM, more depeding on season.. under $10 per person. Organ Stop Pizza is an informal restaurant with a twist: It is home to the world's largest Wurlitzer pipe organ. Each night guests are treated to music from "The Mighty Wurlitzer", played by one of the staff organists who have all received "Organist of the Year" awards by the American Theatre Organ Society. Good pizza, salad, drinks, and a variety of other choices are available at great prices.
    West Central
  • Matta's

    Matta's

    Grill: 1105 N Higley Rd; Grill and Cantina: 1033 N. Dobson Rd.
    The Mexican restaurant on the east side of town since 1953, hosted by the Matta family. The original location on Main street closed in 2008, but in 2002 the family opened a fast/casual-style location called Mattas Mexican Grill, and in 2010 opened Mattas Grill and Cantina, which is closer in style and menu to the origional. Nice atmosphere with strolling mariachis in the evening.
    Northeast
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