Historic Heritage Square

History Museum, Plaza, Landmark
601 E Monroe St (at N 6th St)
Phoenix, AZ 85004
(602) 534-2243


  • This area encompasses the only remaining group of residential structures from the original town site of Phoenix.
  • If there is a festival here go, by all means go. Eat the food, drink the beer, and just indulge. Never pay more than $5 to park though. There are plenty of good lots close.
  • Nice visit. Take the tour to learn the history of the house.
  • A dream date: Take the Light Rail, grab some lunch at Rose and Crown or the original Pizzeria Bianco, and then walk over to the Arizona Science Center. Swoon.
  • The lightrail cruises right by the park! Hop on the train and do it victorian phx style, ride & walk
  • Nice park space.
  • Arizona Matsuri happens every February here and its a huge FREE festival to celebrate Japanese culture. Definitely worth checking out!
  • We were here for the Matsuri (japanese) Festival. Beautiful day and some interesting performances. Very well attended every year.
  • What's left of Victorian era. Gorgeously restored (now a museum) Rosson House is worth a visit. A couple of restaurants residing inside one of these buildings in the square.
  • A great place to go to sit on a bench and eat a lunch. Or, you can also get the best pizza in America. Your choice.
  • .the Rose&TheCroqnPub hasexcelent CheeseFries&Stella on tap
  • Get your zombie on at downtown Phoenix's Third Annual Zombie Walk Saturday, Oct. 29, at 5:30 p.m. Zombie FAQs: http://tinyurl.com/3lpuq4z
  • Don't miss Night of the Masquerade Ball, one in a series of DPC Homecoming activities, 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27, at Lath Pavilion.
  • Rosson House offers guided tours, wed. through sat. from 10 am to 4 pm and sun. from 12 am to 4 pm. Step back in time to a fine victorian home and experience how a prominent Phoenician family lived.
  • Every first Friday of each month there is live art and art for sale at Heritage Square starting from 6 to 10

Nearby places

600 E Washington St
623 E Adams St (at E Washington St)
622 E Adams St (in Heritage Square (7th St & Monroe))