The Arizona Doll and Toy Museum features boys and girls playthings from many eras. Antique to modern toys, dolls and miniatures to remember and cherish our childhood.
A Gift Shop and Doll Hospital are also available.
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
5847 W. Myrtle Ave.
Lizards for Kids and More offers over 50 different species of reptiles, invertebrates, and amphibians for you and your kiddos to learn about and engage with, species ranging from the Costa Rican Red-Eyed Tree Frog to several varieties of snakes, gecko lizards, a walking fish, and more.
7157 N. 59th Ave.
Visit website to schedule your tour
The First United Methodist Church of Glendale was established in 1894, just two years after the original Glendale town-site was platted. The Church has served the community uninterruptedly from its early years of serving Methodists from both Glendale and Phoenix.
7102 N. 58th Drive
This unique history walk features 59 images relating to the history of Glendale imbedded in the sidewalk at the promenade of the Catlin Court and Downtown parking structure retail area. Each vibrant mosaic offers insight into the
evolution of Glendale.
Promenade Parking Structure
Just south of Catlin Court
58th Ave. and Palmaire Ave.
The Glendale Public Safety Memorial was dedicated on Jan. 4, 2011. The memorial honors two police officers and one firefighter killed in the line of duty in Glendale. The names of the fallen include:
Fire Engineer Lester Hills
Sergeant Pat Campbell
Officer Anthony Holly
The 15-foot-tall bronze memorial features two police officers and two firefighters rescuing a child while connected by an eternal flame.
Behind the statue is a 28-foot-long granite wall with plaques of honor.
The artist for the memorial is Hai Ying Wu.
Glendale Civic Center Plaza just south of
5750 W. Glenn Drive