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Glendale, Arizona has increasingly become the go to city for America’s most important sporting events. Built in 2006, University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale has hosted two Super Bowls, most recently in 2015, soccer’s Copa America, the 2011 college football championship game between Auburn and Oregon, and the NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four in 2017. The design of University of Phoenix Stadium reflects its desert surroundings as the exterior resembles both a barrel cactus as well as a coiled snake. Glendale is also home to the Phoenix Coyotes of the National Hockey League who skate in the Gila River Arena. In the spring, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago White Sox play in the brand-new Glendale-Camelback Ranch Stadium, a state of the art baseball park. A Glendale tutor can get you caught up on your academics so that a trip to the ballpark is guilt free.
Located a few miles northwest of downtown Phoenix the area which is now Glendale was entirely desert late into the 1800’s. With the building of the Arizona Canal, completed in 1885, a small settlement grew up in what was then called Sahuaro Ranch. In 1888, William J. Murphy built a road connecting the area with Phoenix and changed the name to Glendale to encourage investment. Instrumental to the city’s economy the Beet Sugar Factory, built around 1900, provided jobs for locals and lured more farmers and settlers to Glendale. By 1912 the city had its own newspaper, the Glendale News, and a high school. During World War II, the Army Air Corps used Glendale’s Thunderbird Field for training pilots. The field was a collaborative project with investors including actors James Stewart, Henry Fonda and Cary Grant. Designed by artist Millard Sheets, the field resembles a drawing of the mythical Anasazi Thunderbird when viewed from the air. After the war, the field became the Thunderbird American Graduate School for International Management.
While Glendale is adjacent to a wealth of attractions and activities in the Phoenix area, the city itself offers many things to do. For those interested in railroad history, a visit to Adobe Mountain Desert Park is mandatory. The park features vintage locomotives which date back to the nineteenth century. Visitors can ride on scale models of old trains through the parks more than 14 miles of track. The Sahuaro Central Railroad Museum, also on the site, houses railroad exhibits, artifacts and memorabilia. In the warm summer, visitors to Adobe Mountain might want to go right next door to the Wet ‘n’ Wild Water Park. Your Grade Potential Tutor can keep you ahead of the learning curve so you can enjoy a, literally, cool day at Wet ‘n’ Wild. The water park has more than 30 rides including the speedy and twisting “Tornado.”
For the even more adventurous, Glendale is situated near the launching area for the valley’s numerous hot air balloon sites. Balloon rides travel over the Phoenix valley and take in views of McDowell Mountain Regional Park, downtown Phoenix, Camelback Mountain, South Mountain and much more.
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In recent years Glendale's University of Phoenix Stadium has played host to some of the biggest sporting events in the United States including the Super Bowl and the NCAA Men's Basketball Final Four