- Our list of the best things to do in Florence, Arizona, features the top 37 nearby activities — including 14 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Florence, AZ has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Sports & Fitness, Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 7 things to do within the city of Florence, AZ , followed by 31 popular activities in nearby cities, including Queen Creek, Casa Grande, Picacho, Apache Junction, Gilbert and San Tan Valley
97% 92 votes
4784 N. St. Josephs Way, Florence, AZ MoreLess Info
Founded by 6 monks who returned from the sacred mountain of Athos, St. Anthony's Greek Orthodox Monastery is a community of 43 men serving under the principles of the monastic life. They offer hospitality to whoever visits them.
Arizona ATV Adventures has been in the clients' service for 30 years. The trails are 40 miles long, with points of interest on both sides. The main attraction is Box Canyon, through which the trail runs for 6 miles. The walls are at most 20 feet apart and 900 feet high.
Founded in 1959, the Pinal County Historical Museum acts as a county-wide museum that focuses on the history of the local area. Popular exhibits cover Native American life, prison artifacts, and extensive genealogical records.
Available for riders of all skill levels, High Desert ATV Rides LLC is a company run by a local resident with an extensive knowledge of local trails. Visitors bring their ATV and are guided through the local trails.
Named for former governor and senator Ernest McFarland, McFarland State Historic Park once served as Pinal County's first courthouse. Visitors can see the former courthouse on a guided tour including documents and a World War II exhibit.
47% 85 votes
30761 Golf Club Drive, Queen Creek, AZ 85143 MoreLess Info
The Golf Club at Johnson Ranch offers two distinct nine-hole courses that can be combined into an 18-hole arrangement for those wanting to play the entire club. There is a set daily fee rather than a pay-per-play cost that allows for a leisurely pace through the course.