World’s Largest Pipe Organ Delights Pizza Lovers in Mesa

pipe organ

MESA – Organ Stop Pizza possesses all the ingredients of a great pizza parlor, yet people aren’t just drawn here for the Spicy Italian or Hawaiian pies. They are mesmerized by the melodies of The Mighty Wurlitzer – the world’s largest pipe organ.

The World’s Largest and Smallest… Funky Claims to Fame in Arizona

Fountain in Fountain Hills, Arizona

Arizona has some truly one-of-a-kind wonders and quirky artistic endeavors, several of which have earned the titles of world’s largest or smallest. Below, we’re sharing some of our favorites. Do you know of any other “worldly” oddities? Leave us comment with your thoughts.

One Thousand Tumbleweeds Needed for Chandler Christmas Tree

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CHANDLER — This city may be the only one in the nation facing a shortage of materials required for building a Christmas tree. Every year since 1957, Chandler has erected a Christmas tree composed entirely of tumbleweeds, chicken wire and paint.

Arizona Geography Trivia 2: Can You Pass?

Arizona State Map

Test your knowledge of Arizona Geography with this short quiz, originally published in Marshall Trimble’s Official Arizona Trivia. Don’t scroll down too quickly. The answers are posted shortly below the questions. When you’re finished, leave a comment with your score. Did any answers surprise you?

World’s Largest Kokopelli in Camp Verde

World's Largest Kokopelli

CAMP VERDE — The world’s largest kokopelli, commonly known as “that big flute player,” has been leaning over and giving silent performances in front of the Krazy Kokopelli Trading Post here for more than 20 years. The large sculpture stands 32 feet tall, sits atop a six-foot base and is painted yellow, so he’s probably one of the main reasons tourists stop to check out the variety of goods offered inside.