Check out the local area in Downtown as you venture to sights like Chandler Center for the Arts.
A distinct “hump” in the landscape offers panoramic views over the Valley of the Sun.
This wildlife park often ranks in the top American zoos for families, and is the largest non-profit zoo in the United States.
Arizona State Capitol is just one of the places to see in Phoenix, so why not enjoy the other things to explore during your travels? Take in the acclaimed art scene and desert landscapes in this vibrant area.
You can browse for souvenirs with a trip to Old Town, a favorite shopping spot in Scottsdale. Savor the top-notch restaurants and lively bars while in town.
With desert flora and fauna, including larger-than-life cacti, this garden attracts those who want to experience the desert without venturing far from the city.
This large, modern museum shows why the Southwest offers more than just beautiful natural attractions.
Board a nine-story-tall hot air balloon and let the calm breeze carry you over Phoenix and the Sonoran Desert. Enjoy a champagne toast to celebrate the morning's adventure as you sit back and relish the views of diverse wildlife, dramatic landscapes, and the rich variety of nature.
Soar through the skies aboard a colorful hot air balloon over the dramatic desert landscapes of Arizona. Float through the air at different elevations to witness gorgeous views of the Sonoran Desert's wildlife and amazing cacti.
Take in Arizona's breathtaking beauty with a tour that takes you to the incredible Grand Canyon and the Navajo Indian Reservation. Stop for pictures of Red Rocks of Sedona completes an educational and visually striking journey into the state's heartland.
Embark on a fascinating journey through sound at the world's largest musical instrument showcase. Hear, see, and feel the spirit of music around the globe as you explore engaging exhibits for music lovers of all ages at Phoenix's Musical Instrument Museum (MIM).
Strike out into the rugged Bradshaw Mountains on the back of a 4x4 for a scenic off-road adventure. A certified guide will lead you on an adrenaline-pumping trail ride over mountains, through canyons, and across washes, creeks, and the Agua Fria riverbed for a journey filled with great photos and spectacular Arizona history.
Visit: Castles N' Coasters, 9445 N Metro Pkwy E, Phoenix, AZ 85051-1507 From the thrilling sky high roller coasters and exciting Sky Diver, to the exotic world class miniature golf courses and enchantment of an old fashioned carousel, there’s magic and new adventures waiting for you and your family at Castles N' Coasters.
Cheer on the Phoenix Suns at an NBA game or walk around the city’s historic precinct as you explore the state capital.
North Scottsdale is known for its pristine golf courses, and you can plan a trip to Westworld of Scottsdale and Tournament Players Club (TPC) of Scottsdale while you're in town.
If you're spending some time in South Scottsdale, Scottsdale Fashion Square and Old Town are top sights worth seeing.
Camelback East is known for its ample dining options, and you can make a stop by Desert Botanical Garden and Phoenix Zoo while in the area.
Known for its abundant dining options and live music, there's plenty to explore in Encanto. Top attractions like Heard Museum and Phoenix Art Museum are major draws, and you can catch the metro at Thomas Rd - Central Ave Station or Osborn Rd - Central Ave Station to see more of the city.
Theaters, live music, and spas are some highlights of Desert Ridge. Make a stop by Desert Ridge Marketplace or Musical Instrument Museum while you're exploring.