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Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix Airport North
3838 E. Van Buren Street Phoenix, AZ 85008
Phone: (602) 306-2323 Fax: (602) 306-1919

Local Attractions 


Looking for something to do? You've come to the right city. With over 325 days of sunshine a year, Phoenix offers a great variety of activities for the entire family ranging from petting zoos to professional sports, desert tours, and Broadway shows. The new Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix Airport North is located nearby several of these great attractions. Complimentary shuttle service is available to those located within a five-mile radius. Cab service can be arranged as well.

       Downtown Phoenix Downtown Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport Arizona Sunset
Attractions

Chase Field

Arizona Diamondbacks www.diamondbacks.mlb.com (602)514-8400
Arizona’s Major League baseball team, Chase Field has become one of the game's most recognizable landmarks in just a few seasons. Full air conditioned, with a state of the art retracting roof, and outfield swimming pool, there is fun for the whole family. - 4.5 miles 

Arizona Cardinals - www.azcardinals.com (602) 379-0102 Arizona’s NFL team whose Arizona Cardinals
home field is the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium. Home games begin
August 7th. - 21 miles

US Airways Center - www.usairwayscenter.com  (602) 379-7800
Home to the NBA's Phoenix Suns, AFL's Arizona Rattlers, WNBA's Phoenix Mercury,
 concerts and a variety of family entertainment. 4.5 miles 

Phoenix SunsJobing.com Arena - www.jobingarena.com (623)772-3200 The arena was built as a
state-of-the-art, multi-purpose facility and anchors the 223-acre, $1 billion development Westgate City Center
 - the "crown jewel" of sports and entertainment complexes. Home of the Phoenix Coyotes Hockey team. - 21 miles

Stage at Herberger Theater     Herberger Theatre - www.herbergertheater.org
    (602) 254-7399.
 Conceived as a pivotal piece in the  
    redevelopment and revitalization of downtown Phoenix. Built in 1989 to support and 
    foster the growth of performing arts in Phoenix as a performance venue and arts
    incubator. The Herberger Theater has contributed to the cultural and educational 
    development of the Valley. - 4 miles


                     Gammage Auditorium Tempe                        Gammage Auditorium - www.asugammage.com (480)965-3434 
    Located on the Tempe campus of Arizona State University, ASU Gammage  is among 
    the largest university-based presenters of performing arts in the world. ASU Gammage 
    is the home theater of MI Bank Broadway Across America. 
- 4miles 

     Heard Museum - www.heard.org (602)252-8848 A must-see Arizona landmark --  
    a place of learning, discovery and an opportunity to share Native traditions that   
    will  touch your heart - 5 miles 
                    Hoops Dance                
    Desert Botanical Gardens - www.dbg.org  (480) 941-1225
   Nestled amid the red buttes of Papago Park, the Desert Botanical Garden hosts one 
   of the world’s finest collections of desert plants. One of only 44 botanical gardens 
   accredited by the American Association of Museums, this one-of-a-kind museum 
   showcases 50 acres of beautiful outdoor exhibits. - 3 miles

  
  
Phoenix Art Museum - www.phxart.org (602) 257-1222
The largest art museum in the Southwest hosts international exhibitions and features more than 17,000 works in its collection. -5 miles 

Chinese Cultural Center - www.phxchinatown.com (602) 220-9456
Uniquely up-scale cultural, culinary and shopping attraction conveniently located. The facility represents the most advanced facility in North and South America featuring Chinese architecture with an exterior highlighted by traditional Chinese gardens and replicas of ancient Chinese pagodas and statues - 1.5 miles

Heritage Park - www.phoenix.gov/PARKS/heritage.html
Historic Heritage Square is a striking remnant of Phoenix’s Victorian past. The Rosson House is the cornerstone of a city block dating from the late 1800s. Museums, shops and restaurants now inhabit the block, which encompasses the only remaining group of residential structures from the original town site of Phoenix. Historic Heritage Square is a part of Heritage & Science Park. 5 miles

Arizona Military Museum - http://www.az.ngb.army.mil (602)267-2676
The Arizona Military Museum has displays of uniforms, vehicles, artillery and miscellaneous mementos from military encounters dating all the way back to the Spanish Conquistadors. As you walk by these displays, progressing from the Civil War to the Indian and Spanish-American Wars, both World Wars, Korea, Vietnam and, finally, Desert Storm, the scope of Arizona's extensive military history takes shape. 2 miles 

           Nascar Races at PIR  Golfing in the Desert  Mill Avenue Tempe  Tempe Town Lake
Firebird International Raceway - www.firebirdraceway.com (602)268-0200 18 miles

Arizona Mills Mall
- www.arizonamillsmall.com  
(480) 491-7300
Arizona Mills features the best names in manufacturers' and retail outlets including Last Call from Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH, and Kenneth Cole New York, high quality entertainment venues including Harkins Luxury 24 Cinemas, GameWorks, IMAX Theatre and various themed restaurants 5 miles

Arizona State Fairgrounds - www.azstatefair.com  (602)252-6771
AESF’s signature events include the Arizona State Fair, the Arizona National Livestock Show, the Maricopa County Fair, and the Maricopa County Home and Garden Show. Our facilities are utilized 300 days a year. The crown jewel of all this activity is, of course, the Arizona State Fair (ASF). ASF is far more than a carnival, a concert venue, or deep-fried Twinkie stand.  10 miles

Arizona State University - www.asu.edu  (480) 965-9011
Located in the heart of downtown Tempe and home to the Sun Devil collegiate teams.-4 miles  
Hot Air Balloon in the Desert                                                    
Biltmore Fashion Park -
www.shopbiltmore.com
 (602) 955-8400
On a nice cool evening the newly remodeled Biltmore Fashion Park now features over 70 fine shops and restaurants in a classy setting. 5 miles

Casino Arizona - www.casinoaz.com (480)850-7777
Two conveniently located casinos to choose from featuring gambling and live entertainment. Each location sits just on the outskirts of the valley on the local Indian Reservations- 8 miles

Celebrity Theatre - www.celebritytheatre.com  (602) 267-1600
Celebrity Theatre hosts events ranging from concerts and plays to boxing and corporate events. Over the years, virtually every major artist in the industry has played the Celebrity Theatre. 1 mile

Cricket Pavilion- www.livenation.com/venue/getVenue/venueId/113 (602)254-7200 15 miles

Diablo Stadium - www.tempe.gov/diablo (480) 350-5205
Home to spring training for the Anaheim Angels. Founded in 1968 and underwent an extensive renovation in 2005, one of the easiest accessible stadiums in phoenix. - 4 miles

Dodge Theatre - www.dodgetheatre.com (602) 379-2800
A state of the art entertainment venue designed specifically for concerts, Broadway shows, family stage shows, boxing, and convention meetings. - 4 miles

Downtown Scottsdale - www.scottsdaledowntown.com
Downtown Scottsdale offers some of the finest galleries, specialty retail, cultural attractions and dining in the Valley of the Sun. Downtown Scottsdale is at the heart of the city's art scene, with Contemporary and Western Art, Theatre 4301 and a wide variety of outdoor sculptures set amid the lush green lawns and sparkling fountains of Civic Center Mall. - 6 miles

Downtown Tempe - www.downtowntempe.com (480)921-2300
An eclectic urban oasis of 24-hour culture and lifestyle. Serving as the vibrant heart of the City of Tempe, the Mill Avenue District captures the spirit and energy of this progressive and diverse community. Local and nationally recognized musicians, Broadway Theater, and world-renowned artists have flocked to Mill Avenue for years to be part of its youthful vitality. - 4 miles

Hall of Flame - www.hallofflame.org (602) 275-3473
Almost an acre of fire history exhibits, with over 90 fully restored pieces of fire apparatus on display, dating from 1725 to 1969, a true hotspot for family fun.-2.5 miles

Light Rail - www.valleymetro.org/METRO_light_rail (602) 262-7433
The METRO system is designed to integrate seamlessly with Valley Metro bus service and will share the same fare structure. An all-day pass is good for local bus and rail service. METRO is set to open in December 2008, bringing Valley residents a new way to get to work and play, and to connect to Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport.1 block

Light Rail Car one Block from Hilton Garden Inn   Orpheum Theatre -
  
www.ci.phoenix.az.us/STAGES/orpheum.html  
   A 1,364-seat, technically modern but architecturally and 
   historically preserved venue for performing arts,
   community and civic events and visitor and convention
   use. - 4 miles

   Papago Park -
   www.phoenix.gov/parks/hikepapa.html  (602)261-8318
   With its otherworldly sandstone buttes, Papago Park has
   graced the city of Phoenix park system since 1959.
   Papago’s trails are generally easy treks with little
   elevation gain making it a great place for a family hike or
   to hone your mountain biking skills. The park is open from
   5 a.m. to 11 p.m.
2 miles

Phoenix Coyotes - http://coyotes.nhl.com (623)772-3200
Arizona’s NHL team

Phoenix Greyhound Park - www.phoenixgreyhoundpark.com  (602)273-7181
It is a sure bet for night-time entertainment for nearly one million visitors each year who pass through the doors of the $17 million Grandstand. Phoenix Greyhound Park offers pari-mutual wagering on live greyhound racing seven nights a week. - 1 block

Arizona Science Center - www.azscience.org (602)716-2000
Current facilities include more than 40,000 square-feet of gallery space containing more than 300 hands-on exhibits; an IMAX Theater seating 285; a multi-media Dorrance Planetarium seating 200; a suite of classrooms; amenities including a gift shop, food service and lunchroom; and support facilities. 4 miles

Phoenix Suns - www.nba.com/suns (602)379-SUNS
Arizona’s NBA team, home court at US Airways Center.

Pueblo Grande Ruins - www.phoenix.gov/parks/pueblo.html  (602) 495-0901
Located at a 1,500 year-old Hohokam village ruins in modern day Phoenix. For over 70 years the museum has been dedicated to the study and interpretation of the Hohokam culture. On the 102 acre park grounds, visitors explore the ruin of an 800 year-old platform mound possibly used by the Hohokam for ceremonies or as an administrative center. - 2.5 miles

Fashion Square Mall Scottsdale

Scottsdale Fashion Square Mall - www.fashionsquare.com (480)945-5495
Upscale shopping center featuring over 225 upscale stores and eateries- 7 miles

Spring Training Teams:
Anaheim Angels San Francisco Giants Chicago Cubs Oakland Athletics

Phoenix Zoo - www.phoenixzoo.org (602)273-1341
Voted one of the top 5 zoos in the nation, with 2.5 miles of walking trails to view the animals and convenient concession stands to stay hydrated in the hot sun, a sure stop for families. 2.5 miles

Rawhide - www.rawhide.com  (480)502-5600
This authentic frontier town is Arizona's largest western-themed attraction and has moved from Scottsdale to Wild Horse Pass on the Gila River Indian Community. Rawhide has a chuck wagon full of fun in store for you -- gunfights, stunt shows, shootin' gallery, gold panning, stagecoach rides, desert train, camel rides, pettin' ranch, burro rides, live country music, Sundown Cookouts, a real blacksmith, and much more. -15 miles 

Places of Interest

Grand Canyon National Park
A powerful and inspiring landscape, the Grand Canyon overwhelms our senses through its immense size; 277 river miles (446km) long, up to 18 miles (29km) wide, and a mile (1.6km) deep. 
www.nps.gov/GRCA                 
 Grand Canyon 60 Million Years in the Making

   South Mountain Preserve
   At over 16,000 acres, South Mountain Park/Preserve often is 
   referred to as the largest municipal park in the country. It
   boasts 51 miles of primary trails for horseback riding, hiking
   and mountain biking for all ability
   levels. www.phoenix.gov/parks/hikesoth.html


   Pueblo Grande Ruins - More than 1,000 years ago the
   Hohokam built the first irrigation system. This marks
   Phoenix's lone National Historic Landmark. Exhibited at Pueblo
   Grande Museum & Cultural Park are the ancient cultures of
   the prehistoric Hohokam residents who lived, farmed and
   prospered for centuries.
www.phoenix.gov/parks/pueblo.html 

Desert Jeep Tours
- Come with one of our cowboy guides in a 4x4 vehicle to explore the desert the way it was before concrete and electricity. Contact Arizona Classic Jeep Tours at 480-786-9198. 
www.azclassicjeeptours.com