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June 1-4, 2014, Phoenix, AZ

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Why Phoenix?

Things are different in the desert. The sky is bigger. The stars are brighter.
The sunsets stop you in your tracks. It’s a feeling that can’t be conjured, landscaped or
kindled with twinkling bulbs. John Ford knew that. So did Frank Lloyd Wright.
Come to Greater Phoenix and you’ll understand, too.

America’s sixth-largest city still has real cowboys and rugged mountains and the kind of
cactus most people see only in cartoons. Phoenix is the gateway to the Grand Canyon,
and its history is a testament to the spirit of puebloans, ranchers, miners and visionaries.

Projected against this rich backdrop is a panorama of urban sophistication: Resorts and
spas that drop jaws and soothe souls. Stadiums and arenas worthy of the world’s biggest
sports spectacles. Restaurants with inspired cuisine and inspiring patio views.
Golf courses that beckon players the year round. Shopping centers as stylish
and eclectic as the fashions they house.

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The temperature in June can reach 100 degrees or higher. Evening temperatures typically stay in the mid 70s.

Visitor Guide

Download the latest Phoenix Visitor Guide.

Family Friendly Activities

There are plenty of activities for families visiting Phoenix. Popular activities include the Desert Botanical Gardens, McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park, Sea Life Children’s Entertainment Center, The Children’s Museum of Phoenix, and Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix.

Top Activities and Sights in Phoenix

Heard Museum

The internationally acclaimed Heard Museum is one of the best places to experience the myriad cultures and art of American Indians of the Southwest.
2301 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85004

Phoenix Art Museum

Popular international exhibitions are shown along side the Museum’s outstanding collection of more than 18,000 works of American, Asian, European, Latin American, Western American, modern and contemporary art, and fashion design.
1625 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85004

Camelback Mountain

Located 20 minutes from downtown Phoenix, Camelback Mountain is a Phoenix icon visited by thousands every year. Two Summit trails are very strenuous and steep, but easier hikes can be found around the base of the mountain.
5700 N. Echo Canyon Parkway
Phoenix, AZ 85018

Chase Field

Chase Field is the home of the Arizona Diamondbacks and opened in the Spring of 2008.
401 E. Jefferson St.
Phoenix, AZ 85004
480 339-5000

Herberger Theater Center

Herberger Theater Center is home to the Arizona Theater Company and the Center Dance Ensemble and is the valley’s premier performing arts center.
222 E. Monroe St.
Phoenix, AZ 85004
602 254-7399

CityScape Downtown Phoenix

The three-block lifestyle development in the center of Downtown Phoenix is a new urban destination featuring: Chloe's Corner, Gold’s Gym, Arrogant Butcher, Lucky Strike Lanes & Lounge, Stand Up Live, The Breakfast Club, Five Guys, Urban Outfitters, Republic of Couture, Designer District, CVS Pharmacy, a day spa and salon, and additional food and fashion retailers.
1 E. Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ 85004

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