From parks to Sun Devils games, find fun things to do

Stay near Heritage Square and the Heard Museum when you book a room at Radisson Hotel Phoenix Airport. Stop by the Pueblo Grande Museum, a 1,000-year-old archaeological site, to learn more about the local area through ruins, art and artifacts. If theater is your thing, then Phoenix is your place. Celebrity Theatre, Herberger Theater, ASU Gammage and Comerica Theatre are all within a 15-minute drive of the Radisson. For a show that is sure to make you laugh, head to the Scottsdale Comedy Spot Comedy Club, where you can see nationally acclaimed acts and local stand-up comedians.

When your itinerary comes to a close, you can ride our free, 24-hour airport shuttle to catch your flight at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX).
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Arizona Science Center

4.62 mi / 7.44 km from the hotel
With permanent exhibits that highlight a variety of topics, including anatomy, aviation, physics, communication technology and more, this center offers educational entertainment for all who explore its galleries.

Arizona State University West Campus

14.76 mi / 23.76 km from the hotel
Tour the campus, take a stroll through Fletcher Lawn or attend a commencement ceremony at one of Arizona's top universities.

ASU Gammage

3.79 mi / 6.09 km from the hotel
Named after Arizona State University's beloved former president, this Frank Lloyd Wright-designed auditorium on ASU's campus has hosted musical and other artistic performances since 1964.

Celebrity Theatre

1.64 mi / 2.64 km from the hotel
Visit this historic 2,600-seat theater to see concerts and plays. Since its debut performance of South Pacific in 1964, this venue has hosted big names like Billy Joel, B.B. King and Olivia Newton-John.

Chase Field

4.71 mi / 7.59 km from the hotel
Home to Major League Baseball's Arizona Diamondbacks, Chase Field features a swimming pool and a retractable roof.

Heard Museum of Native Cultures and Art

5.13 mi / 8.25 km from the hotel
This museum primarily focuses on the arts, culture and history of Native Americans. If you like what you see, stop by the Heard Museum Shop to purchase your own items made by American Indians.