Attractions in Phoenix

Chase Field
As the home of the Arizona Diamondbacks, Chase Field is just steps from the Phoenix Convention Center. Chase Field was built in 1995 when Major League Baseball announced they would be giving Phoenix an expansion team. The ballpark was originally called Bank One Ballpark, but when Bank One merged with JP MorganChase, the name of the park was changed to Chase Field. The ballpark also hosts events like Monster Jam, Monster Energy Supercross and many more events.

Arizona Science Center
Explore the world of science when you visit the Arizona Science Center. The Center is just a few blocks from the Convention Center and includes an IMAX theater, Van Gogh exhibits, interactive exhibits, and more. There are several educational programs to help children learn about the world around them and all the center has to offer. The Science Center also offers group tours and field trips as well as hosting special events and fundraising activities.

Rosson House
Visit one of the oldest houses still standing in Phoenix when you tour the Victorian style Rosson House. Just a few minutes from the convention center, the Rosson House was built in 1895 and is used today as a museum and example of 19th century architecture in Phoenix. The museum is a 2,800-foot home with craftsman style interior woodwork and great Victorian charm. The House is also available for rent for special events like weddings and parties.

US Airways Center
Hosting a number of sporting events downtown, the U.S. Airways Center is the home of the NBA's Phoenix Suns and the AFL's Arizona Rattlers. The U.S. Airways Center is one of the main Phoenix venues for concerts, sports events and other gatherings. The Center has hosted events that range from WNBA games to Van Halen concerts, Ringling Bros. Barnum and Bailey Circus and more. The center is conveniently located near the Convention Center and the center includes a concession stand and restaurants on-site during events.

Heard Museum
Just a few minutes from the Convention Center, the Heard Museum houses a collection of Native American artifacts and jewelry from the local villages. Opened in 1929, the Heard is one of the oldest museums in Phoenix and is named for its founder and Phoenix pioneer Dwight B. Heard. The Heard also includes a gift shop in the museum and hosts a number of special events throughout the year. There are also educational classes to learn more about the exhibits within the museum.