Area Attractions

There’s a lot to do in Phoenix. Whether you prefer exploring Arizona’s natural desert beauty, catching amazing sporting events, or experiencing unbelievable shopping, the whole family can enjoy, when you stay at our hotel.  You will enjoy an easy commute, comfortable rooms and a great time in our great city.

Hyatt Place Phoenix-North

10838 North 25th Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona, United States, 85029



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Musical Instrument Museum

The Musical Instrument Museum is located in Phoenix, Arizona. Opened in April 2010, it is the largest museum of its type in the world. The collection of over 15,000 musical instruments and associated objects includes examples from nearly 200 countries and territories, representing every inhabited continent.

Hurricane Harbor Phoenix – Six Flags Water Park

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Phoenix is a water park located in Phoenix, Arizona. The park is situated on approximately 35 acres of land, making it the largest theme park in the state. It is located in North Phoenix at Adobe Dam Regional Park.

Chase Field

Chase Field, formerly Bank One Ballpark, is a retractable roof stadium in downtown Phoenix, Arizona which opened in 1998.

Desert Botanical Garden

Desert Botanical Garden is a 140-acre botanical garden located in Papago Park.

Phoenix Zoo

The Phoenix Zoo opened in 1962 and is the largest privately owned, non-profit zoo in the United States. It operates on 125 acres of land in the Papago Park area of Phoenix.

Heard Museum

The Heard Museum is a private, not-for-profit museum dedicated to the advancement of American Indian art.

Children’s Museum of Phoenix

Expansive museum with more than 300 interactive play areas for kids aged 10 & under.

Arizona Science Center

The Arizona Science Center, at 600 East Washington Street in downtown Phoenix, Arizona, is a science museum located in Heritage and Science Park.

Hall of Flame Fire Museum

The National Historical Fire Foundation is a museum dedicated to the historical preservation of firefighting equipment used through the years around the world. The museum's artifacts were originally the private collection of George F. Getz Jr., who opened the original Hall of Flame in Wisconsin in 1961. 13 MI