Located in South Scottsdale, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Big Surf, Desert Botanical Garden, and Scottsdale Stadium. Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn Medical ...
Located in Downtown Phoenix, this golf motel is within a 10-minute walk of The Van Buren, Arizona Federal Theatre, and Arizona State University - Downtown Phoenix. ...
Located in South Scottsdale, this motel is steps from Scottsdale Fashion Square and Old Town. Scottsdale Waterfront and Scottsdale Stadium are also within 2 ...
I love the assistance I got when I phoned cheap tickets and the flight was awesome
Over all nice flight. Only bad spot, I was sure I picked seats & we were separated at gate. No seats tighter. Thankfully a nice family did trade with us.
Late departing, but overall good flight
|Number of Daily Flights||3|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Jul 12|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Jul 12|
|Popular Airlines||American Airlines|
When you land in Phoenix after a flight from Indianapolis, you’ll immediately find plenty of exciting attractions at your disposal. The Hall of Flame Fire Museum in Phoenix is a great place to learn about old fire trucks. If you have kids, take them to the Arizona Science Center; they are sure to enjoy the interactive experiments, games and sports. If you want to learn about the history of Phoenix, visit the Pueblo Grande Museum and Cultural Park. This museum neighbors the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX).
The Hall of Flame Museum is located in the heart of the city on East Van Buren Street, just off of Highway 202. Within the museum, you can check out a variety of firefighting tools and vehicles that were used in the United States.
If you book a nonstop flight from Indianapolis International Airport (IND) to Phoenix, you can expect to touch down in about three and a half hours. Once you pick up your rental car, you may want to take a scenic drive though Agua Caliente, if you need to escape from the sounds of the city.
For a fun camping adventure, take everyone to the Harquahala Mountain Back Country Byway. This spot is filled with rare cactus species as well as other native plants.