Things to Do in Phoenix for the Super Bowl 2015
If golf is your passion, it’s hard to beat Phoenix, Arizona as a vacation destination. As the fifth largest city in the United States, Phoenix offers a wide variety of activities, restaurants, and most importantly, stunning golf courses for golf enthusiasts. And with an average of 330 days of sunshine each year, you’ll get plenty of tee time.
You may have also heard that Phoenix will host Super Bowl XLIX.
All the Super Bowl hype means plenty of people will flock to Phoenix next month. In fact, more than one million people are expected to descend upon the city to celebrate Super Bowl festivities. Events are scheduled for a full week leading up to the game.
With 12 downtown blocks turned into one big party, downtown Phoenix will be Super Bowl Central. From food vendors to concert stages to beer gardens to fireworks every night, the outdoor extravaganza will be family friendly and jam packed with activities.
While some lucky sports fans will watch the game live, others will simply soak in the city atmosphere and spirit. No matter how and where you spend your time, be sure to allow time to visit and play at WigWam.
From city landscapes to canyon and mountain views, the beautiful Sonoran Desert serves as the visual backdrop for this lovely place. Set amongst desert land, each of our three lush 18-hole championship golf courses seems like an oasis.
As you know, golfing can be an expensive hobby and pastime. However, Wigwam Resort Gold Course rates are affordable and packages are available for every budget and are even hosting some Super Bowl promotion discounts for golfing. You’ll love the course and so will your pocketbook, leaving you extra cash to enjoy the great dining, sights, and Super Bowl parties available in Phoenix.
Just as you’ll appreciate our links, so too will you love the sumptuous food and attractions in Phoenix.
Name a craving; Phoenix can satisfy it. From Mexican to Thai to Greek and Hawaiian Fusion, you can experience dozens of international restaurants. You can also try some great local eateries like Fez, Matt’s Big Breakfast, Mining Camp Restaurant and Dutchman’s Hideout, and the Roaring Fork. You’ll be sure to find something unique to fit both your taste buds and your mood.
And if you—or your or family—want to step off the links or leave the Super Bowl events to do a little sightseeing, consider a few of the following destinations and attractions:
- Grand Canyon
- Arizona Capital Museum
- Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesen West home: Best known for his elegant Fallingwater home, this famous architect designed more than 1,000 buildings. Taliesen West was Wright’s winter personal home and studio. Tours of this desert residence are available year round.
- Tovrea Castle: Shaped like a wedding cake, this one-of-kind 1928 building is set amongst a whitewashed rocks and a cactus garden. Book a tour of this magnificent building.
- Phoenix Art Museum: From modern art to couture to sculpture to films, you can spend hours in this museum seeing new and beautiful works of art.
Whatever you do, wherever you stay, whatever you eat, and wherever you play, you’re sure to have an amazing time in Phoenix. Enjoy your Super Bowl Phoenix holiday. We’ll see you on the links!