Local attractions

ASU Tempe Campus

Arizona State University's Tempe campus is open to the public! Walk along its historic malls, take a self-guided tour of the grounds, or visit one of the many public centers for a deeper look inside research at ASU.

Downtown Tempe

Explore the vibrant community in Downtown Tempe, just steps away from the Omni Hotel at ASU. Enjoy a range of restaurants and entertainment during your stay. Check out the Downtown Tempe homepage for upcoming events and programs to plan your visit.


Sedona is a captivating Arizona town renowned for its striking red rock formations, offering a surreal landscape that attracts hikers and spiritual seekers alike. With its vibrant energy and picturesque scenery, Sedona is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and those seeking a connection with nature.

Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a geological masterpiece carved by the Colorado River over millions of years. With awe-inspiring vastness and intricate rock layers tell a captivating story of Earth's history, be treated to breathtaking panoramic views, thrilling hiking trails, and a profound sense of the Earth's geological wonders.

Monument Valley

Monument Valley, located on the Arizona-Utah border, is an iconic symbol of the American West, characterized by towering sandstone buttes and mesas. Experience the mesmerizing beauty of Monument Valley while gaining insights into the rich cultural heritage of the indigenous Navajo people.


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Devil's Bridge in Sedona, AZ.
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Downtown Tempe
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Monument Valley
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