CITY OF ChandlerChandler Offi ce of Tourism
With daytime average high temperatures
near 70 in February and the upper 70’s/
low 80’s during April – it’s easy to get
out and explore a multitude of outdoor
festivals and events, family-oriented
activities and plenty of outdoor
recreation. Check the event calendar at
VisitChandler.com for ideas and start
planning your visit to Chandler.
Now, Chandler may be dubbed
the Innovation and Technology Hub
of the Southwest, but residents and
visitors alike are able to experience a
Western adventure of their own. Take
a trip back in time and visit Rawhide
Western Town and Steakhouse, an
1880s-style steakhouse and saloon. Th is
place features authentic Western-style
food including steaks, burgers and fries.
Bring your kiddos and they can hop on
the 1880s-era Butterfi eld stagecoach,
ride burros, board a train and watch the
Rawhide Roughriders’ stunt show.
Year-round, the Zelma Basha Salmeri
Gallery of Western and American Art
is a contemporary, corporate gallery
located in south Chandler that features
more than 3,000 pieces of art in a variety
of mediums including oil paintings,
watercolors, wood-turned bowls,
basketry, pottery, Kachinas and jewelry.
Admission is free.
No Western adventure is complete
without a horseback ride. Koli
Equestrian Center off ers novice and
advanced horseback riders, ages 6 and
older, an opportunity to blaze the trails
on a guided trail ride or by booking a
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private tour. Th e Center is located next
to Chandler, in the Wild Horse Pass
development on the Gila River Indian
Dining out is always a treat, especially
when you can enjoy a delicious bite or
a refreshing cocktail on the patio. From
quick takeout nibbles to sit-down meals,
there are hundreds of options to choose
from throughout the city. Take a peek at
visitchandler.com/restaurants to explore
diff erent eateries to satisfy your cravings.
Th ere is never a shortage of culinary
delights in Chandler.
Looking for that perfect outfi t, handbag,
gift or souvenir? We got you.
Chandler Fashion Center is a shopper’s
paradise with more than 180 stores,
restaurants and a 20-screen Harkins
movie theater. Other shopping escapades
can be had at the Phoenix Premium
Outlets or Th e Shoppes at Casa
Paloma. Both are outdoor malls with
plenty of places to shop till you drop.
If you’re on the hunt for an Arizona
souvenir, stop at Sibley’s West in
Downtown Chandler. Th is specialty
shop features gifts items from more
than 200 local artists and businesses.
Th ere also are a handful of shops in
Downtown Chandler to visit while
selecting your perfect souvenir.
Visit VisitChandler.com for a
complete listing where to stay, things
to do, events, dining and shopping
in Chandler, Arizona
is a diverse and engaging
community located about
20 minutes from Phoenix Sky
Harbor International Airport.
Visitors will discover a vibrant
downtown, world-class shopping,
a lively dining scene, arts
and culture, outdoor recreation
and award-winning hotels. The
late winter/early spring season
is a particularly wonderful time
of year as Chandler hosts a
number of fun, family-friendly
events celebrating the best of
For specifi c dates, times, and
tickets for these and other festivals
and events please confi rm
details before you go. Event
dates and times are subject to
change and weather.
Third Friday of each month,
Highland Yard Vintage Market
- behind Merchant Square.
Open four days a month.
Call for dates (480) 622-0842
CHANDLER FAMILY BIRD WALK
At Veterans Oasis Park.
First Saturday of the month,
November - April.