Whether flying or just visiting, take a self-guided tour to check out Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Enjoy Phoenix Airport Museum located throughout the airport, with exhibitions, art and even a vintage World War I airplane. Dine at various restaurants and take in the shops. Ride the PHX Sky Train® with its own spectacular art and views of airplanes landing and taking off, surrounding mountains, and downtown Phoenix.
See the information below for airport directions, links to Things to Do and See, and terminal maps to help plan your tour.
Directions - Getting to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is located at 3400 E. Sky Harbor Boulevard approximately five miles east of downtown Phoenix. Sky Harbor is easily accessible by Interstate 10 (exit 149) and State Route 143 (exit 3B) as well as 44th Street to the east, and 24th Street and Buckeye Road to the west.
Once at Phoenix Sky Harbor
Use PHX Sky Train® to transport you conveniently throughout the airport with stops at all four stations serving all terminals. See the map below for reference (click on it to enlarge.)
Level 3, East and West PHX Sky Train® Bridges
Glass mural installation of Arizona leaves by Dan Mayer
Level 1, East End Curb
Stained Glass wall installation by Ken Toney
Level 1, North Side
Large-scale western “Pop Art” paintings by Billy Schenck
Level 1, West End, Outside Sculpture Garden
Embrace by Kevin Berry
Larger-than-life sculpture of a “Devil’s Claw” seed pod
Level 4, East End
The Aviators by Donald Lipski
Nearly 30-foot-wide wall sculpture of sunglasses on a 90-foot-wide hand-painted sky mural
Level 4, East End
Ultimate Landscape – The Grand Canyon by Merrill Mahaffey
Large painting depicting the Grand Canyon from the North Rim
Level 4, North Side, Post-Security
Phoenix Light Threshold by James Carpenter (JCDA)
Art installation featuring 750 light-diffusing blue and gold hex cells