Parking & Maps

Public Parking for Best of Show and Fair weekend is HERE.

Fair Map with Booth Locations is HERE.

Use the Light Rail

Phoenix’s light rail system makes it easier than ever to visit the Fair for tourists and residents alike! Heard visitors have their own light rail stop, Encanto Boulevard, in front of the Museum’s Central Avenue entrance! The light rail passes close by to major downtown hotels, and ample parking is available close to light rail stations, so hunting for a parking spot is a relic of the past.

Park and ride the rail!


Visit the Non-Profit Organizations

located at #18 opposite the Pavilion Food

Every year a variety of non-profit organizations join the Fair to offer information about their organizations. Stop by and learn about their good works and perhaps how you can help or be helped.

Adopt a Native Elder Program   Adopt-A- Native Elder Program provides Elders with basic food, firewood, traditional clothing, yarn for weaving, and simple medical supplies.  They strive to fill significant gaps in reservation Elder care.  Their newsletter costs $25.00 a year (5 issues), a food box $100.00, a yarn box $40.00, and firewood $100 a load.

Hopi Arts Trail    The Hopi Arts Trail invites you to explore all of the authentic Hopi artwork that Hopi land has to offer.  The Hopi Arts Trail artists and galleries are spread across the twelve villages and located in three regions: First Mesa, Second Mesa, and Third Mesa.  Learn about Hopi culture, and get to know artists in their home workshops and galleries

Indian Arts and Crafts Board    The IACB promotes the economic development of American Indians and Alaska Natives of federally recognized tribes through the expansion of the Indian arts and crafts market. The IACB provides promotional opportunities, general business advice, and information on the Indian Arts and Crafts Act to Native American artists, craftspeople, businesses, museums, and cultural centers of federally recognized Tribes.

Native Health    Provides primary, medical, dental, behavioral health, and wellness services for Native Americans and all individuals residing in Maricopa County.

Phoenix Indian Center   Phoenix Indian Center has a 64-year history and is the first urban based Indian Center in the Nation. The Center is a primary resource of employment, education, cultural enrichment, and community engagement for urban American Indians residing in Maricopa County. The Center serves as a home away from home connection for American Indians who have strong ties to their homeland, but live in an urban setting.

Packages From Home   It supports military troops with care packages away from home. NOTE: They are located in front of the National American Indian Veterans Memorial near the Amphitheater

Southwestern Association of Indian Arts    Produces Santa Fe Indian Market and over year round programs and events.  The 2016 Market will be held August 20 and 21.  SWAIA brings Native Arts to the world by inspiring artistic excellence, fostering education, and creating meaningful partnerships.

UNITY   United National Indian Tribal Youth provides opportunities for American Indian youth to develop leadership skills and organizational experience.  UNITY provides a positive environment for young people to share their own tribal histories and cultures with other tribal youth.  UNITY assists youth ages 15 to 24 to create youth councils.  These councils create networks through which young people can interact and learn from each other.  Youth council members are also responsible for conducting projects in the areas of community service, environment, cultural heritage, and healthy lifestyles.