Tourist Attractions in Gilbert
Nature lovers will fall in love with the Riparian Preserve at Water Ranch. This nature preserve is built around a desert stream and lake, which serves as a vital oasis in the heart of the desert and provides essential habitat for a wide variety of birds, insects, amphibians, and reptiles. The nearby Gilbert Rotary Centennial Observatory offers visitors use of high-power telescopes to explore the desert sky.
The Goldfield Ghost Town is a little out of your way, so be sure to check out the car rentals in Gilbert to get you there, since it's definitely worth the trip. This reconstructed ghost town, situated at the base of the Superstition Mountains, offers visitors a rare glimpse of what life was like in the Wild West. The Mammoth Gold Mine, originally the center of the region's economy, is now a museum that educates tourists about the gritty realities of gold mining in the 19th century.
Festivals and Annual Events in Gilbert
Vacations in Gilbert offer a range of family-friendly events in all seasons. In April, check out the Gilbert Global Village Festival, which educates visitors about cultures from around the world. The Gilbert Constitution Fair in September celebrates America's most vital document, and offers attractions like a biplane flyover, a tribute to the nation's fallen soldiers, and a 350-voice choir.
Why not book a package for your family's Gilbert vacations through Travelocity? You can save up to $537 when you book both a flight and a stay at one of the hotels in Gilbert through us. Time your trip to coincide with whichever festival sounds the most fun!
Accommodation in Gilbert
You'd be smart to book early, as there is a small variety of accommodations available on Travelocity's Gilbert hotels guide.
You will be able to sit back and relax at the Residence Inn Phoenix Gilbert and DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Phoenix - Gilbert.