Del E. Webb Center for the Performing Arts
The mission of the Del E. Webb Center for the Performing ARts is to present culturally diverse, live performing arts and educational experiences that inspire audiences and artistically transform our community.
Hours: Monday – Friday: 9 am – 5 pm

Uptown Alley
13525 N. Litchfield Rd., 623.975.7529
Uptown Alley is the place to go when groups of family and friends want to be together, but can’t agree on how to play together. The entertainment complex features a 40-lane bowling alley, a sports theater, laser tag, billiards room and other activities. If people can’t agree on what to eat, the Red Embers Bar & Grill offers choices from tailgate fare to specialty salads and steaks to pasta and pizza.

The Mad Platter
15341 W. Waddell Rd.,
Surprise, 623.214.133

Motion-Activated Theater Seats
13649 N. Litchfield Rd., 623.584.3880
Moviegoers these days want more than a good story; they want an experience. The D-Box motion-activated theater seats available at Digiplex Surprise Pointe 14 offer moviegoers the chance to shift, rumble and vibrate. The seats are equipped with D-Box motion codes that correspond to the action on the screen.

Pitchfork Farmers Market
12425 W. Bell Rd., Techcelerator Plaza

Surprise Aquatic Center
15831 N. Bullard Ave., Surprise

Surprise Women’s Heritage Trail
As you visit these historical points of interest inside the city’s Original Town Site, you’ll learn about the diverse and fascinating women who lived, worked, and played important roles in the development of Surprise. Begins 13071- 13073 NW Grand Avenue Frontage Road. The Surprise Women’s Heritage Trail pays homage to Flora Statler, who purchased, platted and marketed lots in what would grow from a small, migrant community to one of the state’s 10 largest cities. Statler and other prominent Surprise women are part of this self-guided tour. Tour maps are located at City Hall or at the Visitors’ Center in the Surprise Regional Chamber of Commerce.