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Phoenix Sky Harbor
International Airport

Traveling With Children

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Traveling with children? Read our kid-friendly travel tips.

Did you know Sky Harbor offers Nursing Stations in each terminal?

Each terminal also has at least one family restroom with a private area to change clothing or disposable undergarments. Ask for directions at any information desk.

Looking for something to do and learn more about the Airport? Take a Self Guided Tour.

Many restaurants offer special meals or items on their menus specifically for children. Inquire at specific restaurants for details.

For detailed information on kids' organizations and to learn more about aviation, visit Activities and Education

Looking for diapers, wipes or formula?  Visit News Travels Fast (Terminal 3 locations both before and after security) or Landmark News (Terminal 4 Gate C12).

Quiet Room
Did you know that America’s Friendliest Airport® offers a place in its busiest terminal for people seeking a quiet setting? The Quiet Room inside the Airport Chapel, pre-security near the B Checkpoint in Terminal 4 offers a quiet space for meditation, prayer or a break from the fast-paced airport environment. Children or adults with an intellectual or developmental disability may visit the Quiet Room inside the Chapel for a respite from the sensory-overload that they might experience when coming to the airport. There is a child-sized table and chairs and quiet activities for children to use in the Chapel space. The hours of operation are 7 a.m. – 8 p.m. daily except Saturday.  Hours on Saturday are 7 a.m. – 4 p.m.