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Experience what life was like in 19th century Arizona by walking through historic Pioneer Village!

Pioneer Living History Museum



More than 20 original and reproduction buildings form Pioneer Village. A paved sidewalk leads you to Senator Ashurst's 1878 boyhood home, an 1885 schoolhouse, the 1890 Sears Victorian House, and so many more. Children love to pet the goats and get lost in the hay maze.

School day mornings include cowboy shoot-outs and gold panning.

The air-conditioned Telephone Museum is included in the admission.

Dogs on leashes are allowed.

And yes! You can get married in Pioneer's charming little church or have a birthday party complete with bounce houses.

Don't just read about the old Arizona Southwest - come see it for yourself!

Pioneer Living History Museum
3901 W Pioneer Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85086

Phone: (623) 465-1052

Hours Of Operation:
Wednesday-Sunday: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Summer hours: 7 a.m.-11 a.m. (Jun. 1-Sept. 5)

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