Pioneer Arizona Living History Museum

Hidden away from the hustle and bustle of modern life, Pioneer Arizona Living History Museum is a sprawling 90-acre open-air museum nestled in the black rock foothills of Northern Phoenix. Take a step back in time to 1863-1912 Territorial Arizona.

Wander along paved pathways leading you past the twenty historic 19th-century buildings that form Pioneer Village. Explore the original homes of people who helped tame the Wild West. See the charming log cabin where the first senator of Arizona grew up. Look through the rifle ports of the "Flying V," home to John Tewksbury, one of the victims of the tragic Pleasant Valley War. Admire antiques displayed in the reproduction Blacksmith Shop, Carpenter Shop, Dress Shop and more.

Admission includes Pioneer Village and the very popular Telephone History Museum. Located off I-17 near Anthem, Arizona.

  • Family Friendly
  • Parking Available
  • Location
  • 3901 W. Pioneer Road
  • Phoenix, Arizona 85086
  • HoursJune 1-Oct 1: 7:00 am - 11:00 am Oct 4- May 31: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

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