Arizona Living History Museum
north of Downtown Phoenix. The desert area is filled with saguaros,
mountains and native plant-life. An Arizona Historic Landmark known
to the locals as the Pioneer Village History Museum lies in this area.
Tourists and locals residents of Arizona have fond memories of their
experience of this historical educational site.
Most of the children educated in Arizona after 1970 have visited
the Living History Villge on field trips. Educators have found
the village to be of exceptional value in historical education subjects.
The Pioneer Village Living History Museum is considered by many as a
classroom without walls. It has interactive tours that
provide a realistic experience for everyone to learn
about Arizona’s early settlement living in the 1800’s.
The museum opened on February 15, 1969, with Phase 1
of the Living History Village. The Pioneer Living History Village you visit
today is still in Phase 1. The village consists of 30 historic buildings
from the 1880s to the turn of the century. All of these structures were moved
from their original locations when urban sprawl threatened to destroy them.
The Pioneer Village has operated as a non-profit that has been visited by nearly 1 million people from all over the world.
Pioneer Arizona Living History Village
Pioneer Living History Village
3901 West Pioneer Road
Phoenix, Arizona 85086
Voice: (623) 465-1052 Fax: (623) 465-0683
October 1, 2006 through May 31, 2007
Wednesday thru Sunday, 9am - 5pm
June 1, 2007 through September 30, 2007
Wednesday thru Sunday, 8am - 2pm
Monday thru Friday, 9am - 5pm
Please be advised that due to unsafe conditions of the grounds the Village will be closed on rainy days.
It is advised to call ahead before planning your trip.
Admission pricing during special events may vary.
Please call ahead for details.
Don't miss the authentic re-enactments of the west!
(request re-enactment schedule at the gate)
Adults $7.00 per person
Seniors 60+ $6.00 per person
Students 6-18 years old $5.00 per person
Children under 5 Free
Groups of 20 or more $5.00 per person
2007 Holiday Hours:
New Year's Day Open
Easter Sunday Open
Memorial Day Closed
Independence Day Closed
Labor Day Closed
Veteran's Day Open
Thanksgiving Day Closed
Christmas Eve Close at Noon
Christmas Day Closed
New Year's Eve Open
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