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We found this place on trip advisor and although we only had limited time in Phoenix at the end of our round the world trip. We decided to drive out, it was about 25 minutes from our hotel, it was signposted from the interstate. On...More
I went with wife and kids age 9 and 11. I thought the site was really interesting, but sparse on information. There are about 29 buildings, all have little placards with a couple paragraphs of info. You can go into about 4 or 5 of...More
This non-profit needs an influx of cash and labor. The idea of preserving Arizona's past is admirable. The property is huge and many of the pioneer cabins are original. Other buildings are reconstructions. This must be a great place for school field trips. The day...More
Interesting long walk back into Arizona history. Many of the buildings are well maintained while others are in rougher shape. Enjoyed the visit, I would have bought a clearer map and a bit more explanation than the one provided at the ticket booth in order...More
My visitor and I went to the pioneer village to see what it was all about. Our first stop was the telephone museum. We talked with a gentleman docent who had retired from the phone company many years prior. He was so interesting we spent...More
we went towards the end of the season and the place was empty. However, the weather was very warm and we spent a whole morning visiting the various houses and exhibits on the site. The site is quite large and it did take a couple...More
This was our first visit to the Pioneer Living History Museum and we enjoyed everything. We checked the website calendar before selecting our day to visit, as we are seniors and wanted a quiet experience. Many school groups have field trips, and it must be...More
It's a fun walk through small town full of old buildings most are reconstructed to look like the city there are a few orginals. The telephone museum in itself is fun to see the history of phones before cell phones.
I had driven past the sign for the Pioneer AZ Living History Museum dozens of times, and finally decided to check it out. I was pleasantly surprised that this wasn't just a building stuffed with dusty artifacts, but practically a whole TOWN taken out of...More