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Pioneer Arizona Living History Museum

3901 W Pioneer Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85086-7020
+1 602-465-4052
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Brilliant!

Bearing in mind that in the USA you are charged to walk a trail! This village is a collection of... read more

Reviewed 14 June 2017
Stumblebum47
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Driffield, United Kingdom
via mobile
Must visit place !!

This is an amazing replica of what would have been a pioneers town - pretty little town in the... read more

Reviewed 5 June 2017
mujercitass
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Phoenix, Arizona
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Guides in period costume show guests through an authentic turn-of-the-century Arizona village.
  • Excellent22%
  • Very good45%
  • Average17%
  • Poor9%
  • Terrible7%
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“old west” (11 reviews)
“school kids” (4 reviews)
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3901 W Pioneer Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85086-7020
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+1 602-465-4052
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Reviewed 14 June 2017 via mobile

Bearing in mind that in the USA you are charged to walk a trail! This village is a collection of reconstructed buildings from all over Arizona. Extremely interesting insight in to the past. Plenty to see it takes about two hours to see it all....More

Thank Stumblebum47
Reviewed 5 June 2017

This is an amazing replica of what would have been a pioneers town - pretty little town in the middle of the desert by a small mountain side . Needs a bit more maintenance and keep places nice at all times . It's fun to...More

Thank mujercitass
Reviewed 13 May 2017 via mobile

We visited about midday, in mid-May. The bus loads of school kids were getting ready to leave. I think we were the only other visitors. After paying for our admission, we walked the entire pathway. Most buildings were open but with a gate closed and...More

1  Thank 2nurses2
Reviewed 11 May 2017

We had a nice trip planed for this morning to revisit this unique attraction, only to find that they wanted to charge us a "photography" fee of $25.00 on top the regular admissions fee. They said it was a new decision of the board to...More

1  Thank Jan C
Reviewed 27 April 2017

Disappointed that there was not much description for each of the buildings. I wish I could have learned more, but it was pretty minimal as far as info.

Thank D D
Reviewed 11 April 2017

AVOID ON SUNDAYS. I love museums, in general, but this would have been better advertised as a 'ghost town'. Totally not worth $10 for a bunch of empty buildings. We spent 1.5 hours walking around and viewing everything that was open. We waited for the...More

Thank SuzyNance
Reviewed 9 April 2017

Used to hang out there when I lived in Phoenix years ago. Was a treat to go back 16 years later and find so many added exhibits and that the trees have matured and provide much more shade now. Lots of walking involved but its...More

Thank Riverkilt
Reviewed 26 March 2017

So, this Living History Museum is not the best I have been to, but worth seeing. The interesting collection of old buildings, the mining equipment, some of the houses, etc, are all worth seeing. However, the place is tired and in much need of an...More

Thank Barb H
Reviewed 20 March 2017

My review is a bit biased as we arrived late and were told we did not need to pay the entrance as we had missed the show and the restaurant was closed. This still gave us time to view the pioneer building, interior decorations and...More

Thank LovesToTravel2_11
Reviewed 17 March 2017 via mobile

The Pioneer Living History Museum is an impressive collection of buildings that give you a wonderful view of what frontier life was like. The buildings covered the gamut from cabins to craft buildings, to a school, church, teachers home, general store, livery, blacksmith and more....More

Thank Steve M
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Eileen D
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Response from Dana C | Reviewed this property |
Yes - its about $8 or $9 bucks - Senior discounts etc available.
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