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Pioneer Living History Museum
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3901 W Pioneer Rd Phoenix, AZ 85086
3901 West Pioneer RoadUSArizonaPhoenix85086
Museum, Non-Profit Organization
Non-Profit Organization
History Museum
Today Closed
Tuesday ClosedWednesday 9AM–4PMThursday 9AM–4PMFriday 9AM–4PMSaturday 9AM–4PMSunday 9AM–4PMMonday Closed
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History comes alive in this expansive re-creation of a Western town from Arizona's territorial days.- Google
"The restaurant was reasonably priced and the food was good."
"It's a great educational experience."
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Sharleen Goodell
in the last week
I recently visited pioneer. Last time I was there was 5 years ago. I was upset because only thing that had been done, since I was last there. Was they painted the church. Alot of buildings are in need of repair. They aren't doing anything to actually repair. The school house is in horrible condition. Roof has holes in it, where birds fly in and out. Leaving droppings every where. Even on furniture. It's a shame, no one even cares to dust or clean, in any of the buildings. Dust is thick. I was really upset to see the dressmakers shop. They have at least 20 or more reproduction dolls displayed. I know because I've collected antique dolls for more than 40 years. I feel reproductions have no place in a museum. I saw many other reproductions, crocks and dishes. I feel this could be a lot more fun, place to visit, if they would take more pride in trying to preserve, these old buildings. Along time ago, they actually use to have horses, and cows, pigs, and stuff you would see.
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Lee Hopkins
2 months ago
Think we visited out of season as it was very quiet and additional attractions seemed to be closed. Maybe very different during busy periods?
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Jennifer F
3 years ago
This was a very nice educational place. It was interesting to see the how the pioneer village was set up. The volunteers we met were most helpful and informative. The marketing director even stopped and asked how we liked the grounds. The restaurant was reasonably priced and the food was good.
Tom Boyte
10 months ago
Glad to see things are still happening out there.
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Lewis Shepherd
2 weeks ago
I thought this place was very nice. I believe its intention was to show you sort of how life was 100 years ago in Arizona, but while you could almost get into the feel of it, the mood is broken by the lack of upkeep. While it was very educational, and there were lots of neat things to see, I felt a lack of passion.
Georg Milch
2 months ago
nice to see , more for a familie hiking day
Jillian Curley
10 months ago
It looks awsome and hope to go someday😊
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Mr. Gamer
2 months ago