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Pioneer Arizona Living History Museum At the Pioneer Arizona Living History Museum you'll visit over 90 acres with 30 historic buildings from the 1880's to the turn of the century. Most of the original buildings and historically accurate reproductions can be viewed and experienced by the public.

See the Opera House where Lilly Langtry sang; look through a rifle port in the actual cabin that survived Arizona's bloodiest range war; or browse through an 1890's dress shop and much more! All of this, plus a working blacksmith shop, critter correl, sheriff's office and jail, complete ranch complex, costumed interpreters, cowboys, lawmen, and lovely Victorian ladies await you at Pioneer Arizona's Living History Village, Arizona's most authentic Old West Town. Don't miss out on this bit of history!

Pioneer Arizona is recognized as an educational facility, a "Classroom Without Walls," where children learn to live and appreciate Arizona's Territorial Days (1880's - 1912 era). We welcome field trips from schools, home schools, tour agents, destination planners and communities.

Entertainment, horseback rides, weddings. Saloon restaurant on premises.


Admission: Adults, $7.00 - Seniors, $6.00 - Students 6-18, $5.00 - Children 3-5, $4.00 - Children under 3, Free - Groups (20+), $5.00 each
Hours: Mid-September - May, Wednesday thru Sunday, 9am - 5pm
July thru Mid-Sept, Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 9am - 2pm
Address: 3901 W. Pioneer Rd., exit 225 off I-17
Phone: 623-465-1052
Our Email: clainaz@aol.com
Our Website:www.pioneer-arizona.com
; Phoenix, AZ 85086 ( Fax (623) 465-0683 CLA inAZ@aol.com Description: 29 historic buildings and Fort Brent Wood on 95 acres. Employees in period dress. Open all year Wed.–Sun. 9am–5pm. Adults $5.75, Seniors $5.25, children 6-12 $5. Group rates available. Follow I-17 North to Exit 225 (Pioneer Road), one mile north of Carefree Highway. Turn to the left once you've exited the freeway. Pioneer is on the west side of the road. You can't miss our famous 1800's Chapel. Don't miss the SHOOTOUTs, starting at 11:30am

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