Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park

Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park

The Pueblo Grande Museum has been a section of the City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department since 1929. This facility includes the preserved remains of a prehistoric Hohokam Indian ruin in the center of the Phoenix metro area. The museum complex includes three exhibit galleries, a theatre and a two-thirds mile interpretive trail.

Outdoors you can explore the trail that leads visitors through the platform mound ruin and ballcourt, as well as canals, replicated housing, agricultural garden and native plant oasis. Inside fascinating exhibits feature the Hohokam and the science of archaeology. The changing gallery showcases exhibits on topics such as archaeology, southwestern cultures, and contemporary American Indian arts. Children of all ages can discover the excitement of archaeology in the hands-on exhibit:Dig It! Explore Archaeology.

Public programming includes workshops, tours and special events year round. The Museum Store is operated by the Pueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary, a non profit group that supports the museum, and features authentic Indian arts, books, jewelry, pottery and other interesting items.

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  • 4619 East Washington Street
    Phoenix, Arizona 85034
    United States
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