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Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park

4619 E. Washington St, Phoenix, Arizona
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Type: Museums & Monuments
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The largest preserved archeological site in Phoenix. Walk a trail through a prehistoric Hohokam village. Hand-on archeological activities for children.

1 Review for Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park

December 29 2015
3 families found this helpful
"A Nice Little Museum"

Part archaeological site, part museum, and repository, the Pueblo Grande Museum is located next to the 1,500 year old ruins of a Hohokam Village.  The Hohokam were the Native America culture centered around what is now Arizona. Explore a platform mound, irrigation canals, an excavated ballcourt, and reproductions of Hohokam homes.

Inside explore three galleries --- the main one displays all sorts of artifacts of the Hohokam and provides visitors with details about the Pueblo Grande archaeological site.  There is also a hands-on gallery with activities to help kids learn more about archaeology.  My kids, big fans of hands on activities, had a great time working their way through this gallery. The third gallery changes but during the times of our visit had a beautiful photo exhibition of desert life.

All-in-all, this museum provided us with a really nice and simple look at prehistoric life in Arizona.

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