The Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park is part of the City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation division.  The museum was formed in 1929 and features the last remaining archaeological ruins of the prehistoric Hohokam people who lived and farmed the Salt River and Gila River valleys.  In addition to their impressive architecture, the Hohokam built the canal systems that historic farmers and modern people still use today.  

The museum features a two-thirds mile interpretive trail with ruins, replicated housing systems, agricultural gardens and native plant oasis.  Inside the museum features three galleries, including a children’s hands-on gallery, ten minute introduction video and a museum gift shop.

The Pueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary is a non-profit group that supports the museum by fundraising efforts, membership and monetary donations.  These funds are used to support preservation efforts, education programs, exhibits and artifact collection.

Pueblo Grande Museum
4619 E. Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ 85034
The Museum is located on the Southeast corner of 44th St. and Washington

Hours: Monday – Saturday 9am to 4:45pm, Sunday 1pm to 4:45pm,
CLOSED Sunday and Monday May through September and most major holidays

Admission: Adults $6, Seniors (55+) $5, Children (6-17) $3, under 6 are Free and Children 17 and under are free on Sundays