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Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park

Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park

The Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park contains the ruins of a 1,500 year-old Hohokam village site in modern day Phoenix.

For over 75 years the museum has been dedicated to the study and interpretation of the Hohokam culture.

Visitors will explore the ruin of an 800 year-old platform mound built by the Hohokam that may have been used for ceremonies or as an administrative center.

In addition to the platform mound, an excavated ballcourt, two full-scale reproductions of prehistoric Hohokam homes, and an interpretive agricultural garden can be viewed along the ruin trail. Inside are two galleries, a childrens hands-on gallery and a theatre.

The site also includes some of the last remaining intact Hohokam irrigation canals.

Museum Amenities:

- Free parking
- Wheelchair accessible
- Food and beverage vending machines
- Picnic areas
- Easy motor coach and school bus access and parking


  • Adults (18-54) - $6.00
  • Seniors (55 & over) - $5.00
  • Children (6-17) - $3.00
  • Children under 6 - FREE

Museum members: Free
Free admission on Sundays for Children under 17.

  • HOURS:

    Monday - Saturday: 9 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.
    Sunday: 1pm - 4:45 p.m.


    Pueblo Grande Museum
    4619 E. Washington Street
    Phoenix AZ 85034-1909


    Phone: 602-495-0901
    Fax: 602-495-5645


    The museum is located on the southeast corner of 44th Street and Washington. Best access to the museum is from the 202, exit on 44th Street and head south to Washington Street. Go east on Washington Street and make the first right hand turn into the museum.

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