Arizona, LaPaz County

Arizona, LaPaz County, Phoenix: Pioneer Living History Village

Pioneer Living History Village. 1800s village includes original historic buildings and accurate reproductions, including: an 1885 farmhouse with water tower, granary, and carriage house; an 1885 house with “saddle and rider” notching technique; an 1885 farmhouse depicting life in 1912; circa 1890s teacher’s cabin; an 1890’s Victorian house; an 1870 ranch complex; 1880s brick bakery; a circa 1880 cabin with notched gun ports for protection against Indian attacks; the 1878 cabin of Senator Henry Fountain Ashurst; and much more. Open Winter Hours: October 1 – May 31, Wednesday – Sunday, 9am – 5pm. Summer Hours: June 1 – September 30, Wednesday – Sunday, 8am – 2pm. Closed on rainy days. Call for groups tours.

3901 West Pioneer Road
Phoenix, Arizona 85086
Voice: (623) 465-1052

* Flying V cabin

Arizona, LaPaz County, Phoenix: Rosson House Museum

Rosson House Museum is located in Heritage & Science Park. There are also other historic buildings that house museums and restaurants. Open to the public Wednesday 10am – 4pm, Thursday, 1pm-4pm, Friday, 10am-4pm, Saturday, 10am – 4pm, Sunday, Noon – 4pm. Last tour on each day starts at 3:30pm. Closed: Easter Sunday, July 4, August 17 – September 1 for cleaning, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Years Day. Check website for group tours times.

Special Events:
Saturday: October 17, 2009
Harvest Festival
11-3pm Step Back In Time: Living history tours of Rosson House

139 North 6th Street
Phoenix, AZ
(602) 262-5029
(602) 262-5070 [recording]