Fodor's Expert Review Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park

South Phoenix Indigenous Sight

Phoenix's only national landmark, this park was once the site of a 500-acre Hohokam village supporting about 1,000 people and containing homes, storage rooms, cemeteries, and ball courts. Three exhibition galleries hold displays on the Hohokam culture and archaeological methods. View the 10-minute orientation video before heading out on the ½-mile Ruin Trail past excavated sites that give a hint of Hohokam savvy: there's a building whose corner doorway was perfectly placed for watching the summer-solstice sunrise. Children especially like the hands-on interactive learning center. Guided tours by appointment only.

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Quick Facts

4619 E. Washington St.
Phoenix, Arizona  85034, USA

602-495–0900

phoenix.gov/parks/arts-culture-history/pueblo-grande

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: $6, May–Sept. closed Sun. and Mon., Mon.--Sat. 9--4:45, Sun. 1--4:45.

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