Pueblo Grande Museum & Archaeological Park

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The Pueblo Grande Ruin and Irrigation Sites, are outdoor archaeological open spaces, housing the museum. Exhibited at Pueblo Grande Museum & Archaeological Park are the ruins of a prehistoric settlement of people who lived, farmed and prospered for centuries in this region. Known as the Hohokam, they built their first irrigation system more than 1000 years ago. They were the first people in the area to develop this kind of canal system. Traverse the actual ruins to discover their methods of adobe construction. Phoenix's lone National Historic Landmark, sections include an authentic ball court, irrigation canals and a football field-sized platform mound. A gift shop is located within the museum for those looking for souvenirs. The site was declared as a National Historic Landmark in the year 1964.

Location:  4619 East Washington Street

Business hours:  Mo-Sa 9:00 a.m.-4:45 p.m., Su 1:00 p.m.-4:45 p.m.