Pioneer Arizona Living History Museum Coupons and Deals
Museums bring history alive, like a skeleton found underneath your house. Dig up the past with this Groupon. The Deal $18 for admission for four and four drinks from the mercantile (up to a $42 value) Children five and under receive free admission.
The Fine Print
Limit 2 vouchers per person; May purchase 2 additional vouchers as gifts.Full voucher must be used in a single visit.Voucher is valid for four people.
At the Pioneer Living History Museum you can see the Opera House where Lilly Langtry sang, look through a rifle port in the actual cabin that survived Arizona's bloodiest range war, laugh your way through a "melodrama", browse through an 1890's dress shop, and much more! Additionally, there's a blacksmith shop, sheriff's office and jail, complete ranch complex, and costumed interpreters including cowboys, lawmen, and lovely Victorian ladies. All this awaits you at Pioneer Living History Village, Arizona's most authentic Old West town.
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Hitch up your wagons, because your clan's about to lay claim to one of the biggest prizes in the West: a day of family fun and bonding at the Pioneer Arizona Living History Museum. For $15, receive admission to the museum for a family of four, plus four beverages (regularly $30). Located conveniently off I-17 and Pioneer Road, this museum offers more than 90 acres of attractions in an authentic 1800s town with historically accurate reproductions of a blacksmith's shop, an 1890s dress shop, a town cemetery, a bandstand, and a community church. Original buildings include the Ashurst Cabin, childhood home of Arizona's first senator; The Phoenix Bakery; The Gordon School, where eight grades studied together; and The Opera House. With costumed interpreters dressed as lawmen, Victorian ladies, and cowboys, and cold sarsaparilla (or soda) to drink, this trip will make you feel like you've just won the West -- or at least your kids' thanks. Want more? Visit Pioneer Arizona Living History Museum on Facebook.