October 5, 2010
Pioneer Living History Museum and Village will be celebrating its grand reopening from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 9, at 3901 W. Pioneer Road.
The museum was shut down by a private entity before it was purchased by the city of Phoenix earlier this year.
Pioneer Living History Museum and Village, which opened in 1969, served more than 1 million children and helped educate them about Arizona’s history in the territorial days from 1863 to 1912.
The museum will reopen to the public and to the more than 25,000 school children that it serves each year. Residents are invited to come out and enjoy the grand reopening and bring their children.
For more information, contact the District 1 Office at 602-262-7444 or e-mail email@example.com.