Pueblo Grande Museum is the archaeological repository for the City of Phoenix. Focused on the prehistory and history of Central Arizona, the collection is dominated by archaeological repository collections including cataloged objects, boxed research collections, paper archives, photographs, and multimedia. The collection also has a Native American ethnographic component, as well as institutional records.
The Museum curates collections from hundreds of sites across the Phoenix metropolitan area. The collection is significant to the study of the archaeology of the Salt River Valley, Hohokam archaeology, the site of Pueblo Grande, and history of the original Phoenix townsite.