Pueblo Grande Museum offers a variety of outdoor and indoor exhibits for all ages and interest levels. Inside the Museum, three galleries focus on the Hohokam people who populated the area from A.D. 450 to 1450 and the archaeological methods used to learn about these ancient farmers of the Salt and Gila River Valleys.  The outdoor exhibits located along the ruin trail consist of the platform mound and ballcourt archaeological features, and the replica prehistoric houses.

Long term exhibit gallery featuring Hohokam artifacts. Main Gallery

Pithouse Exhibit Outdoor Ruin Trail

Children's Gallery Exhibit Children's Gallery

Saguaro with Power Lines, black and white photograph Changing Gallery

Ghost Town Logo Upcoming Exhibits