Pioneer Living History Village and Museum
Pioneer Arizona Living History Museum is always looking for docents to bring our historical 19th century village to life. We need people of all ages to dress in period clothes and give tours to visitors. We need blacksmiths, carpenters, printers, dress makers, actors, musicians, weavers, spinners, knitters, teachers, etc. We also need adults with no special skills except a willingness to learn and interact with visitors. We will train you! We also are looking for docents for our Telephone Museum (no need to wear a costume).
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Pioneer Living History Village and Museum
3901 W. Pioneer Road, Phoenix, AZ 85086, US
To put together a true to life, three dimensional educational facility by acquiring, maintaining, preserving, and presenting both original and historically acurate replica examples of buildings, tools, and equipment, clothing, daily activities, and traditional values of those who lived in the Arizona Territory from 1863 to statehood in 1912.
Open air village and museum with over 25 seperate buildings from the 1800's. A step back in time. Historically accurate depictions and replications (when not original) of the era between 1863 to 1912 in Arizona.