January 2020


Hands-on with Prehistory

9:30 am - 11:30 am
Pueblo Grande Museum,
4619 E Washington St

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Students learn about the unique cultural landscape of the Hohokam by touring a 1,500-year-old archaeological village site known as Pueblo Grande. On the tour, students explore reconstructed Hohokam houses, discover the wonders of a prehistoric irrigation system, learn about the science of archaeology, and gain a greater appreciation for the ingenuity and skill of the first peoples. Included in the visit is a thematic art activity for the students only; either plaster petroglyphs or sandpaper pictographs (to be chosen prior to the visit).

Max. Group Size: 90
Grades: 3-5
Length: 120 minutes
Arrival Time: 9:15 am
Run Time: 9:30 am – 11:30 am

Study Guide & Parking: Pueblo Grande Museum Field Trip Info for Act One