Pioneer Village Flood Fund
The Aztec Museum needs your help in restoring Pioneer Village and historic outdoor exhibits damaged by severe flooding during heavy rains on September 10th and 12th, 2013.

Pioneer Village
Pioneer Village is a collection of 12 buildings that were moved or built on site to resemble structures in the early part of the 20th century.


Historic Walking Tour
Starting with Aztec Ruins National Monument, the booklet takes you to the heart of Aztec’s Historic Downtown, then to homes, churches and irrigation ditches built by early settlers.



Aztec Museum and Pioneer Village let visitors experience pioneer life in the American West. Aztec’s history of human habitation goes back a thousand years, when Native Americans settled along the Animas River. The remains of buildings they constructed have become Aztec Ruins National Monument.

Pioneer Village gives visitors the opportunity to revisit a community of the early American West. Children will enjoy climbing aboard the caboose and going in a one-room schoolhouse, just two of the many Pioneer Village buildings and exhibits. Visit Aztec Museum and Pioneer Village to learn about modern Aztec’s early days. 

Hours
May - September, Tuesday - Saturday, 10 am - 4 pm
Adults $3, Children $1

- Donate to the Pioneer Village Flood Fund


 

Pioneer Village Flood Fund
The Aztec Museum needs your help in restoring Pioneer Village and historic outdoor exhibits damaged by severe flooding during heavy rains on September 10th and 12th, 2013. Learn More

2013 Annual Report
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