For people looking for historical things to do in Flagstaff, the Pioneer Museum is a fun and educational excursion. Housed in the historic Coconino County Hospital for the Indigent, the museum has exhibits highlighting the history of ranching, logging, and transportation in Northern Arizona.
In addition to regular year-round exhibits, the museum hosts seasonal events such as haunted tours in October, downtown walking tours in May, and a fiber craft festival in June. Learn about historic Route 66, the Arizona Rough Riders, and the history of the hospital building itself. There are many different things to do in Flagstaff, AZ, but only the Pioneer Museum has a giant stuffed bear at the top of the stairs.
Go to the Arizona Historical Society website or call 928-774-6272 for more information about the Pioneer Museum. To experience even more cultural history during your trip to Flagstaff, visit the Museum of Northern Arizona which offers excellent heritage information.
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