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A historically accurate recreation of an 1800s frontier town located between Phoenix and Anthem.
A historically accurate recreation of an 1800s frontier town located between Phoenix and Anthem. Over 30 buildings provide a living example of what frontier life was like over 100 years ago.
3901 West Pioneer Road, Phoenix, AZ, United States
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