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Wedding at the Sound Stage

Good times. Fun place for a great wedding. Nothing over the top here. Staff did a good job... read more

Reviewed 10 July 2018
Aliso_Steve
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Aliso Viejo, California
So on Saturday

If you want to get away from the desert heat in the valley, drive uptown Pioneertown. A cute... read more

Reviewed 4 June 2018
S-Badventures
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Nashville, Tennessee
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Reviewed 3 days ago

There was literally nothing there to do. Perhaps it was because we were there on a Tuesday. I felt like we were just driving through a neighborhood with old houses in the desert.

Thank mamabear135
Reviewed 10 July 2018

Good times. Fun place for a great wedding. Nothing over the top here. Staff did a good job, everything ran smoothly. I would like to explore Pioneertown more next time I visit the area.

Thank Aliso_Steve
Reviewed 24 June 2018

Interesting buildings but make sure to check the day you plan to visit on their web page. Go on event days like a concert or cowboys fighting in the streets. Otherwise it is pretty quiet and some stores may be closed.

Thank Judy M
Reviewed 4 June 2018

If you want to get away from the desert heat in the valley, drive uptown Pioneertown. A cute western town built for Hollywood. I am glad someone saw vision for this place and revitalized it. Saturdays they have gun fights like in the movies. Make...More

3  Thank S-Badventures
Reviewed 1 June 2018

The weather had gotten windy and we cut our trip short so arrived at Pioneer Town before it opened. People were arriving and looking around in the cold wind. We didn't stay long but hope to return in the spring. It was a holiday Monday...More

Thank Kenneth L
Reviewed 21 May 2018

A fun and interesting place to go. Lot's of interesting shops and a great restaurant. People actually live in the town so its very homey. The guys at the saddle shop were great and gave us a history of the place. Definitely going to go...More

2  Thank Laurence D
Reviewed 2 May 2018

Pioneertown is very close to Yucca Valley (maybe a 20 minute drive). Going through the road to get there was gorgeous, with beautiful homes and rock formations. The main road does a loop, so it could be even a bit more of a drive if...More

1  Thank Michelle B
Reviewed 18 April 2018

Pioneertown is relatively small. There are some old-style buildings there, but all but one was closed when we were there during the week. It presents some photo ops, but other than that is somewhat boring, unless you're there on the weekends, when I presume more...More

1  Thank Bert S
Reviewed 15 April 2018 via mobile

Although this town would not draw me to the desert, I am so happy we made the short trip to spend some time here. It is a blast from the past and really feels alive still and an old western could be filmed at any...More

1  Thank practicalperfection
Reviewed 13 April 2018 via mobile

As I walked down the main street of pioneertown, I couldn't help but wonder: why is this place not more well-known? Established in the early 1940s to serve as both a functional town and a movie set for westerns, this place looks like it has...More

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Wait E
21 February 2018|
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Response from Ken K | Reviewed this property |
No the admission and parking are free but theres is really cool little shops so bring some cash also quarters if you want to feed the chickens😉
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Response from St_AlbertSimmer | Reviewed this property |
Usually around 11 am but double check the website in case they are not open that day.
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Response from Tonatzin M | Reviewed this property |
Pioneertown has a restaurant called Pappy and Harriet's it had world famous people play secret gigs. Paul McCartney being the most recent that I can remember. The have bands Thursday through Sunday but are closed Tuesday... More
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