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Ted Luehs wrote a review Dec 2020
Phoenix, Arizona220 contributions37 helpful votes
Borderline worth admission cost. Do the reading and try and soak in the history. Two different sections. Takes about an hour to walk thru both buildings.
Date of experience: December 2020
1 Helpful vote
JimmyJackk wrote a review Nov 2020
San Marcos, California4,773 contributions18,064 helpful votes
Really well done museum about Fort Verde and the confrontations with the Native Americans. Several of the original houses still stand and are accessible to the public.
Date of experience: November 2020
30 Helpful votes1 Repost
Wanderer769222 wrote a review Oct 2020
We had a great time with our three kids ages 2,6 and 9. The kids loved seeing the buildings and the museum displays. The park ranger was amazing and was very knowledgeable. Our 9 year old is a history buff and was very intrigued with the Fort!
Date of experience: October 2020
DonnaSchenck wrote a review Sep 2020
Mesa, Arizona134 contributions67 helpful votes
Learned a lot about the historical time this fort existed. The park manager, Sheila Stubler, provided detail information on the Indian war period. The people, roles, and history. You don’t want to miss seeing this fort. You will benefit greatly.
Date of experience: September 2020
2 Helpful votes
Ethan K wrote a review Jul 2020
I really enjoyed the level of knowledge that the employees had and how friendly and personable they are. The site is truly incredible and captures a very real world that it once was.
Date of experience: July 2020