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Verde Valley Archaeology Center

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Verde Valley Archaeology Center

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385 S Main St, Camp Verde, AZ 86322-7272
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One-Hour Jeep Tour and Winery Tour Combo in Camp Verde
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One-Hour Jeep Tour and Winery Tour Combo in Camp Verde

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This tour combines an off-road jeep adventure at Alcantara Vineyards, just south of Flagstaff, with a premium wine tasting. Ride a four-wheel drive jeep along off-road desert trails and visit the popular Verde Valley winery to sample local wines. Upgrade to include a horseback ride and lunch.
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Joanne P wrote a review Mar 2020
13 contributions1 helpful vote
We were so happy to find this museum away from the hubbub of a Sedona and the national monuments. Our guide explained all the exhibits, the history and we were so gratful for all the hard work and dedication the museum has put into the exhibit. This would be a wonderful place for kids with the historical society right behind it.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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KathyU wrote a review Mar 2020
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My husband and I loved our tour. Tracey was very knowledgeable. She shared a combination of archaeological facts and Native American oral history. She also knows many of the NPS personnel and volunteers, so if we had a question she didn’t know the answer to, she knew who to ask. Ken also spent some time with us and graciously shared his wealth of knowledge. I highly recommend this tour for anyone who wants to learn about the Sinagua. The NPS visitor centers are great too, but for anyone who wants even more information, the VVAC is a wealth of knowledge.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Linda D wrote a review Jan 2020
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My daughter and I took the Beaver Creek guided tour with our guide Rob and Tracey from the center. We visited Montezuma Castle and the well. The guided tour is well worth the money. Rob told us a bunch of stories about the area. We even saw broken pottery on the paths. Much of the wonderful information we heard was not on the printed display signs.
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mark r wrote a review Jan 2020
Chardon, Ohio28 contributions4 helpful votes
It is a nice short walk to the cliff dwelling but you are probably 60 to 70 yards away from the cliff plus the dwelling is elevated another25 yards up. There are a number of other dwelling sites within driving distance that are much more "user friendly" especially for children who like the experience up close and personal. We enjoyed the Archaelogical Center as part of our full day visit to Camp Verde but I won't make a separate out of the way trip to this cliff dwelling if that is the only purpose of your visit to this small town.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Stephen G wrote a review Nov 2019
Sudbury, Massachusetts, Usa130 contributions29 helpful votes
This has everything the bigger sites, mesa verde and chaco canyon, have but on a more manageable scale. You can see the entire area in 1 to 2 hours and gain insight and a feeling for waht is was like to live here a thousand years ago. Well worth a stop if in the area.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Response from Ken Z, Manager at Verde Valley Archaeology Center
Responded 6 Dec 2019
Thank you for your visit, Stephen! Come see us again.
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