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Tuzigoot National Monument

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Tuzigoot National Monument

726 Reviews
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Gregory C wrote a review 17 Apr
Gig Harbor, Washington55 contributions10 helpful votes
We have visited this small national monument twice. It is easy to explore along nice walkways. They have an opening into a restored room and steep staircase to observation area. Both times we visited it was very windy so hang on to your hats! The views are incredible but take your time exploring the artifacts inside the ranger station. Lots of history about Native Americans throughout this part of the Southwest. The name Tuzigoot has an interesting history. We don’t really know much about the original inhabitants!
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Mike X wrote a review Mar 2021
Chicago, Illinois1,422 contributions182 helpful votes
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Check it out if you're already in the area since it's included in the Montezuma Castle ticket. Overall it's an enjoyable 30 minutes of walking around and enjoying the weather.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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powaymccartys wrote a review Mar 2021
Poway, California3 contributions1 helpful vote
Very nice display of an ancient living site on a small hilltop. Very easy walk on paved walkways with a slight incline. Great views. Nice gift shop with restrooms. Good signage to explain the displays.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Jeannette V wrote a review Mar 2021
Roseville33 contributions16 helpful votes
very interesting, there is a walkway to site, but handrails on only part of walk, uphill was hard for one of our group, needed help during the part with no rail Able to use Natonal park Pass
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Date of experience: February 2021
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skylanegal wrote a review Feb 2021
Leander, Texas85 contributions13 helpful votes
The rangers are very friendly at Tuzigoot (as all National Parks) and it was interesting to see the Pueblo remains. The many national monuments in the Flagstaff/Sedona area is a great reason to get a national park annual pass. It will easily pay for itself, just in that area! Tuzigoot also has picnic tables in the shade, so it’s a good lunch spot.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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