Tuzigoot National Monument
Tuzigoot National Monument
Tuzigoot National Monument

Tuzigoot National Monument Tours and Tickets

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One of the largest pueblos built by the pre-Columbian Sinagua people, the Tuzigoot National Monument crowns a desert ridge above the Verde Valley. Less known than Montezuma Castle, a similar monument built by the Northern Sinagua, Tuzigoot holds some of the largest ruins in the area, highlighted by petroglyphs and pithouses once accessed via ladders through doors cut into the roofs.

  • Daily 8am-5pm, closed Christmas Day
  • 25 Tuzigoot Road, Clarkdale, Arizona, 86324

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Thad_B, Mar 2023
Mark’s the man
Mark was very knowledgeable and very professional. He loves his life and where he lives and it shows.
Carolyn_C, Aug 2021
Sedona side trip
Ken was a wonderful guide! We really appreciated his flexibility and insight into the Native American ruins we visited while on our trip to AZ. When our daughter expressed interest in seeing a particular town, he rearranged the route to include a quick mini-adventure to a mine, and drove us through that town to we could see it. Excellent trip and guide!
Elizabeth_W, Mar 2021
Had a great half day with Bob exploring the two sites and learning a great deal about the local history.
The guide, Bob, was impressively knowledgeable and shared his love of history with great enthusiasm. My husband and I truly enjoyed our experience and will definitely recommend this excursion to all who are heading this way!!
Dale_M, Nov 2022
A Castle to remember
This was an awesome tour. Our guide, Bob, made the tour exceptional. His knowledge and presentations made the tour, the most memorable tour we have ever taken. It covered two site, the Tuzigoot National Monument and Montezuma's Castle. The tour of Tuzigoot allowed for a close of look at the architecture of small settlements. Giving us the opportunity to have an understanding of how the Sinaqua would build for survival, daily living and protection. This was followed by visiting the second site Montezuma's Castle. The one thing that was out of everyone's control was not being able to see inside the Castle. Unfortunately, only archaeologist have been able to physically be in the structure since 1951. It is still an amazing site to see.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:What are Tuzigoot National Monument hours of operation?
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Tuzigoot National Monument hours of operation: Daily 8am-5pm, closed Christmas Day. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.