North-Central Arizona Sights

Tuzigoot National Monument

  • 25 W. Tuzigoot Rd. Map It
  • Clarkdale
  • Native American Site

Published 11/18/2015

Fodor's Review

Impressive in scope, Tuzigoot National Monument is a complex of the Sinagua people, who lived on this land overlooking the Verde Valley from about AD 1000 to 1400. The pueblo, constructed of limestone and sandstone blocks, once rose three stories and incorporated 110 rooms. Inhabitants were skilled dry farmers and traded with peoples hundreds of miles away. Implements used for food preparation, as well as jewelry, weapons, and farming tools excavated from the site, are displayed in the visitor center. Within the site, you can step into a reconstructed room.

Sight Information

Address:

25 W. Tuzigoot Rd., 3 miles north of Cottonwood, between Cottonwood's Old Town and Clarkdale, Clarkdale, Arizona, 86322, USA

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Phone:

928-634–5564

Website: www.nps.gov/tuzi

Sight Details:

  • $5
  • Daily 8–5

Published 11/18/2015

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