Be A Junior Ranger
Junior Ranger Program
Children can become Junior Rangers and earn an Aztec Ruins Junior Ranger badge by exploring the ruins and answering questions in our Junior Ranger booklet, provided at the visitor center. Along the way they learn about the history and preservation of this place while making connections to the Ancestral Pueblo world. Earning a junior ranger badge takes about half an hour, and the program is free.
Did You Know?
When he was only six years old, Earl Morris became intrigued with Southwest archeological sites including Aztec Ruins. Years later, after graduating from the University of Colorado, he began excavations at Aztec Ruins for the American Museum of Natural History.