• The Great House at Casa Grande Ruins stands out for miles

    Casa Grande Ruins

    National Monument Arizona

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Field Trips

At this time Casa Grande Ruins National Monument offers a choice of three field trips based on the grade level of the students. Puppets and Preservation serves Pre-school through Grade 2. Culture, Crafts, Corn is most appropriate for grades 3 to 5. Talking Timelines works best with grades 6 and up. Programs are available Tuesday through Friday with reservations 3 weeks in advance. Fees may be waived if your group qualifies, please apply for a fee waiver at least 2 weeks before your planned visit. Group size is limited to 50 students maximum. Group visits are generally limited to November through April and during the mornings between 9:00 a.m. and noon as all activities are conducted outdoors. Please call with a date in mind and a good estimate of the number of students you will be bringing.

The search fields below are not active as Casa Grande Ruins National Monument does not participate in on-line reservations. This lack of participation means we can customize your visit according to your needs- starting times, multiple days for the same school, age level program of your choice rather than a pre-set program. Please call the park to discuss your needs and available dates. (520) 723-3172 is the main park telephone number.

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Did You Know?

1852 sketch of Casa Grande by John Bartlett.

Father Kino, in 1694, was the first European to call this structure Casa Grande. It is a Spanish word that means 'great house.' The Casa Grande is a 4-story, 11-room structure which was built about 700 years ago.