Spaces & Places:
America's Cultural Landscapes
The National Park Service manages cultural landscapes throughout the United States, preserving and providing public access to these tangible links to history.
We invite you to explore the nation's "Spaces & Places," and discover these special locations for yourself. Below you will find a listing of cultural landscapes under the care of the National Park Service. Our "Spaces & Places" pages will give you a brief history and overview of the site. Perhaps one will inspire you to visit a site first-hand!
Tassi Ranch is a rural historic district whose buildings, structures, and other landscape features comprise a unique and intact ranch core on the Arizona Strip dating from the first half of the twentieth century. The ranch core consists of approximately 200 acres of Mojave Desert creosote bush ranchland in Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument (also referred to as Parashant National Monument). Read More