Thank you for choosing to visit El Morro National Monument. A combination of hundreds of years of human history and millions of years of natural wonders can make this a truly educational experience for you and your students.
Did You Know?
It is likely the early inhabitants of Atsinna Pueblo at El Morro National Monument collected water when they could from the many tinajas found across the top of the mesa. These natural depressions in the sandstone hold rain during the summer monsoons and snowmelt during the winter.