• Montezuma Castle's prehistoric dwelling

    Montezuma Castle

    National Monument Arizona

Ranger Minutes From Montezuma Castle

Audio and Video Ranger Minutes
Download the following Ranger Minute segments and use them to gain a better understanding of Montezuma Castle National Monument.

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Way Up There

Ranger Josh provides an answer to a very common quesion.


Way Up There

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Duration: 2:19

Why did the Sinagua choose to live way up there?

 
Why The Name?

Ranger Richard travels back in time to explore the history of the name Montezuma Castle.


Why The Name?

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Duration: 1:32

Where did the name Montezuma Castle come from?

Did You Know?

Montezuma Well

Montezuma Well is located 11 miles from Montezuma Castle. Go north on I-17 to exit 293 and then follow the signs. The water of Montezuma Well enters from two underground springs. Over one and a half million gallons of water a day flow into the well.