Explore Pipe Spring National Monument
American Indians, Mormon pioneers, plants, animals, and many others have depended on the life-giving water found at Pipe Spring. Learn about pioneer and Kaibab Paiute life by exploring the museum, historic fort and cabins, garden, orchard, and Ridge Trail. Visit with rangers, ranch animals, and attend living history demonstrations and talks.
Visitor Center and Museum
Your first stop should be the Pipe Spring National Monument-Kaibab Band of Paiute Indians Visitor Center and Museum. Take a virtual tour here!Read More
Ranger led and Virtual Tours of Winsor Castle
Rangers and volunteers lead tours of the fort at Pipe Spring, called Winsor Castle, every half hour throughout the day. Take a virtual tour here!Read More
Encounter on the High Desert
Scratch the surface of the history of Pipe Spring National Monument in this 3 minute movie.Read More
Demonstrations, Talks and Walks
Daily demonstrations and talks are offered during the summer months (June-September); special events throughout the year. Check here for offerings!Read More
Cultural History Mystery
What's your history IQ? Pipe Spring has many objects used by American Indians and pioneers. Test your knowledge in our Cultural History Mystery.Read More
Did You Know?
Three episodes of Death Valley Days ("Long Night at Fort Lonely", "Key to the Fort", "A Full House") were filmed at Pipe Spring National Monument in 1967.