The staff at Tuzigoot National Monument is committed to preserving this special part of Native American History for the enjoyment of this and future generations. We work closely with federal, state, local and private partners to monitor and protect the park’s natural, cultural, and historic resources.
Did You Know?
The ruins at Tuzigoot National Monument were reinforced with a mortar heavy in cement during the 1930s. Today a member of the Vanishing Treasures Division is painstakingly chipping out the old mortar and replacing with a softer mortar which will better preserve the remaining historical material.