The Tuzigoot National Monument Multimedia pages provide you with more personal, in-depth information about the monument through videos, panorama views, podcasts (video series), and audiocasts.
Presently this section includes videos and the beginning of a series, Letting the Artifacts Speak. We hope the time you spend watching them will highlight the many sides of Tuzigoot, from cultural to natural. Please check back often as the multimedia content continues to grow and we add segments to our series on artifacts!
Did You Know?
The ruins at Tuzigoot National Monument were excavated between 1933 and 1934 as part of the New Deal. Uncovering and reconstructing the 110-room pueblo gave out-of-work copper miners new skills.