Things To Do
Visit Tuzigoot National Monument and witness the incredible legacy of a people who live in the Verde Valley 1,000 years ago.
Set aside a few hours to explore the museum, which was reopened in June 2011. Then roam the trails through the Tuzigoot pueblo and Tavasci Marsh. Spend time with a ranger and learn about the Sinagua and the lives they led in the Verde Valley. Attend the daily ranger program at 10:30am, or plan to come for one of our Special Events.
Become a Junior Ranger regardless of your age!
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.