May through August - Daily Interpretive Programs
Great Interpretive Programs are offered at the Wupatki Visitor Center during the summer and peak holiday seasons. Call (928) 679-2365 to check schedules. Click here for our calendar of special events.
Wupatki Pueblo Walks
Pueblo walks offer the chance to tour the 104 room Wupatki Pueblo with a Park Ranger. These walking tours introduce you to the Pueblo's incredible past, from the Ancestral Pueblo people who built it, to the early Park Rangers who lived in it.
Ranger's Choice Patio Talk
These short interpretive programs take place under the shade awning at the Wupatki Visitor Center.
October through April - Guided Ranger Hikes
Summer - NPS and USFS Interpretive Partnership
A unique partnership between the National Park Service and the US Forest Service provides interpretive talks and guided hikes at NPS and Forest locations throughout the summer.
Summer Opening for educators and Interpreters - More Info? Click here
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Did You Know?
The sites at Wupatki were first described by Lorenzo Sitgreaves during his expedition in 1851. Camping near Wupatki Pueblo, he recorded that the sites must have been the remains of a large town covering 8 or 9 miles, and that the pottery was thickly strewn over the ground.