For This and Future Generations

Tourists at Montezuma Castle: 1887 (left) and 2007 (right).
Montezuma Castle was as much of a destination for tourists in 1887 (left) as it was in 2007 (right). While the clothing and transportation the average visitor has changed dramatically, the awe-inspiring experience of witnessing the incredible legacy of the ancient Sinagua remains the same.

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The future of Montezuma Castle, and all of our National Parks, depends upon all of us.

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Montezuma Castle National Monument protects one of the best-preserved cliff dwellings in North America. Over 90% of the Castle is part of the original structure built by the Sinagua. Every visitor who gazes up at this incredible legacy of an ancient civilization owes a debt of thanks to the hundreds of men and women who have labored to ensure that every generation will have this same opportunity.

The National Park Service preserves and protects our nation's natural and cultural heritage, including Montezuma Castle, for the enjoyment, education and inspiration of us all. But it is up all of us to ensure that these places remain an invaluable part of the American story.

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