Tuzigoot National Monument, Arizona

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Tuzigoot Monument

Surrounded by ancient culture and mystery, Tuzigoot National Monument sits high atop a desert hill, beckoning visitors to inquire more about the ancient Sinagua Indians who once lived there.

  • Explore ancient pueblo ruins perched high atop a desert hilltop. 
  • Visit the museum to inquire and learn more about the Sinagua Indians.

What can I do/see at Tuzigoot Monument?

Built around A.D. 1000, the pueblo ruins at Tuzigoot consist of 110 rooms with second and third story structures. At the monument you can explore the trails that lead to the pueblo and visit the museum to see ancient artifacts and learn more about the Sinagua Indians.

Where is Tuzigoot Monument?

From the intersection of Hwy 89a and Hwy 179 in Sedona, drive west on Hwy 89a for about 16 miles. Turn right on Mungus Ave, right on Main St, continue onto S Broadway, and turn right at Tuzigoot Rd, turn left and the park will be on the right.

When is Tuzigoot Monument open?

  • Daily: 8am-5pm

How much does Tuzigoot Monument cost?

  • Adult (16 plus): $10, valid for 7 days
  • Child (under 16): Free

Who can I call if I have more questions?

(928) 634-5564 or visit their website.