Among The Largest Of Arizona’s Ancient Ruins, Tuzigoot National Monument Dates Back Thousands Of Years

No matter where in Arizona you are, an ancient ruin is likely not far away. Few, however, are as well-preserved as Tuzigoot National Monument, a 110-room pueblo built by the Sinagua people nearly 1,000 years ago. Take a look:

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Visit the monument’s website or Facebook page to learn more.

Have you ever visited the Tuzigoot National Monument? If so, we’d love to hear all the details of your experience! Let us know how it went, and check out our previous article for another incredibly well-preserved ancient ruin: There’s A Hike In Arizona That Leads You Straight To An Abandoned Village

Address: 25 Tuzigoot Rd, Clarkdale, AZ 86324, USA