Arizona’s Montezuma Castle National Monument Is A 20-Room Cliff Dwelling From Prehistoric Times

Many different native tribes have lived in Arizona over the years, constructing architectural wonders for homes. One such place is Montezuma Castle National Monument, a 20-room cliff dwelling built by the Sinagua people nearly 1,000 years ago.

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

Have you ever visited Montezuma Castle? If so, we’d love to hear all about the experience. Check out our previous article for another ancient architectural wonder: Take A Day Trip To Explore The Ruins Of A 200-Room Ancient Village In Arizona.

Address: Montezuma Castle Rd, Camp Verde, AZ, USA