Tuzigoot National Monument

Written by Stacy Chbosky
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Tuzigoot National Monument received its status in the summer of 1939. It consists of an ancient pueblo built on a 42 acre hillside. The pueblo at Tuzigoot National Monument is about 1,000 years old. The pueblo was built by the Sinagua, who left the area of Sedona about 600 years ago.

Tuzigoot National Monument and Sedona AZ

Sedona, Arizona is one of the best holiday spots in the United States. This area has become world famous for its beauty, which includes incredible Red Rock formations, running waters, woods, and blue skies. When you visit Tuzigoot National Monument, you deepen your Sedona vacation experience, by learning about the history of this remarkable spot.

It's the kind of historic spot that fires the imagination. Kids are simply fascinated by Tuzigoot. You'll find yourself fascinated, as well.

There are so many great things to do in Sedona. Finding time for the Tuzigoot can be difficult when activities like golf, hiking, jeep touring, horseback riding and swimming beckon you and your kids. But the experience is well worth it.


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