“Would Your House Look This Good 800 Years From Now?”
This stone castle built into a shallow cave on a cliff was once a six-story dwelling with 45 rooms.
Not much of a hike. Its a quick stop to somewhere else.
gorgeous! worth the $5 per person entry fee. brought our dog, nice paved trail, small hike, very easy. two thumbs up!
Only open 8 to 5. Will try to see it some other time.
We listened to an interpretive talk, which have us some great perspective on this amazing site. Great place to take kids-we spent about an hour there.
Fascinating piece of Native American history from before the 1400s in the middle of the Arizona desert. The cliff dwellings were amazing to see from the walkway, which was a short walk from the visitor center. The temperature was high so be sure to hydrate.
Easy to get to and a very short walk from the visitor center. Can see it in short time. Well worth the stop!!!
You can't get near the ruins but its a great place to hike
It is definitely worth a stop. But no need to spend a long time here.
Price went up to $10 head; military free pass. Easy stroll, short, educational. Husband gives it 5 stars; it’s give it 3.5... not much to see but a short drive from other attractions
Worth stopping for. This is a National Monument there is an easy trail to walk by the ruins but you cannot enter the ruins. The staff are super friendly and there was a gentleman playing native music.
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Montezuma Castle National Monument
- Sun - Sat: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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