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Wanted to see something historic and came across this when searching for things to do / sights to see near Sedona. Very happy we went to this. The kids also got to do the junior ranger program, cleverly designed to give the kids a hands...More
This is a great quick place to come and learn some history of the people that used to live in the area. It is amazing to see the way that the place was build on the side of the mountain and how a civilization flourished...More
I’ve lived in Arizona for over 40 years and this was my first visit to this park. It’s fairly easy to get to, just a short drive off a main Interstate. I have an annual parks pass so getting in was quick and easy. The...More
We stopped here on our way from Phoenix to Sedona. It is a quite remarkable view of ancient cliff dwellings, and the rangers are around to explain how people lived here. Unfortunately, people are not allowed to get close, but for good reason, to prevent...More
Even with crowds we find this place somehow peaceful. We have stopped here multiple times over the years and always found it interesting. The cliff dwellings, the sycamore trees, the creek going by. This day the creek was very high from the recent rains, but...More
Montezuma Castle National Monument is easily accessible from I-17, and it's well worth a stop. The Castle itself is outstanding, and the information provided both at the visitor centre, and on placards are very good. The walk along the cliff is not very long, and...More
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In your situation, I would not visit Montezuma Well due to lack of shade but I would highly recommend visiting Montezuma Castle because it is truly incredible and there is shade with benches to view the ruin itself. It is a... More
In your situation, I would not visit Montezuma Well due to lack of shade but I would highly recommend visiting Montezuma Castle because it is truly incredible and there is shade with benches to view the ruin itself. It is a very short walk from the visitor center to the ‘castle’ ruin. Do it!