Tuzigoot NM

Tuzigoot Pueblo. Photo Credit: Meghann M. Vance, Northern Arizona University Anthropology Laboratories. Click the image to open the Tuzigoot NM gallery.

Tuzigoot National Monument protects a large hilltop pueblo built by the Sinagua archeological cultural between A.D. 1100 and A.D. 1400. The pueblo included 110 rooms, of which many were second- and third-story structures.

The American Southwest Virtual Museum hosts artifact exhibits, historic photographs, and an interactive virtual exhibit for Tuzigoot National Monument.


Fact Sheets

Additional information for Tuzigoot National Monument is available at the official National Park Service website for Tuzigoot and at the Learning Center of the American Southwest Tuzigoot National Monument page.