Coronado National Memorial

Coronado National Monument

Coronado National Monument. Photo Credit: National Park Service.

Coronado National Memorial was established as the Coronado International Monument in 1940 to commemorate the Coronado expedition through Mexico and Arizona. In 1952, the Monument was re-designated a National Monument, and today continues to provide visitors the opportunity to reflect on the impacts of the 1540-1542 expedition on the shaping of the Southwest.

The American Southwest Virtual Museum hosts a collection of historic photographs for Coronado National Memorial.

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Additional information about Coronado National Memorial is available at the official National Park Service website for Coronado (link opens in new window).