Archaeological Sites in Arizona

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Navajo National Monument
Three of the most intact cliff dwellings of the ancient Puebloan people known as the Anasazi. or Hisatsinom.

Canyon de Chelly National Monument
Remains of Native American villages and structures built between AD 350 and 1300 AD inside canyon wall caves and at the base of high red cliffs.

Tusayan Pueblo Ruins and Museum
Visitors can walk along a self-guided trail to view the remains of a small, U-shaped Pueblo Indian village built more then 800 years ago. Located inside Grand Canyon National Park

Wupatki National Monument
Ruins of red sandstone pueblos that were built about 1065.

Elden Pueblo Ruins
60 to 70 room Sinagua pueblo built about 800 years ago (between 1100 and 1275 AD). Located inside Arizona's Coconino National Forest.

Walnut Canyon National Monument
Cliff dwellings built in a shallow caves under the limestone ledges of Walnut Canyon.

Homolovi Ruins State Park
Features six pueblos and 4500 acres that were one of the last stopping places of the Hopi Migrations.

Puerco Pueblo Ruins
Located inside Petrified Forest National Park

Tuzigoot National Monument
Ancient pueblo built by the Sinagua people between about 1000 and 1400 AD.

Montezuma Castle National Monument
One of the best preserved cliff dwellings in North America. Also features Montezuma Well, a limestone sinkhole lined with cliff dwellings.

Rattlesnake Point Pueblo and Petroglyph Trail
Located inside Lyman Lake State Park.

Casa Malpais Archaeological Park

Kinishba Ruins National Historic Landmark

Tonto National Monument

Park of the Canals
Ruins of prehistoric Hohokam irrigation canals and exhibits related to the Mormons who later settled here.

Pueblo Grande Museum Archaeological Park

Site of a 1500 year old hohokam village ruin maintained by the city of Phoenix.

James Jcobs: Besh-Ba-Gowah Archaeological Park

Gila County: Besh-Ba-Gowah Ruins

Besh Ba Gowah Ruins to Gila Pueblo Ruins Trail
The Besh-Ba-Gowah ruins and the Gila Pueblo ruins are two seaprate sites joined by a 1.5 mile roadside path. It is possible to either walk or drive between the sites. Both sites feature Salado culture.

Casa Grande Ruins National Monument

Rock Art and Petroglyphs in Arizona

See also:
Other Historic Sites in Arizona
Other Attractions in Arizona
Arizona for Visitors

Related Resources on the Internet
- Old Pueblo Archaeology Center
- Center for Desert Archaeology




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