Wupatki National Monument, Flagstaff

4.7
#1 of 6 in Historic Sites in Flagstaff
See Native American ruins in a desert setting at Wupatki National Monument. Three buildings and nearly 30 structures can be located throughout a 14,266 hectare (35,253 acre) area. First populated around 500 CE by Anasazi, Cohonina, and Sinagua tribes, the area was inhabited until 1225. Start your tour at the visitor center, where you'll find exhibits and historical facts and see schedules of interpretive programs. From there, begin the self-guided tour of the pueblo, or ask about the organized hikes and ranger talks taking place at the time of your visit. By using our Flagstaff online trip itinerary planner, you can arrange your visit to Wupatki National Monument and other attractions in Flagstaff.
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  • I truly enjoyed my visit to Black Bart’s. I had great service and the tunes were wonderful. The hardest part was making sure I ate instead of singing along lol  more »
  • Beautiful old Pueblos just north of Flagstaff on the way to the Grand Canyon. Visitor center is special in the way it outlines the known history and development of the site.  more »

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