The cultural journey of the Indigenous People of the Verde Valley region and their Heritage Sites.
Follow the path from the Verde Valley Archaeology Center and Museum to Native American Heritage Sites and learn about the rich culture of the Indigenous Peoples. When visiting these sites, please visit with respect as these places are still revered by the Hopi, Yavapai and Apache. *We recommend visiting a few sites at a time for the best experience.
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Verde Valley Archaeology Center & Museum
A premier destination for those interested in the archaeology and history of the Verde Valley region of Arizona.
Montezuma Castle National Monument
Step back in time and experience the rich history and culture of Montezuma Castle National Monument for yourself
Montezuma Well Heritage Site
Visitors to the Montezuma Well Heritage Site can explore the ancient dwelling and artifacts left behind by the Sinagua people, including...
The Crane Petroglyph and Historic V Bar V Ranch
The Crane Petroglyph is a must-see for anyone interested in the ancient art and culture of the Southwest.
Honanki Heritage Site
Discover one of the largest cliff dwellings in Red Rock Country inhabited by the Sinagua, between AD 1150 and 1350.
Palatki Heritage Site
Palatki Heritage Site is one of the largest cliff dwellings of Red Rock Country dating between C.E. 1150 - 1350
Tuzigoot National Monument
Tuzigoot National Monument is home to a three-story hilltop pueblo that was built by the Sinagua people around 1100 CE.