Montezuma Castle National Monument

Row 1

2800 N Montezuma Castle Rd
Camp Verde, AZ 86322
(928) 567-3322
Historic Site, History Museum, Landmark
Mon–Sun: 8:00 AM–5:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • This20 room high-rise apartment, nestled into a towering limestone cliff, tells a 1,000 year-old story of ingenuity and survival in an unforgiving desert landscape.
  • Admission price of $5 is a rip off. Just come in without paying if you really want to see it!
  • Admission is around 5 bucks..and you have to walk 1/3 of a mile to see Montezuma's Castle. May not be the best thing to see if you or your guests have limited mobilty.
  • Come during national park week, it's free!
  • National Park Annual Pass also works as Red Rock Pass in Sedona.
  • Going here on the way to Grand Canyon w/ a group of 4? Pick up a National Park Annual Pass for $80 & it will already almost pay 4 itself. (Save $20 here & the $25/car entry into GC).
  • Very interesting and educational. Excellent family expedition for all ages.
  • I'm not sure how you cannot like this place. Native American ruins dating back to 1000AD. Very well maintained by the National Park Service,
  • Great historical stop when in the Sedona area. Dwellings dating back to 1000 AD. Maintained by the National Park Service.
  • Nice museum and friendly Park Rangers to assist.
  • Great views
  • It's worthy of the 5$ fee. Interesting stuff that makes for nice photographs.
  • Neat place, amazing to see it so well preserved. Worth the $5
  • a very pleasant, shaded walk. you can also visit tuzigoot and the well with your ticket. all three are good for a quick day trip. though the well requires a little more walking, its worth it.
  • Good stop on way to/from Sedona. A quick 1 hour dose of culture. Be sure to chat to Sam - supper knowledgeable retiree guide.
  • Beautiful views
  • This place is a must see! It's $10 to get in and well worth it. Only negative is bathrooms are nasty. On the way out stop and get some fry bread from the shack on the corner.
  • Amazing that some of it is still here to see!
  • It was very interesting. We were able to listen to an educational Ranger presentation.
  • Interesting, but not much to see for the $10 fee. If you're over 61 you get discounts