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All reviews visitor center guided tour big house sonoran desert main structure short film the national park service horned owls senior pass picnic area story building small museum well worth the stop native americans interesting history day trip gift shop
Such an interesting archaeology site. We were lucky and got there just in time to take a tour with a Park Ranger. Worth the few miles and time off Interstate 10 to visit. Also a very nice visitor center.
As National Parks go this was an easy visit and very informative. We got to speak with many volunteers and get the whole picture of this Big House both Historically and structurally. The repairs have made a mess of some of the structure. The sister...More
We like to go to the National Parks and Monuments, and we often stay for a ranger talk. Sometimes the talk is interesting and engaging - sometimes not so much. This one was excellent - plus the 20 minute film was great.
Interesting trip into pre-history to learn about the life of the native Americans in the area. A short self guided tour available to see the ruins. Plaques provide excellent commentary. NOTE: Do be careful if walking off the path. If there has been recent rain,...More
Very informative interpretive centre and incredible ruins. Well worth a visit for anyone interested in Native American culture. Our guide, Steve, did a great job walking us through the outdoor site and telling us the story of this ancient Sonoran culture. A very good use...More
Arizona – Native History
Lest we forget that this land has been inhabited many thousands of years before European exploration, a visit to Casa Grande Ruins National Monument teaches us about a flourishing civilization that just vanished. This incredible park provides the visitor with a...More
Reminded me of the castles in Europe except not made of stone (there isn't any available) & the entrance was ladders, not gates. The museum was well done and there was a gentleman there actually making jewelry, etc. The tour guide was extremely knowledgeable and...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit. The museum was interesting and well organized but what most impressed us was the tour and the briefing provided by the NPS guide. She was friendly and knowledgeable and we both went away with a greater understanding and interest in...More