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Wupatki National Monument

6400 N US Highway 89, Flagstaff, AZ 86004-2759
+1 928-679-2365
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“sunset crater” (292 reviews)
“ball court” (44 reviews)
“pueblo ruins” (75 reviews)
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6400 N US Highway 89, Flagstaff, AZ 86004-2759
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Very helpful staff in terrific visitor center, with an adjoining, well-curated site that balances visitor interaction with site preservation. Not overcrowded in May and several other pueblo ruins sites are accessible throughout the park with short scenic hikes. Loved it.

Thank paul22luap
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This was a stop worth the detour. Even our teenage kids felt inspired and interested. The Visitor Center is well organized and has nice artifacts. Interactive games involved the kids and helped us learn more about the history and function of the settlement.

Thank Ania P
Reviewed 3 days ago

Visited this site early May 2017. The visitors center is loaded with information and cases of pottery and period artifacts. The walk to the ruins is easy and paved. The well preserved ruins are impressive. There are two round arenas/ball courts still in good repair...More

Thank Poudre1
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We stopped here on our was to the Grand Canyon. Amazing! To see how structures were built long ago . Rooms were still intact and the gathering places still complete. What a wonderful walk through the past of the Puebla People. The engineering and development...More

Thank Charles K
Reviewed 1 week ago

If you want to get out and walk around but don't like difficult hikes and don't mind learning something at the same time, this is the place for you!!! There are several short easy hikes available. You can do one, 2, or all of them....More

1  Thank Mary C
Reviewed 1 week ago

Wupatki is easy to get to, although in a remote area outside of Flagstaff. The walk around the ruins is easy to do and does not involve long distances. The ruins are easy to view and you can even walk around inside the structures. Very...More

Thank rforeman98
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

An city in the desert, Wupatki is very close to another interesting place, Sunset Crater National Monument, which I've also reviewed. Get up close to an ancient pueblo, built in the middle ages. I point to places like this when people say America has no...More

Thank Jackie L
Reviewed 1 week ago

Interesting place for a quick visit. The trails are mostly flat and don't provide much of a challenge. There are several different ruins, each of which have a couple of unique features. That said, you could probably get all the views and info you want...More

Thank brnxbombers
Reviewed 1 week ago

My wife and I took the loop road to see Wupatki National Monument after seeing the Grand Canyon. Stopped at the visitor center which starts the trail to the main ruin site, they have a self guided tour book to check out which really describes...More

Thank 707clayg
Reviewed 1 week ago

Here we go again. If you are thinking of visiting this National Monument, there is one VERY BIG IF when debating whether-or-not you want to get involved in this approximately 35-mile long, two hour drive IF you do it right. The BIG IF is this...More

1  Thank kanbaatar
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triciamg2016
Have limited time here but would like to stop. My 10 year old and I will be leaving Sedona on an April morning, stopping at Walnut Canyon to do the Island Trail, and then stopping at Wupatki before heading to the East entrance of the Grand Canyon where we will stay for 2 nights. Plan to drive past Sunset Crater without stopping as I've explored it before. Wondering if you drive from pueblo to pueblo or if you must go on foot between them. Also, since we are limited on time which ones should we focus on since we may not have time for all of them - not sure how many there are. Thanks for the advice!
2 January 2017|
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Response from sue o | Reviewed this property |
We drove and stopped for quite some time at 3 oft he sites; IF you stop at the visitor center, which I think it the first stop, they will have a more detailed map and can tell you what you have time to do before you head to... More
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Kelly G
Is this something I can push my Grandma (in her wheelchair) through?
16 September 2016|
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Response from BreeAmalie | Reviewed this property |
There are a number of different pueblos within the national monument, and there are flat trails to a few of them. There is a scenic drive through the area at includes views of the Painted Desert, Sunset Crater, lava flows... More
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J W
About how much time does the average visit here take?
24 August 2015|
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Response from Marilyn M | Reviewed this property |
It is good to allow at least 1 hour to walk down and around then hike back up all of those stairs. If you bring a picnic lunch then right outside is an area of picnic tables!! The visitors center itself could take up more of... More
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