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Navajo National Monument

Navajo National Monument
End of AZ Highway 564

The prehistoric Puebloan Ancestors built Tsegi Phase villages within the natural sandstone alcoves of our canyons. The resilient Ancestral Puebloans paved the way for current Native American groups in the Southwest region. These villages, which date from AD 1250 to 1300, thrill all who visit with original architectural elements such as roof beams, masonary walls, rock art, and hand and foot holds.

Navajo National Monument is a non-fee park and consists of three non-contiguous monuments all located within the Navajo Nation in Northeastern Arizona. Betatakin and Keet Seel are open for visitation during the summer season which runs from Memorial Day (late May) to Labor Day (early September). Inscription House is closed to visitation, it closed in 1968 and remains closed as it's a very fragile site.

Betatakin tours are offered twice a day during the morning and are available on a first-come basis. The maximum is 25 hikers per tour.

Navajo National Monument is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media