People tend to check in during these times:
Nothing to do with the Aztec emperor Moctezuma. Still, very interesting to see.
Grab some Frybread off montezuma rd before arriving to the Castle
Worth the money!
Admission price of $5 is a rip off. Just come in without paying if you really want to see it!
I'm not sure how you cannot like this place. Native American ruins dating back to 1000AD. Very well maintained by the National Park Service,
Great historical stop when in the Sedona area. Dwellings dating back to 1000 AD. Maintained by the National Park Service.
Nice museum and friendly Park Rangers to assist.
Pretty nice park. Small and super friendly rangers.
Montezuma never visited here.
Make sure you take time to chat with Sam, 84 years young tour guide.
It's worthy of the 5$ fee. Interesting stuff that makes for nice photographs.
Worth the $5 admission - kids under 15 get in free. Lots of great sights in such a small area.
Visit the gift shop.
Don't drink the water! Hahahs!
Neat place, amazing to see it so well preserved. Worth the $5
One of the best preserved cliff dwellings in North America, dominates the towering limestone cliffs overlooking Beaver Creek. Ruins are the remnants of ancient Sinagua.
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!
Great picture spot with the Arizona Sycamores near the path to "Castle A". Find Ranger John and ask him where the southernmost mile high city in the US is.
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).
This 20 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.