Declared a National Landmark in 1964, the Casa Malpais ruins are unique in Arizona in that the pueblo, which was constructed around 1250 and occupied until about 1400, was built to take advantage of existing caves. Many of these caves form a system of catacomb-like rooms under the pueblo. To visit the ruin you must take a guided tour, leaving from the Casa Malpais museum in downtown Springerville. At the museum (admission free), you’ll find exhibits on both the Mogollon people and dinosaurs that once roamed this region.
Springerville and Eagar
Springerville and Eagar› Attraction
Casa Malpais Archaeological Park and Museum
418 E. Main St, Springerville, USA
Our Rating Hours Museum Tues–Sat 8am–4pm; closed holidays. Tours Mar–Nov daily 9 and 11am and 2pm (weather permitting). Phone 928/333-5375 Prices Guided tours $10 adults, $8 seniors, $5 children Web site Casa Malpais Archaeological Park and Museum
Map418 E. Main St, Springerville USA Springerville and Eagar
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