Wukoki Pueblo is a couple of miles down a spur road, then a short stroll from the parking lot. It's up on a hill and looks a lot like a castle. We had the whole thing to ourselves. I think I liked this one best.
Wupatki Pueblo is right behind the Visitors Center. With over 100 rooms, it's the largest dwelling in the monument. Consider it a 12th century condo.
Sometimes big rocks are incorporated into the walls of the pueblo. Think how many bricks they didn't have to haul up the hill!
A whole bus-load of kids from the Peach Springs reservation school had come halfway across the state to learn clan history. They were down at the community circle doing a circle dance when we first got there, then they set off to explore the game circle and the blowhole. (There's a cavern underground, and the air blows out in a small blast. I thought it was fun too. )Nalakihu and Citadel Pueblos are together. Nalakihu has been reconstructed. The Citadel on the rim of the mesa has only been stabalized.
The expected storm was heading our way, so we scooted out of there.