This National Monument is just off the road on the Kaibab Reservation. The museum's displays and written history are informative and interesting especially because it demonstrates the white settlers' perspective and the Indians' perspective while honoring both cultures. The original fort called Winsor Castle still stands and it is amazing what a relatively comfortable life the white settlers made out there. The long horn cattle (I think there are only two) are very close to the fort and the children will be amazed at how long those horns truly are. Access to the Castle is just a couple hundred yards from the visitors' center. Much of the Castle is on a second story with no access for the handicap.
I decided to give it 5 stars because I would encourage anyone driving by to stop. If you have to go 100 miles out of your way you might be disappointed only because it is not huge. But you could easily spend a couple of hours.
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