So worth the trip. It doesn't take your entire day if time is an issue. The education is fascinating. I agree with "Sbuete" in that it is a must-see in Sedona. The petroglyphs, remaining walls and rock art are easy to see and well interpreted by our pink jeep guide who was really informative and friendly. The drive in and out alone was breathtaking with spectacular views of Bear Mtn. and massive mesas. Among many hiking options, Faye Canyon is on the way. (On another day we did the lovely short walk to the end of that trail - then hiked up the rocks just beyond it and picnicked, enjoying expansive views of the canyon while listening to a Native American guide on the far side of the canyon playing the flute!) "Marla B" wrote about the sad fact that more recently some ignorant individuals wrote their names on walls at the Honanki ruins, which was my only disappointment.