I have visited the museum 3 times and the archeological ruin twice and find that it is probably the best thing to visit in the White Mountains. The park ranger's knowledge of this particular ruin is extensive and the ruin itself is a real treat and somewhat compact for such a major ruin! You must take a tour-can't do it on your own- but that protects the property from vandals and litterers, so it is well worth the supervision. The charge is nominal and several tours are available every day. There is an astronomical calendar, a kiva, petroglyphs or pictographs and an ancient stairway inaccessible to all but the hardiest. The recently updated museum features artifacts from the site and a video introduction by Hopi and Zuni elders, both of whose tribes claim ancestry here. In May the museum hosted an opening featuring a talk and slides by Adriel Heisey who is an excellent aerial photographer. Many of his photos of the site, as well as of other archeological sites, are on display in the museum. As positive as I feel about the place, I am almost hesitant to praise it too highly, lest it become overrun with tourists who are looking for more of a theme park experience than a tour of an ancient civilization. I shall return.