Casa Grande Ruins National Monument

Protected by a metal canopy, the imposing structure of Casa Grande (32ft high) has retained its four floors largely intact. Once the main building of a village spread out along the river, the house was built before 1350 towards the end of the Hohokam Classic period (1100-1450). Its orientation suggests that it may have been used for astronomical observations or that it maybe had a religious significance.

Useful information


1100 West Ruines Drive, 85228-3200 Coolidge


+1 520-723-3172


5 $ (-15 years old free of charge)

Opening hours

daily 9am-5pm - closed Thanksgiving and 25 Dec - guided tour (about 40min) Nov-Apr, telephone for timetable