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Four Corners Monument, Teec Nos Pos

(2.3/5 based on 1,300+ reviews on the web)
The only place in the United States where four states intersect as one point, Four Corners Monument was originally marked in 1912 with a simple cement pad. The monument has since been renovated and now features a granite and brass pad that is decorated with flags from each state. Stand and take a photo at the crossroad. Or visit the demonstration center with Navajo artisans and pick up handmade jewelry and crafts. You'll have the opportunity to sample traditional Navajo food at nearby vendors. Take water with you--there is no running water or electricity at this site. Using our international travel planner, Teec Nos Pos attractions like Four Corners Monument can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Kind of cool to see the monument, but quite the tourist trap these days. The monument is neat, but after charging $5/person just to drive in, bathrooms weren't open, only some port-a-potties. There we...  more »
  • It's so cool to go here and to say you've been here, but, there is really nothing other than this marker in concrete. And there are, of course, other people. It's hard to get picture without strangers...  more »
  • We went out of our way to visit Four Corners simply because its unique situation (the junction of four separate states) and because we just wanted to say that we had been there. It is run by the Navaj...  more »
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  • $5 per person to get in. Ages 6 and under are free. Limit of 3 pictures, but able to take more since there were only a few people there on a Wednesday evening in September. Closed at 6:50p per the sign. Vendors were all very nice and there items were reasonably priced. Nice place to get out and let the kids run off some energy after being on the road!
  • We arrived at 6:15pm (Arizona time). Come to find out that the Navajo nation does daylight savings (7:15pm). So, unbeknownst to us they had been closed for 30ish minutes when we pulled up to the entrance gate. Our mistake... yes! The reason for the single star on the review is that one of the employees was entering the gate and when I asked her why they were already closed she blatantly ignored me! A reasonable explanation on the time issue would have been fine.
  • Definitely a cool place and worth the drive. It's kind off odd how the whole center is surrounding by vendor stalls selling local wares - as bit detracting from the natural surroundings. It was, however, cool to realize the vastness of the Navajo nation (three of the states) lining up with Ute tribe. Certainly a place of unity and peaceful contrasts on many levels.
  • You can't go near the Four Corners and pass up the chance to see it! I was here over 45 years ago and it was free back then. Now the Navajo Nation runs the place and it costs $5 per person just to go in. People line up to get their picture taken standing (or sitting) in all four states. There are vendors all around selling Native jewelry and other goods. It can get quite crowded. But it's hard to pass up the only chance to be in 4 states at once.
  • This place is ridiculous. $5 a person to even get in and they are only open until 6. Most expensive picture I have ever taken. There was a line to get your picture taken and could only take 3 pictures (to keep the line moving). After we came back we found that this is not even the real 4 corners. The true four corners is about 15-20 miles away. Tourist trap to say the least.