Sedona AZ Attractions
Chapel of the Holy Cross
If you're a fan of Frank Lloyd Wright, then this is a must-see in Sedona. The Chapel of the Holy Cross was built by a student of Wright's, Marguerite Brunwige Staude. The building is so unique that is has become a landmark in Sedona. Rising between two red-rock peaks, the Chapel includes a huge cross on the facade. There are no regular services held at the Chapel but visitors are welcome to come in and meditate. There is a gift shop on the premises that sells religious artifacts and books. You can also enjoy a trail located east of the Chapel that leads you to quiet and beautiful surroundings. Open daily from 9-5.
AZ 179, Village of Oak Creek
If shopping is your passion, then you'll really enjoy Tlaquepaque. Nestled in the 'Y' in Sedona this shopping center includes arts and crafts from many local artists along with great restaurants. The shopping area is arranged around a number of courtyards and is a pleasant place to walk and shop.
AZ 179 - just south of the 'Y'
Oak Creek Canyon
Just north of Sedona on the road to Flagstaff is Oak Creek Canyon. This steep-walled canyon winds through dramatic rock formations and pine forests mixed with deciduous trees. This is a beatiful drive anytime of year but especially in the fall when the leaves are turning colors. Stop along your drive and enjoy Oak Creek. Many people fish for trout or just swim in the designated areas.
AZ 89A starting one mile north of Sedona
Rainbow Trout Farm
So if you tried Oak Creek and were unsuccessful catching trout, then the Rainbow Trout Farm is just what you need. You are guaranteed to catch a trout here and don't worry about cleaning your catch as the staff will take care of that for you. Open daily from 9-5
3500 N. AZ89A, 3 miles north of Sedona
Sedona Golf Courses
There are only 5 golf courses in Sedona that have an actual Sedona address. They run from public to private. If you want to find out more about these courses, click here for our Sedona Golf Course Map.
Sedona Historical Society
The Sedona Heritage Museum is focused on the lifestyles and works of the people who pioneered the Sedona community, from 1870 to the present. The Sedona Historical Society's mission is to research, preserve and teach the history of the greater Sedona area.
Sedona Heritage Museum in Jordan Historical Park
735 Jordan Road (in Uptown), Sedona, Arizona
Open Daily at 11:00 A.M. - 3 P.M.
Special Tours Available by Appointment Please call 928.282.7038
Sedona Arts Center
The Sedona Arts Center's mission is to provide diverse art experiences for individuals and the community through art classes, art workshops, art trips, exhibitions, special art events, art gallery and community outreach programs.
For more information call 928.282.3809 or 888.954.4442
Sedona Arizona Hotels
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Sedona AZ Hikes
Get out and hike Sedona. The area has many great hikes from easy to advanced...more info on hiking around Sedona
Sedona Flight Seeing
Take a helicopter flight and view the beautiful red rocks of Sedona AZ from the air, it's breath taking...more info
Sedona Tours & Sightseeing
From Pink Jeep Tours to energy vortexes, to balloon rides, Sedona has a perfect tour for you...more info on tours
Hiking, biking and other outdoor attractions. ...Check out attractions in and around the Sedona Arizona area.
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