336 State Route 179 (Suite A-117, in Tlaquepaque) Sedona, AZ 86336 +1 928 282 4822
Are you crazy for the local color of Sedona? Express yourself with wearable art, jewelry, paintings, prints, handcrafted paper, ceramics and more from the most celebrated Southwestern artists. Located in the unusual artisan village of Tlaquepaque, this fun and fanciful gallery is a must-see stop on your Arizona itinerary. An interesting variety of cafes and full-service restaurants just around the corner give you the perfect excuse to spend your whole day browsing.
336 State Route 179 Suite E-101, in Tlaquepaque Sedona, AZ 86336 +1 928 282 7390
Enjoy new ideas in a familiar setting. Antique furnishings give this gallery an Old West ambiance. A wide array of art captures emerging trends in painting, sculpture and other media. Traditional cowboy art, impressionist and contemporary paintings, ceramics and other works from talented artists across the country treat visitors to an impressive display of color and texture. The gallery is located in the Tlaquepaque arts and crafts village where you may enjoy many other fine galleries and exclusive shops.
Beginning as a community effort to encourage arts, the center now includes a school with various classes and exhibitions. Enjoy juried shows from visiting or local guest artists, as well as the annual Sculpture Walk. Plays, too, are featured and are produced by the local professional Oak Creek Theatre Company as well as amateur groups like the Sedona Arts Center Community Theatre. The center is located in uptown Sedona, off Hwy 89A. Shop the gift gallery for works from more than 120 member artists. But remember to bring cash, as credit cards are not accepted.
293 st HWY 89A (In the Rollie's Camera Courtyard) Sedona, AZ 86336 +1 928 282 4714/+1 800 482 4714 (Toll Free)
Inspirational journeys into Sedona's red rocks may be a life changing experience. Pilgrims worldwide come to focus their energies and connect with the earth. This tour company has been arranging trips to the local Energy Vortexes and the outback by foot and jeep for more than a decade. Tours that combine area mysticism, lore and panoramic beauty range in price from $38-58 per person. Custom group tours are also available. Call for reservations and further information, or visit their website.
AZ-179 & Bell Rock Blvd (Location of Bell Rock, Visitor Centers offer further information) Sedona, AZ 86351 +1 928 282 4119 (Visitor Information)
Sedona possesses several naturally occurring energy vortexes, which could be described as subtle, spiraling currents that emanate from the earth. Purported to increase spiritual growth and personal enlightenment, these spots are incredibly popular. Visitors from far-flung locations worldwide come to experience the sensations from contact with these vortexes. You'll find four in the area including Boynton Canyon, Bell Rock, Cathedral Rock and near the Sedona Airport. Credit cards are not accepted and parking at Red Rock requires a pass. Call for further information.
460 Andante Drive Sedona, AZ 86336 +1 928 254 0005
This company provides visitors with a unique opportunity to discover the beauty and history of Northern Arizona. With your friendly and knowledgeable guides, you can travel to the Grand Canyon, float down the Colorado River and through stunning Antelope Canyon, or visit the Sinagua Indian Ruins. Also be sure to check out the all-inclusive tour of the Hopi Mesas.
201 North State Route 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 +1 928 282 5400/+1 928 282 4211
First-time visitors to Sedona shouldn't miss these 55-minute trolley tours. The "A" tour stops at Los Abrigados, Poco Diablo and L'Auberge de Sedona as well as to the area's most unique shopping venues including Tlaquepaque and Hillside Sedona. Tour "B" is a more scenic-oriented route, accessing the Old Marketplace, the Western Canyons, Enchantment Resort and Dry Creek Road. Departures are every hour, on the hour, from the Cheers store, adjacent to the Sedona Chamber of Commerce in Uptown Sedona.
204 North State Route 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 +1 928 282 5000/+1 800 873 3662(Toll Free)
Feed your hunger for adventure with an exciting jeep tour of the incomparable red rock region in Sedona. Choose from five amazing tours where cameras are not optional equipment. Discover ancient rock art or wind your way through the past on a guided tour to pueblo ruins. For the brave at heart, the broken arrow tour is the featured choice here, exceeding guest expectations by climbing Sedona's red rocks to observe and enjoy exceptional views. This company has been offering local tours since the 50s. Tours last about 1 1/2-2 1/2 hours in length and reservations must be made to ensure a spot. If making reservations less than 24-hours in advance, please call to confirm availability and secure your time with a credit card.
W Hwy 89A and Lower Red Rock Loop Rd Sedona, AZ 86339 +1 928 282 2274
Rise above the mundane in an FAA certified hot air balloon. Since the 70s, this company has thrilled visitors with Sedona's incomparable views from a higher perspective. All pilots exceed FAA minimum. Chase vehicles utilized are four wheel drive for added dependability and safety. Experience the glorious color of the red rock region with the singular experience of a sunrise balloon flight. Call for further information and reservations, usually at least one day in advance. This service provides hotel pick up at no additional cost.
735 Jordan Rd (in Jordan Historical Park) Sedona, AZ 86336 +1 928 282 7038
This local museum utilizes the old farmstead of the Jordan family to educate about the heritage of greater Sedona. Various antique farming implements and vintage orchard equipment are displayed. Focus is on the pioneers and early agriculture, the many films created here and also an exhibit from the U.S. Forest Service. Check out the gift shop before you depart, which offers fine items from local artisans. Regular tours are offered daily, please call for further information. Admission is USD3 (cash only) for adults and free for those 12 and under.
With an elevation of nearly 5,000 feet, the park features
a 30 foot natural rockslide within the creek. Take a couple of hours and enjoy the nature walk while you relax under the Arizona sunshine. Visit the onsite market. ...
Charter an air tour with guides familiar with the Sedona
area. Located at the Sedona Airport, all pilots are FAA certified and insured. Narrated tours include aerial visits to the Meteor Crater, the largest extra terrestrial rock in the ...
What if "roughing it" in a high desert canyon meant
rugged rocks by day and sumptuous comfort by night? At this resort, visitors experience the best of both worlds. Rustically appointed rooms include fireplaces and Jacuzzis; some have televisions ...