Sedona’s art, heritage and culture experiences span history from archaeological discoveries of petroglyphs and dwellings created by the ancient Yavapai Native Americans, to the 19th and 20th centuries. Tour Sedona with a historical eye on exhibits and art galleries highlighting Sedona’s first pioneer settlers to the golden days of Hollywood. Finally, you can’t miss current masterworks of Sedona art and photography, food and wine. You may even be inspired to create some Sedona art of your own, so bring your camera, paints or sketchbook to take part of Sedona home with you.
Sedona Arts Center The Sedona Arts Center is not only a gathering place where artists and those who love art can explore, teach and exhibit, but it has grown into an organization with national presence, providing outstanding education programming and nationally recognized events. The Sedona Arts Center offers a full palette of artistic experiences for all ages.
Sedona Historical Society and Heritage Museum 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 Art Galleries & Artists Studios The Sedona Visual Artists Coalition provides a venue to showcase local artists here in Sedona.
Sedona Wineries If you’re surprised that Sedona is a wine growing region, don’t be. Sedona boasts warm sunny days and cool nights, ideal conditions for growing wine grapes. Arizona’s wine grapes are grown in a wonderful rich red soil. In fact, climate and soil studies show that this region is similar to those in Spain, Southeastern Australia, Southern France and California. Check out Echo Canyon Vineyards, Javelina Leap Vineyards, and Page Springs Vineyards and Cellars in Page Springs/Cornville. Call ahead or find them here on Sedona.net under Food & Drink » Wine Country to find out about the tasting rooms' hours of operation.
Plan a half-day trip to Jerome A once near-ghost-town with a rich copper mining history, today Jerome is very much alive with writers, artists, artisans, musicians, historians, and families. They form a peaceful, colorful, thriving community built on a rich foundation of history and lore.
Grab a photo-op Take a photography driving and hiking trip. Location suggestions include Oak Creek Canyon (be sure to check out the West Fork area), Red Rock Crossing, Crescent Moon State Park, Brins Mesa, Doe Mountain, Airport Mesa, and Broken Arrow Trail (specifically “Chicken Point” and “Submarine Rock”). Also try Long Canyon Trail and nearby Devil’s Bridge Trail.
Historical Sites You can't experience the culture of Sedona without delving into the past and exploring the ancient people that settled this mystical valley. Visit Montezuma Castle in Camp Verde, just 20 minutes from the Village of Oak Creek at the south end of Sedona. This national monument is one of the best preserved ancient cliff dwellings on the continent, a Sinaguan marvel dating back approximately 1,000 years.
To see cliff dwellings of the Hopi people, visit Palatki and its sister site, Honanki, just outside of West Sedona toward Cottonwood. These heritage sites, managed by the US Forest Service, can be toured by advance reservation under the guidance and education of a park ranger. The sites are open 7 days a week, excluding major holidays. If you're visiting Sedona on the weekend, check out V-Bar-V Ranch, another Sinaguan rock art site that is easily accessible near the Village of Oak Creek.
Take a Hike! The Sedona Hiking App currently has over 110 trails, over four hundred miles of trail documented and available in the App. You can follow your location in real time and always know where you are on the trail. Visit and explore www.SedonaHikingApp.com for trail listings and … More
Take a Hike! The Sedona Hiking App currently has over 110 trails, over four hundred miles of trail documented and available in the App. You can follow your location in real time and always know where you are on the trail. Visit and explore www.SedonaHikingApp.com for trail listings and hike highlights with pictures from the trails.
Here's how it works: After you decide on the trails you'd like to experience, download the trails onto your device (with a network connection) and 'select' them as you do the hike. Click 'Take a Hike' to see the map. Everything you need is in each hike package, including driving directions This really is hiking for everyone. Easy, moderate, and hard day hikes to enjoy the grandeur of Sedona!
Check out our new Discovering Sedona Landmarks app!
The Semi-Annual Clarkdale Gem and Mineral Show and Sale; Mingus Gem & Mineral Club, will be held at the Clark Memorial Clubhouse Auditorium, 19 N. Ninth Street in Clarkdale, Arizona on February 25th - 27th, 2022. On Friday and Saturday, the show will be open to the public from 9:00 AM u … More
The Semi-Annual Clarkdale Gem and Mineral Show and Sale; Mingus Gem & Mineral Club, will be held at the Clark Memorial Clubhouse Auditorium, 19 N. Ninth Street in Clarkdale, Arizona on February 25th - 27th, 2022. On Friday and Saturday, the show will be open to the public from 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM, and on Sunday the show hours are from 10:00 AM until 4:00 PM.
FREE ADMISSION; Dealers, wire-wrapping and geode-splitting demonstrations, agates, fossils, gems, beads, findings, cabochons, crystals, geodes, rock slabs, tumble-polished minerals, handcrafted jewelry, carvings and unique gift items; Kids' Corner offers free mineral specimens for children 12 and under; Kids can play the Spin-n-Win Wheel.
Get your mineral specimens ID'd while experiencing great family fun for everyone from youths to seniors! Daily raffles will be held for a chance to win one of many beautiful prizes to be offered throughout the show. This is a fun and educational event the entire family will enjoy. Admission is free.Sponsored by the Town of Clarkdale, www.clarkdale.az.gov
Contact Information: For more information, please contact Bill Hedglin at firstname.lastname@example.org, (928) 634-0269 or Mike Kavanagh at email@example.com, (928) 451-9193.