Sedona Heritage Museum
The history of the Sedona area: buildings, exhibits, photos, and more. It's also a great place for a picnic lunch and a perfect location for a wedding.
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If you are interested in the history of Sedona this little museum has the stories. Located at the end of Jordan Road it is located in one of the older original homes in Sedona.
Learn the history of Sedona. Old Sedona red rock cabin, classic fire engine, photos and antique items located among the Apple Orchards.
If you are a history buff and would like to learn about Sedona's roots you should visit this little museum. It's a small museum that won't take much time.
The Heritage Museum is part of the Sedona Historical Society and they have a pretty comprehensive exhibit on the history of Sedona and the surrounding area. If you're curious about the pioneers that settled this area, the Heritage Museum is a good stop to make.
“If you're looking for a place to for shopping and Art this is the place. An old mission turned into an artists display. Investigate all the nooks and cranny's of this beautiful setting. Giant trees shade the grounds, galleries and stores throughout. A few restaurants sprinkled in here and there, a fountain right in the middle and ample parking make this place a treat to visit. You want to make sure you give yourself plenty of time to stroll through. Across the highway is the new addition. Pronounced t-lock-a-pock-ee be sure and wear your walking shoes!”
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“Truly an adventure! Not for the faint of heart, however. It is a rough ride through rugged country! If your up for it, a great way to experience the desert, visit some of the energy vortices and more!”
“Mexican American food in a casual atmosphere with contemporary presentation and full bar”
“Industrial chic, upscale casual neighborhood restaurant with an open dining room, bar, lounge and outdoor patio. Good for lunch or dinner. Food choices range from chopped salads to burgers, fish, chicken, ribs and steak. Also has great cocktails and wine. ”
“Sugarloaf trail head is a few minute drive from the oasis house. You can either do a 2 mile loop around Sugarloaf or climb up to the summit for some breathtaking views on either route. Free parking.”