Things to Do in Sedona

Cathedral Rock Trail

Ever wondered how Sedona got its name or why the rocks are red? You’ll learn all about the history and geology of this beautiful area as you embrace your love for nature. Shop for timeless Native American jewelry and crafts, learn about the best shopping and dining spots in town and discover the unique and famous vortex sites Sedona has to offer.

Sedona Arts Center

Local art is a staple in Sedona. At this beautiful arts center, there is a piece of artwork for everyone. Even if you don’t end up buying anything, enjoy the beautiful sights and escape the daily grind in this gorgeous area.

Fun for Foodies

Sedona’s stunning physical beauty, dauntless history, and thriving place in the world of wine offers astounding surprises for wine enthusiasts. These tours are all-inclusive, private wine outings made just for your group. Pricing includes door-to-door transportation from all Verde Valley and Sedona wineries, all wine tasting fees and gratuities, gourmet hor d’oeuvres along the way and a devoted local guide to help you experience Arizona’s finest wines.

Wine Tours

Sedona’s stunning physical beauty, dauntless history, and thriving place in the world of wine offers astounding surprises for wine enthusiasts. These tours are all-inclusive, private wine outings made just for your group. Pricing includes door-to-door transportation from all Verde Valley and Sedona wineries, all wine tasting fees and gratuities, gourmet hor d’oeuvres along the way and a devoted local guide to help you experience Arizona’s finest wines.

Tlaquepaque Shopping Center

This is your ultimate shopping destination. Stop by the Oak Creek Brewery for lunch cocktail as you take in the beautiful sights of Sedona. A visit to this recreated Mexican village includes exquisite dining, local art galleries and stores featuring arts and crafts to find souvenirs.

Amitabha Stupa & Peace Park

Visit Sedona’s newest vortex. This jewel to behold sits majestically among the pinion and juniper pines, and is surrounded by a landscape of stunning crimson spires. On any given day, dozens of visitors trek up the short winding trails to the 36-foot Amitabha Stupa and the smaller Tara Stupa for prayer, meditation, healing, and the experience of peace in a sacred place.

Palatki Ruins

The ancient dwellings are located under a massive cliff in the red rock hillside which protects it from the rain and other harsh weather elements. The opposite trail features the unique petroglyphs and pictographs on the rock walls. Be sure to call ahead to reserve your spot to see these amazing ruins.

Jeep Tours

Tour the Old West and visit amazing natural wonders like Bear Wallow Canyon and the scenic volcanic Mogollon Rim Trail. These toys are perfect for those who are challenged by difficult hikes or horseback riding. Knowledgeable tour guides point out local sights and history as you travel by Jeep.

Star Gazing

There’s nothing quite like the view of the night sky over Sedona. Astronomy tours take you out to view the spectacular evening sky. Often voted one of the top activities in Sedona, star gazing tours put you in front of state of the art telescopes that give you an unparalleled view of the heavens.

Ballooning

Tour Sedona from the sky on a beautiful hot air balloon. Red Rock Balloon Adventures offers an “aerial nature walk” with serene views of the Sedona area. Glide over the serene Coconino National Forest without leaving a single footprint.

The Church of the Red Rocks

Regardless of your faith, the Church of the Red Rocks is an inspirational and spiritual place to visit in Sedona. Visit for the stunning views, the proximity to Sedona’s powerful vortexes, n opportunity to look within and find peace.

Things to Do in Sedona

Cathedral Rock Trail

Ever wondered how Sedona got its name or why the rocks are red? You’ll learn all about the history and geology of this beautiful area as you embrace your love for nature. Shop for timeless Native American jewelry and crafts, learn about the best shopping and dining spots in town and discover the unique and famous vortex sites Sedona has to offer.

Sedona Arts Center

Local art is a staple in Sedona. At this beautiful arts center, there is a piece of artwork for everyone. Even if you don’t end up buying anything, enjoy the beautiful sights and escape the daily grind in this gorgeous area.

Fun for Foodies

Sedona’s stunning physical beauty, dauntless history, and thriving place in the world of wine offers astounding surprises for wine enthusiasts. These tours are all-inclusive, private wine outings made just for your group. Pricing includes door-to-door transportation from all Verde Valley and Sedona wineries, all wine tasting fees and gratuities, gourmet hor d’oeuvres along the way and a devoted local guide to help you experience Arizona’s finest wines.

Wine Tours

Sedona’s stunning physical beauty, dauntless history, and thriving place in the world of wine offers astounding surprises for wine enthusiasts. These tours are all-inclusive, private wine outings made just for your group. Pricing includes door-to-door transportation from all Verde Valley and Sedona wineries, all wine tasting fees and gratuities, gourmet hor d’oeuvres along the way and a devoted local guide to help you experience Arizona’s finest wines.

Tlaquepaque Shopping Center

This is your ultimate shopping destination. Stop by the Oak Creek Brewery for lunch cocktail as you take in the beautiful sights of Sedona. A visit to this recreated Mexican village includes exquisite dining, local art galleries and stores featuring arts and crafts to find souvenirs.

Amitabha Stupa & Peace Park

Visit Sedona’s newest vortex. This jewel to behold sits majestically among the pinion and juniper pines, and is surrounded by a landscape of stunning crimson spires. On any given day, dozens of visitors trek up the short winding trails to the 36-foot Amitabha Stupa and the smaller Tara Stupa for prayer, meditation, healing, and the experience of peace in a sacred place.

Palatki Ruins

The ancient dwellings are located under a massive cliff in the red rock hillside which protects it from the rain and other harsh weather elements. The opposite trail features the unique petroglyphs and pictographs on the rock walls. Be sure to call ahead to reserve your spot to see these amazing ruins.

Jeep Tours

Tour the Old West and visit amazing natural wonders like Bear Wallow Canyon and the scenic volcanic Mogollon Rim Trail. These toys are perfect for those who are challenged by difficult hikes or horseback riding. Knowledgeable tour guides point out local sights and history as you travel by Jeep.

Star Gazing

There’s nothing quite like the view of the night sky over Sedona. Astronomy tours take you out to view the spectacular evening sky. Often voted one of the top activities in Sedona, star gazing tours put you in front of state of the art telescopes that give you an unparalleled view of the heavens.

Ballooning

Tour Sedona from the sky on a beautiful hot air balloon. Red Rock Balloon Adventures offers an “aerial nature walk” with serene views of the Sedona area. Glide over the serene Coconino National Forest without leaving a single footprint.

The Church of the Red Rocks

Regardless of your faith, the Church of the Red Rocks is an inspirational and spiritual place to visit in Sedona. Visit for the stunning views, the proximity to Sedona’s powerful vortexes, n opportunity to look within and find peace.

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