• Chapel Of The Holy Cross

      Easily the most famous landmark in Sedona, every visitor is drawn to Chapel of the Holy Cross—the standout destination showcased in the red rocks. While it’s a popular religious and faith-based destination, no visit is complete without a trip to the Chapel regardless of faith. The gift shop touts rosaries, nativities, statues, jewelry, menorahs, … [Read more...]

  • There's a strong bond between rider and horse

      Explore the Wild West at this replica Old West town with a saloon, a variety of adventures, and some of the best shopping and dining in Sedona. In Frontier Town, visitors are whisked back to simpler days, relaxing on a vintage tractor pull via a 1940s John Deere for a ride around the ranch. … [Read more...]

  • Young woman with ice cream cone

      Summer is coming to an end, but days can still get hot in Sedona. Fortunately, there’s a variety of delectable ice cream destinations in town, like Sabrina’s Ice Cream for gourmet cups and cones along with gourmet coffee and light bites. Located near downtown, it’s the perfect pit stop if you’re craving something sweet … [Read more...]

  • Sharing some culture

      In the heart of Sedona, the Heritage Museum is the caretaker of local history. Entertainment, research, education and fun are the mission of this organization. The location was originally a homestead for the Jordan Family, now operated by the Sedona Historical Society to preserve and showcase the history of the region. Offering community activities, … [Read more...]

  • Montezuma Castle

      A quick trip to nearby Camp Verde takes visitors to one of the most renowned national monuments in the region. Four historic and cultural Antiquities Act sites in the Sedona area were hailed in 1906 by Theodore Roosevelt, establishing the country’s first National Monuments. Montezuma Castle was hailed as having the greatest “ethnological and … [Read more...]

    Filed Under: Culture, Kid-Friendly, Outdoors

  • Quadricycle in the mountains

      Sedona is home to a variety of reputable ATV rental and tour guide companies, and it’s a fantastic way to explore the gorgeous area with a fresh perspective. Available seven days per week, including holidays, ATVing lets you access areas and trails you couldn’t manage on foot or with any other vehicle. Fun and … [Read more...]

  • Tasty hamburger with french fries and beer on wooden table

      Nothing stirs up an appetite like a day of hiking, ATVing, antiquing or historic site-hopping in Sedona. Satisfy your cravings for a southwestern-style diner burger at one of the city’s most wildly popular for locals. Outlaw Grille is known for their award-winning baby back pork ribs, and getting a side of onion rings, piggy … [Read more...]

    Filed Under: Kid-Friendly, Restaurants

  • Closeup of fresh sushi on wooden board

      Sedona might be known for its Mexican fusion cuisine, but if only the best in Japanese fare will do, you’re in luck. Sedona is also home to some authentic picks, like Hiro’s Sushi and Japanese Kitchen. The weekday lunch special is a favorite and boasts a chicken karaage bowl, tofu/chicken yakisoba, udon soup or … [Read more...]

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  • Trekking

      For avid outdoor adventurers, not even the sizzling heat of a Sedona July can stop a hike. Broken Arrow Trail is one of the best in the area, but plan for a sunrise hike to beat the heat while taking advantage of a gorgeous time of day. The trail itself is just 1.5 miles … [Read more...]

    Filed Under: Kid-Friendly, Outdoors

  • Fourth of July

      Fireworks celebrations have a tough time battling the starlit Sedona skies 365 days per year. However, there are still plenty of ways to show off your patriotism during a Fourth of July in Sedona, starting with the Tlaquepaque’s Sizzlin’ Summer Bash. Held every Fourth of July weekend at the Arts and Crafts Village, this … [Read more...]

    Filed Under: Holidays, Kid-Friendly

 

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