• Martin Luther King Day Badge Icon

      You’ll find plenty of ways to celebrate the life and work of Dr. King during the month of January, especially if you take a short day trip to Phoenix. Start the weekend on Friday morning at 7 a.m. at the Phoenix Convention Center for the MLK Awards Breakfast. It’s where local leaders who are … [Read more...]

  • Pizza Margherita

      Visitors flock to Sedona for that famous southwest fare, but sometimes only a sizzling pie will do—don’t worry, at most pizzerias in town you can get a pie with southwestern flare! Check out Moondog’s Pizza and Dinner, which boasts New York-style with hand-tossed crust, roasted garlic in the house sauce, whole milk mozzarella and … [Read more...]

    Filed Under: Kid-Friendly, Restaurants

  • Banner With Christmas Tree On Dark Background

      Grab your hot chocolate for a little extra energy boost, because it’s going to be a busy month! Sedona is full of Christmas happenings, starting with Hillside Holiday Saturdays taking place every Saturday this month. Here you can enjoy holiday treats, goodies and specials as you shop for gifts. Take a break and visit … [Read more...]

  • Melted hot liquid chocolate with chocolate pieces. Background.

      On the prowl for holiday chocolates? Start your delicious journey at Lulu’s Chocolate Lounge, where every choice is wholly organic, fair-trade, vegan, paleo-friendly, free of soy and gluten, and sweetened naturally—all without compromising flavor. It’s artisanal chocolate at its finest, with truffles hand-crafted and almonds sprouted on site before being hand-crushed. Every gold wrapper … [Read more...]

  • Homemade Roasted Thanksgiving Day Turkey

      Cucina Rustica, known for its classic Italian cuisine, is surprisingly one of the most popular picks in Sedona for Thanksgiving dinner. Open on the big holiday and serving a special, traditional menu with Italian flare, it’s upscale, elegant, and ideal for an intimate holiday with loved ones. The sauté method is preferred here for … [Read more...]

  • Little girl having fun on Halloween trick or treat

      You’ll find plenty of tricks and treats in Verde Valley, including the City of Sedona Parks and Recreation Pumpkin Splash the Saturday before Halloween. In between searching for your perfect pumpkin, make a splash in the public pool. Battle it out with epic spooky games, decorate your pumpkin, and explore a glow in the … [Read more...]

  • Native American Pueblo Pottery.

      Palatki means “red house” in the Hopi language, and it’s the perfect name for this archaeological site. Located in the Coconino National Forest close to Sedona, the Palatki site features gorgeous red sandstones, ancient cliff dwellings, and was built circa 1100 – 1400 CE. A testament to the Sinagua people, part of the Ancient … [Read more...]

    Filed Under: Culture, Kid-Friendly, Outdoors

  • 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...]


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