The Official Tourism Bureau Website - Welcome to Sedona, Arizona!

All the businesses in Oak Creek Canyon, along with the entire city of Sedona is safe and open for business after the Slide Fire at the end of May.  Drivers traveling between Sedona and Flagstaff received welcome news when the Arizona Department of Transportation lifted restrictions and opened the “switchbacks” section of State Route 89A to motorists, well ahead of schedule. There are currently no construction/fire-related restrictions along SR 89A between Sedona and Flagstaff.

Often called "Red Rock Country" Sedona is a four seasons playground for everyone - whether you're into history and archaeology; arts and culture; shopping; outdoor sports; or the spiritual and metaphysical, imagine doing all this in a backdrop of some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. This picturesque city is surrounded by red-rock monoliths named Coffeepot, Cathedral and Thunder Mountain. At the north end of the city is the stunning Oak Creek Canyon, a breathtaking chasm that is wildly wonderful. Natural endowments aside, you'll also find world-class hotels, resorts, bed and breakfasts and a very good variety of dining to keep you satisfied. Escape the chaos of life, kick back and relax in Sedona.

Include Sedona in your Grand Canyon area visit

Exploring the Grand Canyon is a wonderful experience, but you won’t want to miss Sedona as part of your Arizona adventure.

Just a short drive south through scenic Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona offers inspiring overlooks, hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails, and beautiful red rock vistas.

Visitors enjoy Sedona’s seasonal changes in a red rock playground where families can escape, romantic adventures begin and photographers dreams come true. Sedona offers healing & restorative therapies, adrenaline inducing off-road tours including Jeep and Hummer excursions, and a shopper’s paradise. Experience the cool, crisp mountain air of Oak Creek Canyon and be mesmerized by the glowing red rock formations.  Read here for Alternative Recreation Resources near to Sedona.

Summer in Sedona

Sedona didn't invent summer. It just carefully preserved the greatest summer you ever had and held onto it for you. Come experience it again. And bring the whole family.

On the first Friday of every month, many of Sedona’s prominent art galleries host an evening of openings, demonstrations and receptions. The Sedona Trolley offers free transportation during the 1st Friday Gallery Tour, circulating from Uptown to the world-class galleries clustered in small plazas like Hozho Center and Hillside Sedona. Crowds move through the delicious twilight that cradles Sedona, nibbling food and gazing at everything from fine art to funkier creations.

July 26 - SEDONA'S 10th ANNUAL NATIONAL DAY OF THE COWBOY CELEBRATION- in Uptown Sedona Main Street District from 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.; Enjoy “cowboy goin’s on”: gunfights, roping, bullwhip cracking, re-enactments, storytelling, music, artists. Free event presented by Sedona Main Street Program, Red Rock Posse and area businesses.

August 1-3 - SEDONA HUMMINGBIRD FESTIVAL- Timed to coincide with the peak in hummingbirds migrating through the area, the festival offers presentations by world hummingbird experts, hummingbird garden tours, banding demonstrations, and sunrise breakfasts with the hummingbirds. The festival is sponsored by the International Hummingbird Society. 800-529-3699

August 30-31: RED ROCKS MUSIC FESTIVAL- Red Rocks Music Festival presents The Magnificent Blend of Voice& Strings and Afternoon in Paris, featuring world acclaimed artists. 877-733-7257

Click here for a listing of all Sedona's events.

Official Sedona Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center

Don't forget to visit us at the Official Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center when you arrive in Sedona (look for the blue sign!)  We're located at 331 Forest Road & Hwy 89A in Uptown Sedona. We will assist you with everything you need to know about Sedona, and will provide you with maps, directions, advice, and suggestions to make your stay in Sedona special!  For more information call us at 1-800-288-7336 or click here.

Visitor Guide - Experience Sedona Guide

Want to know where to eat?  Where to shop?  Where to stay?  Curious about special events?  Sedona's unique history?  Or would you like to view a map of our most famous hiking trails?  Receive all the information you need from our Experience Sedona Guide.  You can order our glossy, magazine-style Experience Sedona Guide, or view the guide online for free!  Click here for more information.