Explore Sedona's unique attractions and natural beauty.
Whether seen from the back of a horse following trails forged by Western heroes of the Silver Screen, or from the unique vantage point of a hot-air balloon or bright red bi-plane, without question the awesome beauty of Sedona’s Red Rocks continues to be the greatest attraction of this incredible area. Man has made his contributions to Sedona’s splendor, as well. The Chapel of the Holy Cross, designed by a disciple of Frank Lloyd Wright, sits amongst the Red Rocks, 200 feet above the valley floor. A charming replica of a Mexican village enchants the visitor with tree-shaded cobblestone walkways lined by elegant and distinctive shops.
Sedona is truly a perfect “jumping-off” spot for many those who wish to visit some of the other wonders of North-Central Arizona. The Grand Canyon is only 110 miles north, and the former ghost town of Jerome is nearby as well. Walnut Canyon, Meteor and Sunset Craters and Montezuma’s Castle and Well are all just a short drive away. Group and custom tours are available for those who wish a guided experience.
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Scenic train rides are the perfect family activity.
Educational and fun wildlife experiences abound in Sedona.
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- Sedona, AZ 86336
- Phone: (928) 554-5171
- Interstate 40, Exit 233 Winslow, AZ 86047
- Phone: (928) 289-5898