Located within Jordan Historical Park, the Sedona Heritage Museum was once a homestead for the Jordan Family and is now, along with the Sedona Historical Society, working with the community to preserve the ever-growing history of Sedona. The Museum routinely hosts events and is a beautiful spot for weddings or pictures of scenic red rock views.
Tip: Take a peek at Sedona’s movie history with a visit to the telegraph office, originally built about 100 years ago and used as a railroad depot in Winona, AZ. The building has been lovingly restored and relocated to the Museum property. The building was once used as a telegraph office on the movie set of Angel and the Badman starring John Wayne and Gail Russell.
Driving Directions: From the Visitor Center, 331 Forest Road, turn left on 89A. At the circle, take the 2nd exit to Jordan Rd for 0.5 miles to the Museum entrance.
Amenities: Restrooms, picnicking, photography, historic buildings. Nature walking paths within the park. Museum fee required.