Sedona

Famous for its unique red sandstone formations, the Red Rocks of Sedona, the small city in north central Arizona was inhabited as early as 11,000 BCE and remained secluded until it was established as a home for retirees and a tourist destination in the 1950s. Continuously populated by several early Native American tribes, diverse rock art can be seen in many places. Sedona is home to a thriving arts community and hosts special events throughout the year, including a bluegrass festival and jazz festival and international film festival. It is also home to a different kind of tourism – New Age tourism. Many people visit annually to experience the “spiritual vortices” at 4 of Sedona’s most prominent natural landmarks. The Chapel of the Holy Cross, a 250-foot-tall Roman Catholic chapel built into the red rock cliffs outside of town.


What to Do in Sedona

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Thorpe Park
Thorpe Park offers Ultimate Sleepovers, Awesome Events and Extreme Rides. Some of the world class rides include; The Swarm, Saw, Stealth, Nemesis Inferno...
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Aquaplex
The Aquaplex is a recreational center for the community which is multi-scheduled and multi-generational. It provides a fitness venue for the community...
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Your price: $30
Arizona Raft Adventures
The Arizona Raft Adventures have been in operation since 1974. It has been bringing the best vacation ever with its whitewater rafting trip down the Colorado...
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Buffalo Park
The Buffalo Park first operated in the 1960’s as a zoo and was shut down. What remains of the zoo can be found at the entrance of the park with the rock...
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Coconino National Forest
The Coconino National Forest was founded in 1898 as the San Francisco Mountains National Forest Reserve. It covers a vast area of 1.856 million acres and...
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Cogdill Recreation Center
The Cogdill Recreation Center is a private company that provides a recreational venue and offers adaptive recreation programs designed to fit any ages....
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Flagstaff Climbing
The Flagstaff Climbing Center is situated in downtown Flagstaff. It features various climbing terrains with a height of more than 6,500 square feet that...
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Flagstaff Extreme Adventure Course
The Flagstaff Extreme Adventure Course is situated in the Historic Fort Tuthill County Park. It has an adult course that comprises of four large circuits...
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Kickstand Kafe
Kickstand Kafe is a fascinating coffee house that offers a spacious and comfortable seating area. It serves the popular Illy Café and the Italian Espresso...
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Museum of Northern Arizona
The Museum of Northern Arizona is a nonprofit institution that operates privately. It was established by a group of Flagstaff citizens in 1928. The museum...
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Your price: $34
NAU Art Museum
The Northern Arizona University Art Museum is a teaching institution that accentuates the variety of creative impulses, themes, media and voices of the...
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Riordan Mansion State Historic Park
The Riordan Mansion State Historic Park first opened publicly on August 4, 1983 and included only the Timothy A. Riordan east side of the house. The architect...
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Your price: $20
The Arboretum at Flagstaff
The Arboretum at Flagstaff covers an of 200 acres and is home to the Zion National Park and Grand Canyon. It showcases 2,500 species of which majority...
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Your price: $14
The Pioneer Museum
The Pioneer Museum is situated in the Cococino County Hospital for the indigent and was constructed in 1908. The museum showcases exhibits that tell the...
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Your price: $10
Walnut Canyon National Monument
The Walnut Canyon National Monument is situated approximately 16 kilometers southeast of downtown Flagstaff, Arizona. The elevation of the canyon rim is...
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Your price: $10
Wheeler Park
The Wheeler Park is a fascinating park for dogs that you can just leave and watch them play around. What’s great about the park is that they supply the...
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Wupatki National Monument
The Wupatki National Monument is under the administration of National Park Service in cooperation with the Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument. It...
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Your price: $10

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