About Sedona

Sedona has evolved from a small agricultural community into an artist's sanctuary and a tourist's dream. Four major regions offer significant contributions to Greater Sedona. You'll find lovely accommodations and year-round comfort with more than 40 galleries, unique shops and countless attractions.

Village of Oak Creek/Chapel Area

Located on the southernmost end of Sedona is Oak Creek, a village that offers premiere galleries, shops and a superb shopping experience at the charming Tlaquepaque, a recreated Mexican village. The Sedona Golf Resort offers fine dining at the Grill at Shadow Rock. This area is also called the Chapel area, due to the proximity to the Chapel of the Holy Cross, designed by a student of Frank Lloyd Wright. The Village area offers upscale dining, golf, tennis, shopping and accommodations including the Poco Diablo Resort, the suites at DoubleTree and Wildflower Inn.

The fiery-hued rock formations you'll find in this area include the famous Bell Rock, with its energy vortex, close to the Chapel of the Holy Cross.

Drink in fresh air and experience elevating surroundings while you continue up Highway 179 towards Sedona proper. At the "Y" junction of highways 179 and 89A, you'll find a Visitor Center nearby.

Uptown Sedona

Turn right onto Highway 89A, and you're headed to uptown Sedona. There are shops located in a major retail plaza along the highway that are within easy walking distance.

Rich in culture, the Uptown area offers the Sedona Arts Center, which includes a school and gallery, with works exhibited by various artists. Next, pay a visit to the Sedona Heritage Museum, the original farmstead of one of Sedona's founding families, the Jordans. Exhibits include written narratives, vintage orchard equipment and photographs, which depict the area's early history.

Outstanding accommodations in hotels and intimate bed and breakfasts are offered in Uptown. These include the European-style L'Auberge de Sedona. Rattlesnake sausage and a Pink Lizard to wash it down are featured at the nearby Cowboy Club.

Oak Creek Canyon

Follow Highway 89A North through one of the most beautiful and scenic drives in America, as noted by Rand-McNally. The tree-lined canyon offers quiet austerity and invites self-reflection as you meander through.

Many secluded spots here offer sanctuary and quiet rooms, with space to relieve your mind of daily stresses and anxiety. Charming accommodations may be found at locations like the Junipine Resort.

Hiking and fishing are two favorite pastimes in Oak Creek. Bring your fishing license during the warm months when the creek is well stocked. Take a seat on the sun-warmed rocks and contemplate the satisfying natural world.

Dappled sunlight reflects on the water at nature's playground in Slide Rock State Park. Bring your camera as children at play frolic down the 30 foot natural rock slide. Easy hiking surrounds the area, but wear comfortable shoes with traction, as the path is often slippery.

If you follow Highway 89A north, you will eventually see Steamboat Rock and arrive in Flagstaff, which features the largest Ponderosa Pine forest in the world. Just a few miles West of Flagstaff, off Interstate 40, you'll find skiing, and the original Route 66 running through the charming town of Williams. This is also the town where you catch the train to see the Grand Canyon National Park for a scenic day trip.

West Sedona

Wind your way back down Highway 89A to the 'Y' junction at Highway 179 in downtown Sedona. Travel through this intersection to enjoy the many faces of Sedona's west side. You will find interesting shops, fine dining, including Fournos Restaurant, grocery stores and quaint bed and breakfasts like the Lantern Light Inn.

Sedona's airport offers activities like barnstorming the canyon at the Red Rock Biplane Tours, or rising to meet red monoliths in an aircraft from AeroVista.

Growing by leaps and bounds, this area has acquired a beautiful new Cultural Park and Visitor Center, which opened in the summer of 2000. Featured at the hub of the park's 50 acres is the new Georgia Frontiere Pavilion. Home of the annual Jazz on the Rocks concert in September, and the Sedona Ecofest benefit event in October, this amphitheater features unique openwork architecture. From this vantage point, enjoy panoramic northern views of the Cockscomb, Chimney Rock and the majestic Coffee Pot Rock.

Drive a little further west, then head south down the Lower Red Rock Loop Road for a satisfying journey into the Red Rock State Park. Red Rock Park's fee area offers a picnic retreat at Red Rock Crossing. This is one of the most photographed locations in the world.

Many opportunities exist in the area for photography and study of the early indigenous cultures. Take a short ride to the pueblo ruins at Palatki and Honanki, which are closest to Sedona. A little further out you'll discover Tuzigoot National Monument in Clarkdale. If you have some leisure time, be sure and take the wilderness train at Clarkdale for an enjoyable journey by rail through red-laced canyons. Jerome is nearby, which offers unusual charm. Its shops and homes are built on the sharp incline of a slowly sliding mountain slope.

  • Montezuma Castle National Monument

    2800 Montezuma Castle Highway Rimrock, AZ 86322 United States - Phone: +1 928 567 3322
    Visit the ruins of a once-prosperous community of the ancient Sinagua. One of the best-preserved cliff dwellings in North America, the Montezuma's Castle boasts five stories and 20 rooms. Inhabited more than 600 years ago, much of the building is still intact. The best time of the year to visit is December and January. Binoculars would be beneficial for a closer view. Walkways are provided and are wheelchair-accessible. Check website for further details.
  • Montezuma Well

    4286 Branding Iron Place Rimrock, AZ 86322 United States - Phone: +1 928 567 3322
    Created by underground springs, this limestone sinkhole near Montezuma's Castle was once a large underground cavern. Now a natural well surrounded by Indian cliff dwellings, it is home to plant and animal life found nowhere else in the world. Warm underground springs maintain an unusually stable habitat in the well. Prehistoric farmers utilized this well for crop irrigation. Note that the address given above is for Montezuma's Castle; the well is located northeast of the castle. The 1/3-mile walkway is not recommended for wheelchairs.
  • Verde Canyon Railroad

    300 North Broadway Clarkdale, AZ 86324 United States - Phone: +1 800 320 0718
    Travel by rail through protected wilderness reservations and view Sinagua Indian ruins. Experience the main mode of transportation during the area's bustling mining days, when the first railroad was completed in 1882. This family-friendly opportunity is worth the trip to Clarkdale. On Friday evenings, treat yourself to the Grape Train Escape wine-tasting tour, and on Saturday nights, try the romantic Starlight Tour.
  • Sedona Red Rock Jeep Tours

    270 N Highway 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 6826
    Ride the same trail as General George Crook during the final Apache campaign or explore magnificent canyons of Doe Mountain and the Cockscombs. For a magical experience try the unique Vortex Tours, where the origins of these powerful energy spots are explored. Group events are welcome; special rates are available on request. For further information, visit their website.
  • Slide Rock State Park

    6871 North Highway 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 3034
    With an elevation of nearly 5,000 feet, the park features a 30-foot natural rockslide within the creek. Take a couple of hours and enjoy the nature walk while you relax under the Arizona sunshine. Visit the onsite market. Camping and hotel accommodations are offered in Oak Creek and nearby Sedona. Swimming is allowed, however, water quality varies, so please call +1 602 542 0202 to verify its current accessibility. Bathrooms are accessible; however, other park areas are limited. Credit cards are not accepted.
  • Jerome

    State Route 89A @ Main Street Jerome, AZ 86331 United States - Phone: +1 928 634 7943
    Jerome, a historical township is definitely worth a visit. Originally a mining town for about 70 years, this little community survives on the sliding-edge of a hillside. Through the years, many buildings have taken the fall including, at one point, the town jail. Sporting gorgeous views and lovely bed & breakfasts, the quaint storefronts and small town ambiance attract multitudes of artists, writers and tourists. Shops and galleries flourish here, including Nature's Landscapes. If you have time, visit the Mining Museum. Credit cards and hours will vary by merchant.
  • Tuzigoot National Monument

    100 Main St Clarkdale, AZ 86324 United States - Phone: +1 928 634 5564
    View the ruins of a once prosperous agrarian civilization from atop a high ridge. The people who lived here, the Sinagua, cultivated this land from about 1100-1400 A.D. Originally consisting of approximately 110 rooms, the structure at one time sported three stories in places. Investigate the visitor's center, then follow interpretive trails—walk the paths of a strong and persistent people. The monument is located about 20 miles southwest of Sedona off highway 89A in Clarkdale. Admission is USD3 per person, cash only. Other ancient ruins nearby include Montezuma's Castle and Well.
  • Sedona Heritage Museum

    735 Jordan Rd Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 7038
    This local museum utilizes the old farmstead of the Jordan family to educate about the heritage of greater Sedona. Various antique farming implements and vintage orchard equipment are displayed. Focus is on the pioneers and early agriculture, the many films created here and also an exhibit from the U.S. Forest Service. Check out the gift shop before you depart, which offers fine items from local artisans. Regular tours are offered daily, please call for further information. Admission is USD3 (cash only) for adults and free for those 12 and under.
  • Northern Light Balloon Expeditions

    W Hwy 89A and Lower Red Rock Loop Rd Sedona, AZ 86339 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 2274
    Rise above the mundane in an FAA certified hot air balloon. Since the 70s, this company has thrilled visitors with Sedona's incomparable views from a higher perspective. All pilots exceed FAA minimum. Chase vehicles utilized are four wheel drive for added dependability and safety. Experience the glorious color of the red rock region with the singular experience of a sunrise balloon flight. Call for further information and reservations, usually at least one day in advance. This service provides hotel pick up at no additional cost.
  • Red Rock State Park

    4050 Red Rock Loop Rd Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 6907
    The Red Rock State Park park is an open-sky theatre of fabulous rock formations. Sprawled across 286 unspoiled acres, this popular park is the perfect starting point for hiking, picnicking, bird watching and photography. At an elevation of approximately 3,900 feet, the air is always invigorating. Enjoy the soothing sights and sounds of the natural creek threading the landscape, but please save the joy of swimming for the fish and animals who make this land their home. A visitor's center and gift shop completes the package for those who seek knowledge of America's Southwest.
  • A Day In The West--Horse & Jeep Tours

    252 N Hwy 89 A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 4320
    Free your adventurous spirit with a group tour in a saddle or aboard an authentic jeep into the heart of Sedona's scenic backroads. Whether you choose a leisurely trip into Boynton Canyon or a more robust encounter on primitive roads leading to the private ranch facility, you will thrill to the memorable transport and surroundings. Arrange a group tour, wedding, or corporate incentive tour with the staff here. Tours run one and one-half to four hours in length and range in price from $32-139 per person, subject to change. The minimum age for children to participate is seven years. Call for reservations and further information.
  • Gateway Visitor Centers

    45 Sunset Drive Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 4119
    Three informative centers are offered in the Sedona area. Stop in for local information, recreation opportunities and general attraction guides: North Gateway Visitor Center, State Route 89A at Oak Creek Canyon's top entrance; Uptown Sedona's Gateway Visitor Center, State Route 89A at the Oak Creek Chamber of Commerce in Uptown Sedona; and, South Sedona's Gateway Visitor Center, Tequa 7000, off State Route 179 at the Village of Oak Creek.
  • Red Rock Biplane Tours

    1225 Airport Road Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 204 5939
    Red Rock Biplane Tours has been providing the exciting "barnstorming" experiences to passengers in the red rock region for about four years, and local airplane flights for more than 11 years. Take a spin in a new open cockpit Super Waco Bi-plane for breathtaking views and a glorious adrenalin rush. Pilots here exceed the commercial requirements for flying hours, having thousands under their belts, and are knowledgeable of the local terrain. Tours range from USD36-USD215 and are subject to change. Please call for reservations and further information.
  • Pink Jeep Tours

    204 North State Route 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 5000 / +1 800 873 3662(Toll Free)
    Feed your hunger for adventure with an exciting jeep tour of the incomparable red rock region in Sedona. Choose from five amazing tours where cameras are not optional equipment. Discover ancient rock art or wind your way through the past on a guided tour to pueblo ruins. For the brave at heart, the broken arrow tour is the featured choice here, exceeding guest expectations by climbing Sedona's red rocks to observe and enjoy exceptional views. This company has been offering local tours since the 50s. Tours last about 1 1/2-2 1/2 hours in length and reservations must be made to ensure a spot. If making reservations less than 24-hours in advance, please call to confirm availability and secure your time with a credit card.
  • Sedona Trolley

    201 North State Route 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 5400 / +1 928 282 4211
    First-time visitors to Sedona shouldn't miss these 55-minute trolley tours. The "A" tour stops at Los Abrigados, Poco Diablo and L'Auberge de Sedona as well as to the area's most unique shopping venues including Tlaquepaque and Hillside Sedona. Tour "B" is a more scenic-oriented route, accessing the Old Marketplace, the Western Canyons, Enchantment Resort and Dry Creek Road. Departures are every hour, on the hour, from the Cheers store, adjacent to the Sedona Chamber of Commerce in Uptown Sedona.
  • Sedona Sacred Tours

    460 Andante Drive Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 254 0005
    This company provides visitors with a unique opportunity to discover the beauty and history of Northern Arizona. With your friendly and knowledgeable guides, you can travel to the Grand Canyon, float down the Colorado River and through stunning Antelope Canyon, or visit the Sinagua Indian Ruins. Also be sure to check out the all-inclusive tour of the Hopi Mesas.
  • Chapel of the Holy Cross

    780 Chapel Road Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 4069
    Designed by a Frank Lloyd Wright student, Marguerite Brunswig Staude, the chapel was built in 1956 and rises 200 feet from the ground between two large red rock formations. One of the most distinctive features is a 90-foot cross, which can be seen from the ground along State Route 179. A massive stained glass window turns the chapel's interior into a kaleidoscope of color at certain times of the day. No services are held here, but it provides an ideal setting for spiritual reflection and prayer as well as incredible views of the Red Rocks. Admission is free, but donations are appreciated.
  • Red Rock Balloon Adventures

    105 Canyon Diablo Road Sedona, AZ 86351 United States - Phone: +1 800 258 3754 (Toll Free)
    Rise above the mundane in sumptuous style in a guided hot-air balloon. Take an early morning ride and float with the wind above incomparable red rock vistas. Do not be surprised to spy wildlife as well as breathtaking scenery. All pilots are licensed through the FAA and possess intimate knowledge of the area. Landing includes a champagne picnic and a certificate for having flown with the group. Included with your reservation is a videotape of the flight to capture your memories.
  • Center For the New Age

    341 State Route 179 Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 888 881 6651 (Toll free)
    Visit this alternative healing center for a special treatment from the "New Age." Take a weekend sabbatical and delve into the mysteries of your soul or rid yourself of unwanted addictions. Wedding coordination is offered and a private island venue is available at the center. Private psychic and tarot readings, spiritual massage, astrological reports and vortex tours are just a few of the many services offered here. A good selection of spiritual books, crystals and assorted mystical products are also available for purchase.
  • Energy Vortexes

    AZ-179 & Bell Rock Blvd Sedona, AZ 86351 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 4119 (Visitor Information)
    Sedona possesses several naturally occurring energy vortexes, which could be described as subtle, spiraling currents that emanate from the earth. Purported to increase spiritual growth and personal enlightenment, these spots are incredibly popular. Visitors from far-flung locations worldwide come to experience the sensations from contact with these vortexes. You'll find four in the area including Boynton Canyon, Bell Rock, Cathedral Rock and near the Sedona Airport. Credit cards are not accepted and parking at Red Rock requires a pass. Call for further information.
  • Earth Wisdom Jeep Tours

    293 st HWY 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 4714 / +1 800 482 4714 (Toll Free)
    Inspirational journeys into Sedona's red rocks may be a life changing experience. Pilgrims worldwide come to focus their energies and connect with the earth. This tour company has been arranging trips to the local Energy Vortexes and the outback by foot and jeep for more than a decade. Tours that combine area mysticism, lore and panoramic beauty range in price from $38-58 per person. Custom group tours are also available. Call for reservations and further information, or visit their website.
  • Sky High Balloon Adventures

    105 Canyon Diablo Road Sedona, AZ 86351 United States - Phone: +1 800 551 7597
    Travel light in a balloon guided by a seasoned pilot. Travel to the launch area, and then view the preparations and balloon inflation. Once in the air, you will gently lift and flow with the gentle air currents. Landing is a snap, with state-of-the-art chasing rigs. For a moment, experience a "Splash 'n Dash," in which you momentarily ride on the water before landing for a superb champagne picnic and celebratory toast. Call for further information and reservations.
  • Sky Safari

    770 Sunshine Lane Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 204 5939 / +1 888 866 7433(Toll Free)
    Charter an air tour with guides familiar with the Sedona area. Located at the Sedona Airport, all pilots are FAA certified and insured. Narrated tours include aerial visits to the Meteor Crater, the largest extra-terrestrial rock in the world, Secret Canyon or a 10-minute tour of Sedona's red rocks. Longer tours include beautiful Canyon de Chelly, Lake Powell, Monument Valley, the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon or customize a tour. Fees range from USD25-299 per person. Please call for further information and to make reservations.
  • Clarkdale

    100 Main St Clarkdale, AZ 86324 United States - Phone: +1 928 634 9438
    Twenty miles Northwest of Sedona lies the little town of Clarkdale. Founded in 1912, the place was originally a mining town. Today, the population is just more than 3,000 residents and the economic base is related to various industries including tourism, plastics and cement. For 10 days beginning the first Friday in December, you may view the collections from local artists at the annual "Made in Clarkdale Art Show" event. Clarkdale is also the location for daily tours of the beautiful canyons from the Verde Canyon Railroad.
  • Palatki

    250 Brewer Road Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 520 282 4119 (Ranger Station)
    Palatki ruins believed to have been occupied from A.D. 1130 to 1280 A.D. are located northwest of Sedona and are accessible from West Highway 89A by taking Red Canyon Road North. One of Sedona's largest ruins, two trails lead to the alcoves and dual pueblos. There is a small fee associated with visiting this site. Two other ruins are nearby; Honanki, and Tuzigoot in Clarkdale. Call the Sedona Ranger District Station at the number above to check road conditions.
  • Honanki

    250 Brewer Road Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 4119
    Built by the Sinagua around A.D. 1130-1280, Honanki is Hopi for Bear House. Of masonry construction, this exceptional pueblo is one of the region's largest, having once held 60 rooms. Another site close to this location is at Palatki, which also offers a small visitor's center. Please call the Ranger District Office in Sedona for current hours, fees and road conditions leading to the site.
  • Marvelous Marv's Grand Canyon Tours

    200 West Railroad Avenue Williams, AZ 86046 United States - Phone: +1 928 707 0291
    Take a relaxing, private tour from Marvelous Marv, locally known as the "Indiana Jones of the Grand Canyon." Marv will pick up four-14 guests from Williams or Tusayan accommodations, then transport them directly to the Grand Canyon's South rim for a bite of lunch (not included) at the Yavapai Cafeteria, shopping, sight seeing and an easy hike. Marv's extensive knowledge of the history and lore of the region adds exceptional entertainment. On the return trip, a viewing of the "Grand Canyon, the Hidden Secrets" at the IMAX Theater is included. Guests are returned to the Williams area around 6p each evening.
  • Sedona Arts Center

    15 Art Barn Rd Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 3809
    Beginning as a community effort to encourage arts, the center now includes a school with various classes and exhibitions. Enjoy juried shows from visiting or local guest artists, as well as the annual Sculpture Walk. Plays, too, are featured and are produced by the local professional Oak Creek Theatre Company as well as amateur groups like the Sedona Arts Center Community Theatre. The center is located in uptown Sedona, off Hwy 89A. Shop the gift gallery for works from more than 120 member artists. But remember to bring cash, as credit cards are not accepted.
  • Rainbow Trout Farm

    3500 North State Route 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 5799
    If your fishing is a little slow, you can always rely on this fresh fish farm to pinch-hit. Beautiful corn-fed rainbow trout are just waiting for you to come and get them. Bring the kids, let them bait the hook, then drop in the line, and voila!, instant supper! If you are a bit queasy about finishing the job, the skilled assistants will help you out. Buy it by the pound, the bigger your catch, the bigger the price tag. Go ahead, give it a try!
  • Bell Rock

    6246 State Route 179 Sedona, AZ 86351 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 7722 (Tourist information)
    This rock is easily recognized by its stately shape and unusual red color. The object of many visitors' pointed cameras, this rock becomes more than it appears at first glance. Possessing one of four Energy Vortexes in the area, this is a highly popular attraction. Located near the Bell Rock Inn whose rooms offer incredible views, this rock possesses energy of the "active" type, which spirals up, encircling you. Experiment sensing this energy while on the rock by first briskly rubbing your hands together, then hold your palms first upward with arms outstretched, then downward, feeling the invisible forces at work either lifting or pushing down.
  • Chapel at Tlaquepaque

    336 Street Highway 179 Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 4838
    In the courtyard at Tlaquepaque's arts and crafts village resides a small chapel for small ceremonies. Regular services are not held in this non-denominational facility. Contained within are pews which hold 36 and an altar backdropped by a painting by local artist Eileen Conn. Reservations can be made.
  • Arizona Helicopter Adventures

    235 Air Terminal D Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 0904 / +1 800 282 5141(Toll Free)
    Treat yourself to a first-rate tour of the Sedona area by helicopter. Choose from adventures with magnificent views of Sedona's red rocks. Go on the  Red Rock Roundup which offers beautiful Chapel area views including Cathedral Rock, the Chapel of the Holy Cross and Bell Rock. For a longer ride, try the popular 30-minute Sedona Deluxe, which offers an extended experience into the Boynton and Secret Canyons.

  • The Smoki Museum

    147 North Arizona Avenue Prescott, AZ 86301 United States - Phone: +1 928 445 1230
    During the early part of the 20th century, some citizens banded together to preserve the traditions of Northern Arizona and Prescott. This group of "Smoki People" began collections in the 20s, which have since evolved into the present museum. Collections include kachinas and basketry, prehistoric items like jewelry and pottery as well as stone artifacts. A collection from the southwestern artist Kate Cory is also featured.
  • Red Rock Crossing/Crescent Moon Ranch Picnic Area

    Upper Red Rock Loop Rd & Verde Valley School Rd Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 4119 (Sedona Ranger District)
    Visit this highly photographed spot that has Cathedral Rock as a backdrop. Bring a picnic lunch and a pair of binoculars for bird watching. This lovely place offers picnic tables and vaulted toilets. Enjoy walking the path and learning the history of the area. Many movies were filmed here at the crossing including "Broken Arrow". Take Highway 89A west to the Upper Red Rock Loop Road and head south; then follow the signs. Note that water is unavailable here.
  • Tlaquepaque

    336 State Highway 179 Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 4838
    The Indian name of this retreat simply means "the best of everything". This picturesque recreated Mexican Village offers a unique collection of galleries, restaurants, shops and a small chapel. Named for a particularly beautiful suburb of Mexico's Guadalajara, the open-air market built in the '70s exudes the flavor of Mexico. Fine dining is available at several on-site restaurants including El Rincon or Rene at Tlaquepaque. Lovely galleries abound, such as Mountain Trails, with wildlife paintings and sculptures; you can also find spiritual artwork from American Indian artists at Bear Cloud Gallery.
  • Tour Red Rock Crossing

    Upper Red Rock Loop Rd & Verde Valley School Rd Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 4119 (Sedona Ranger District)
    Wintertime in Sedona offers lovely opportunities in some areas that are commonly busy during the peak season. Rise early and head out to the self-guided Crescent Moon trail at Red Rock Crossing, the location of more than 60 motion pictures. For a nominal fee(USD5) you may park and access the trail and picnic area. Bring your camera for tranquil photos of Cathedral Rock's red beauty, reflected in the waters of Oak Creek. Though an easy trail to follow, be certain to bring water, as none is available.
  • Out of Africa Wildlife Park

    3505 West 260 Camp Verde, AZ 86322 United States - Phone: +1 928 567 2840
    Up close and personal, that's what you'll get when you visit the Out of Africa Wildlife Park. You will hardly believe your eyes when a 600-pound African Lion struts his way past the yellow safari vehicle you're on the edge of your seat in. Out of Africa Wildlife Park started as a research project to see what would happen if wild animals were to co-exist among humans in the animals habitat. What started as a hypothesis turned into a beautiful 104-acre nature preservation that allows humans to interact with exotic animals from around the globe. Be sure to bring your camera because there are over 400 different animals living on the preservation.
  • Oak Creek Canyon

    Highway 89 Sedona, AZ 86339 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 3034
    Rand-McNally named Highway 89's panoramic path through Oak Creek Canyon one of the most beautiful drives in America, designating it Arizona's first scenic route. Towering trees line the beds of Oak Creek, whose natural springs are said to have healing powers. The water winds through mountain shadows to Sedona's famed red rock vistas. Four mild seasons support a canyon kaleidoscope of wildlife, foliage, and fun. Attractions include hiking, biking and trout fishing and be sure to stop at the Slide Rock State Park.
  • Great West Adventure Co.

    2435 Stanley Steamer Drive Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 204 5506
    While in Sedona you cannot miss the opportunity to see the Grand Canyon's southern rim. This part of the Canyon is the deepest and widest. Travel to this natural wonder from the comfort of a luxury coaches, with an informative guide educating you along the way. Once you reach the Canyon, the guides escort you to the premiere observation locations. You can visit a number of restaurants and souvenir shops before enjoying the relaxing trip back to Sedona. Call +1 877 367 2383 (Toll Free).
  • Sedona Jeep Tours

    273 North Highway 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 6656
    Sedona Jeep Tours is more than just a tour. First you travel along the mountainside where you see Sedona's spectacular scenery, amazing rock formations and the natural splendor of this magical place. Then you start the aggressive climb up the mountain until you reach the top. There, you'll see the most amazing sunset with incredible views of the entire region. This thrilling tour will leave you wanting more.
  • EagleRider Motorcycle Rental of Sedona

    6560 Highway 179 Sedona, AZ 86351 United States - Phone: +1 866 392 0747
    Experience Sedona on a Harley! EagleRider offers variety of motorcycle rentals, any of which will prove perfect for cruising down the highways and marveling at the wonderful views. Cruise out to dozens of vista points within Sedona, or take trip up to the Grand Canyon's south rim, where you can see the Canyon at its widest! Wherever your travels may take you, EagleRider's got a bike for you.
  • Grand Canyon Caverns

    Mile Marker 115, Route 66 Peach Springs, AZ 86434 United States - Phone: +1 928 422 3223
    These are the largest dry caverns in the U.S. The tour reveals mother nature at her finest after 35 million years in the making! Guests are escorted via elevator 21 stories below ground to witness the beauty and grandeur of these rare dry caverns. Only 3% of the caverns are dry. The air is drawn in from the Grand Canyon through 60 miles of limestone caves and crevasses. The trails are concrete and are approximately 3/4 mile long. Half the tour is wheelchair accessible. The caverns are larger than three football fields- no worry about claustrophobia in here. Inside, view a 15 foot sloth and mummified bobcat. If you need more, there are also off-trail exploratory caverns tours.
  • Cathedral Rock

    Lower Red Rock Loop Road Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 7722
    A rock formation, also known as 'lovers', as believed by the natives was created by the Great Spirit. A couple of lovers who always argued, were asked by Him to look around at the beautiful surroundings and count their blessings. The couple has never argued ever since and stands in perfect harmony. The red rocks indeed appear like two people standing close to each other. Though the rocks can turn really hot during the day, the site is good enough for a hike across the dry creek bed.
  • Sedona

    Sedona Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 7722 / +1 928 204 1123
    Sedona, is a city in the northern regions of Arizona, bordering the Coconini and Yavapai counties. The land of "Red Rocks", Sedona has a history that dates back to the Yavapai-Apache tribal era of the early 1800s. Playing host to major events through out the year, the city draws tourists from all over in large numbers. Over the years, Sedona has been Arizona's prime tourist hub. The city houses the Cathedral Rock, the historical St. Anthony's Desert Episcopal Church, the Sedona Heritage Museum among a few other attractions.
  • Prescott Courthouse Plaza

    120 South Cortez Street Prescott, AZ 86303 United States - Phone: +1 928 777 1100
    At the center of the charming town of Prescott is the Prescott Courthouse Plaza.  Home to an array of chic boutiques, gourmet restaurants, colorful art galleries and, in the summer months, outdoor concerts, this historic area is the destination for fun in the Sedona region.
  • Eliphante Village

    Off South Candler Drive Cornville, AZ 86325 United States - Phone: +1 928 634 2687
    Eliphante is an outdoor sculptural village located in Cornville that gets its name from one of its elephant-like sculptures. Sprawling over three acres (1.2 hectares), it is the private residence of artist couple Michael Kahn and Leda Livant. Using their home as a medium of artistic and architectural expression, they have built it since 1979 using myriad natural material. Visit this open-air museum of sorts by appointment only and marvel at the enchanting and whimsical creations.
  • Fossil Creek Bridge

    Fossil Creek Road Strawberry, AZ 85544 United States
    Located in the state of Arizona, the Fossil Creek Bridge was built in 1924. It connects the Fossil Creek Road across the Fossil Creek. The bridge offers splendid views of the surrounding wilderness A hiking trip in this region is recommended for avid nature lovers who love to explore hidden gems.
  • Sedona UFO Sky Tours

    3190 West Highway 89A, Suite 150A Sedona, AZ United States - Phone: +1 855 733 8367
    Are you interested in seeing little green men? Here's your chance to get a close encounter! Sedona UFO Sky Tours offers your best bet to see alien presence while you're in Sedona. Your tour guide will provide night vision gear and take you to a supposed UFO hotspot. As you look out for UFOs you'll be told stories and informed exactly what to look for. Even if you don't see any flying saucers the gorgeous starlit night sky makes up for it.
  • Red Rock Scenic Byway

    State Route 179 Village Of Oak Creek, AZ 86351 United States
    Red Rock Scenic Byway is also called State Route 179 and is named due to red sandstone and rock compositions along its 7.5 miles (12.07 kilometers) stretch. It is a designated All-American Road and the state's first one. On its path there are many interesting sites, scenic stops, trails and much more. You cannot just drive through but will want to explore its beauties. From its stunning bluffs and canyons to lush foliage, this highway is indeed worth the travel. It starts in the Village of Oak Creek or Big Park and then heads to Sedona. You will find the Cathedral Rock and Bell Rock on this route.
  • El Rincon

    336 State Route 179 Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 4648
    The first restaurant to open in Tlaquepaque shopping and gallery village combines Mexican, Southwestern and Native American influences. Voted Sedona's best Mexican restaurant for 17 years by Red Rock News, it is a favorite to enjoy a house special Margarita Magnifica. Spanish-style furnishings, arched doorways and brightly colored tableware afford a festive feel. Burritos, enchiladas, tacos, tostadas and quesadillas make up the majority of the menu. Navajo Pizzas (similar to fry bread), Chiles Rellenos (stuffed chiles) and Chimichangas are also worth a try.
  • Maria's Restaurant & Cantina

    6446 State Route 179 Sedona, AZ 86351 United States - Phone: +1 928 284 3739
    Just across the street from the Prime Outlet Mall, this Mexican cantina offers Sonoran-style cuisine. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served daily; and, on Wednesday nights, live music is featured. Imported Mexican furnishings and Southwestern art bestow a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Sonoran-style favorites are on the menu for lunch and dinner, with breakfast burritos served in the morning. Dinner entrees are priced from USD8-22. Full bar service is available with house wines priced at USD3-5 a glass. Stop by for Happy Hour weekdays from 4p-6p.
  • Relics at Rainbows End

    3235 West State Route 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 1593
    Often voted "best steaks and ribs," this Western-styled steakhouse and saloon, housed in an early 1900s structure and formerly called a "Steakhouse & Saloon", is the oldest watering hole in town. Prime rib is a favorite, along with large-portioned Angus steaks. Baby back ribs, chicken, trout, shrimp, burgers and a few Mexican items round out the menu. Full bar service is available. Also offered is scenic patio dining, live country music on weekends, horseshoe pits, pool tables and big screen televisions.
  • Cafe & Cattle Company

    771 North State Route 179 Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 1662
    'The King's Ransom Quality Inn's' restaurant specializes in antibiotic-and-hormone-free beef for a meal of some of the purest protein available. The cafe serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily in a relaxing, casual atmosphere. Breakfast specialties include Eggs Benedict, Belgian Waffles and Blueberry Pancakes. At lunch, a full menu of soups, salads, sandwiches and Mexican dishes are priced from $3-8. Dinners feature daily chef specials like grilled salmon in dill cream sauce and baked ham with a brandy raisin sauce. Full bar service is available.
  • Cowboy Club

    241 N Hwy 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 4200
    Have you ever savored rattlesnake or buffalo? You can here. "High Desert cuisine" is offered at this upscale cowboy cafe. Buffalo and beef are as big on the menu here as burgers in chili. There are a variety of steak cuts to savour. Try the BBQ Snake Brochette or a basket of Sweet Potato Fries to start. The "Cowboy Cocktails" are truly a taste of the West and are named accordingly—Cow Tippin' Tonic, Pink Lizard and Arizona Sunset.
  • The Grill at Shadow Rock

    90 Ridge Trail Drive Sedona, AZ 86351 United States - Phone: +1 928 284 4040 / +1 877 2733 7625(Toll Free)
    The Hilton Sedona Resort's dining room serves three meals daily in this casual, yet decidedly Southwestern ambiance. Floor-to-ceiling windows look out onto the resort grounds and the majestic red rocks surrounding the property. At lunch, try the Chipotle Chile Caesar Salad with chicken, shrimp or salmon or the Crab and Scallop Cake with strawberry-jicama salsa. Dinner highlights are the Piñon-crusted rack of Colorado lamb and the Breast of Muscovy Duck. House wines by the glass are priced at $5-8.
  • Heartline Cafe

    1610 W Hwy 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 0785
    Regularly voted Sedona's best restaurant, this romantic, casual restaurant serves some of the area's finest gourmet. At lunch, the "Duets" are a great way to experience several menu items. They are priced from USD9-12 and include a choice of soup & grilled vegetables, Caesar salad & pizza, or warm red cabbage salad & half pasta. Dinner specialties include Pecan-crusted local trout with Dijon cream sauce and roast duck with a dried cherry relish.
  • Orchards Bar & Grill

    254 North Highway 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 2405
    Orchards Inn of Sedona's casual cafe serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily in an airy, country-style dining room. The dining room has curved-back chairs, bare wood tabletops and homey accessories. Fresh ingredients and made-to-order preparations are emphasized. The service is professional and friendly, making this a good choice for family dining. Hearty all-American breakfasts are served until 10:30am daily, followed by a selection of freshly made soups, salads, sandwiches, pastas and pizzas. Daily chef's specials are offered at both lunch and dinner.
  • L'Auberge Restaurant

    301 L'Auberge Ln Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 1661
    Named one of the best in the Southwest by the likes of Zagat and Conde Nast Traveler, this area's finest French cuisine is prepared by Executive Chef Mark May and his staff. Choose a la carte or prix fixe, or the legendary Sunday champagne brunch. Traditional French specialties are served in the plush and opulent dining room and include duck, rabbit, beef and poultry dishes prepared in the classic style. An award-winning international wine list is offered. Jackets are recommended during dinner hours.
  • Terrace on the Creek at L'Auberge

    301 L'Auberge Ln Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 1661
    On the beautiful banks of Oak Creek, L'Auberge de Sedona's patio dining is an all-around awesome experience. Sensational surroundings, exceptional cuisine and impeccable service are featured. Table umbrellas, starched tablecloths and fine china make every meal here an elegant picnic in the pines. The L'Auberge Restaurant menus are served on the Terrace and include breakfast specialties like crepes and Pain Purdu. At lunch, enjoy pates, quiches or a salad. Six-course prix fixe dinner menus change weekly and a la carte entrees include pheasant, duck, lamb, beef and pork specialties. An award-winning wine list includes a few selections under USD50.
  • Sedona Airport Restaurant

    1185 Airport Road Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 3576
    Hearty American fare and early-bird dinner specials make this a favorite place for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Comfy booths and friendly service make this a great choice for the whole family. A covered outdoor terrace offers a view of the take-offs and landings. At lunch, try the "Throttle Bendin' Burger" and the roast pork with apricot glaze. Dinner choices include rotisserie-roasted lamb, grilled swordfish and a half-pound filet mignon. Lunch and dinner items are $6-$22.
  • Dahl & DiLuca Ristorante Italiano

    2321 West Highway 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 5219
    Chefs Andrea DiLuca and Lisa Dahl serve up some of Sedona's finest Italian fare in a restaurant that is consistently chosen as Sedona's best European cuisine. Bright red tablecloths, lattice-backed chairs and saltillo tile floors complete the Mediterranean ambiance. On weekends, jazz piano music adds a festive touch. Pastas featured here include Piatto Milanese, tender linguine with spicy Italian sausage, mushrooms, peppers, onions and peas in aglio sauce. Veal, chicken and daily seafood specials are also well prepared. House wines are also available.
  • Lotus Garden

    164 Coffee Pot Drive Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 3118
    This unassuming spot is Verde Valley's favorite Chinese restaurant and the all-you-can-eat lunch buffet is affordable. The portions are large and the ingredients fresh. The casual-but-formally-set dining room has Asian accents. You will find all of your Chinese food favorites here, from wonton soup to fried rice, sweet and sour chicken and pork to beef and seafood dishes. The menu is written in both Chinese and English. Prices range from USD6-10 per dish. The lunch buffet, with 12 hot dishes daily, is USD7.75 for adults, USD4.25 for children. Wine and beer are served (USD3-5).
  • Marketplace Cafe

    6645 South State Route 179 Sedona, AZ 86351 United States - Phone: +1 928 284 5478
    Located at the Factory Outlet Mall, this cafe with its funky artwork and mustard-colored walls is a refreshing respite for weary shoppers. A mini specialty food, coffee and cigar market is located at the front of the restaurant. Breakfast sandwiches and combinations and a variety of coffees are served to start your day. At lunch and dinner, soups, salads and sandwiches make up most of the menu, with a few hot entrees and daily specials. Beer and wine are available at $3-5.
  • Oaxaca

    321 N Highway 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 4179
    Pronounced "wah-HOCK-uh", this second-story restaurant is a favorite with visitors for its health-conscious, made-from-scratch Mexican and Southwestern cuisine. Dark wood furnishings, archways and columns give the restaurant a Mexican village feel. Typical Mexican is prepared with care and attention to nutrition. All salsas, sauces, guacamole and breads are made fresh daily. Try the house-made desserts, especially those crafted of Belgian chocolate. Most meals range $6-12. Arizona micro-brews and more than 40 tequilas are the usual beverage choices. A new wine list highlights Chilean bottlings. A glass of house wine is $4-6. Whatever drink you choose, you can sip it whilst enjoying the view from the rooftop cantina.
  • Olive Oils Pizza & Wings

    2370 W Hwy 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 0088
    The hand-tossed, pizzas and wings are staples served at this family-owned operation. Eat in this cartoon-like setting, or have them delivered. Pizzas come with a choice of nearly 20 toppings. One unusual combination, the Mexicana, features refried beans, chiles, cheese, onions, tomatoes and olives. A few salads, subs and pastas round out the menu. Beer by the half pitcher is a bargain. They will even deliver wine or beer with your order. Bring cash. Credit cards are not accepted.
  • Pago's Pizzeria

    6446 Hwy 179 Sedona, AZ 86351 United States - Phone: +1 928 284 1939
    Lunch combinations are a great deal and, at dinner, there's something for everyone, even if they don't want pizza. Functional furniture, a casual atmosphere and prompt, friendly service make this a great place for the entire family. Pizzas, from $7-15, can be thin-crust or bready Sicilian style. Gooey calzones ($4.50-6.50) come with a house-made marinara for dipping. Pick your pasta and top it with Alfredo or Marinara sauce and add meatballs or sausage, if you like. Main courses, including chicken and seafood dishes, are priced from $8-14. Beer and wine are available at around $3.
  • Takashi

    465 Jordan Road Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 2334
    This striking space is considered by many to be the ultimate Japanese dining experience in Red Rock country. If you are a sushi aficionado, this is the place to put your taste buds to the test. Hanging globe-shaped Japanese lanterns, striking Asian tapestries and bare-bones furnishings afford the dining room a Zen-like atmosphere. Patio dining is also available. Expertly prepared sushi is accompanied by teriyaki and tempura in addition to sukiyaki and teppan yaki dishes. Full bar service is available.
  • Keiser's West

    2920 W Hwy 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 204 2088
    Sister to the popular Judi's Restaurant, here you will find hearty, "stick-to-your-ribs" breakfasts, barbecue and Mexican fare. The mascots are cartoon characters; Yosemite Sam and the Tasmanian Devil and give a lighthearted touch to the atmosphere. Try the Sampler Platter, which includes salad, bread and two tasty side dishes. The restaurant is open for three meals a day. Leave room for Judi's famous homemade desserts!
  • The 10th Hole

    1752 South Highway 179 Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 7333
    Radisson Poco Diablo's sports bar is a casual spot to watch a game or play pool. Big-screen televisions capture all the latest sports action or test your knowledge with an interactive trivia game. Pool tables also provide entertainment. The "Quick & Casual" menu features a wide range of appetizers, sandwiches, pastas and hot entrees. Most menu items are USD6-12. Local microbrews and a full complement of beers, wines and cocktails are available, priced from about USD3-8.
  • Rene at Tlaquepaque

    336 Hwy 179 Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 9225
    Within the picturesque Tlaquepaque Village, this upscale eatery is perfect for celebrating special occasions and impressing visitors. The elegant cuisine is prepared under the direction of Executive Chef Walter Paulson and is served with the utmost attention to detail. The signature dish is the Colorado Rack of Lamb ala René for two, carved tableside. An exceptional wine list offers quite a few selections in the USD25-40 per bottle range. Note that personal checks are not accepted.
  • Spices Restaurant

    2545 Hwy 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 204 9117
    American and Mediterranean-inspired dishes are served in the pastel-toned dining room, which manages to be country without getting "kitschy". The stone exterior of the restaurant gives it an Italian country-cottage-like quality. The restaurant also offers grilled Certified Angus steaks, fish and seafood and poultry dishes at dinner. At lunch, soups, sandwiches and salads are added. Breakfasts are hearty and have that "just like grandma used to make" quality.
  • India Palace

    1910 W Hwy 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 204 2300
    This unassuming restaurant tucked into a Sedona strip mall proffers well-prepared dishes. Starched tablecloths give a bit of a formal feel to the otherwise casual dining room. Name your favorite Indian dish and it is probably on the menu. From samosas to kormas, vindaloos to basmati and parantha, the large menu runs the gamut. The daily all-you-can-eat lunch buffet is a bargain. Vegetarians will find many options. Full bar service is offered.
  • Blazin' M Ranch

    10th Street Cottonwood, AZ 86326 United States - Phone: +1 928 634 0334 / +1 800 937 8643(Toll Free)
    The Mabery family treats visitors to an Old West adventure at this ranch. Before your meal, saddle up for a pony ride, or take a train tour. There is also a shooting gallery and Western-themed shops. Tuck into a chuck wagon feast, then stick around for live Western entertainment by the house band. The whole family will have a "Yee-hah" good time. Try the BBQ beef and chicken, cowboy beans and their fantastic biscuits. This is a real family place; no alcoholic beverages are served.
  • Red Planet Diner

    1655 West State Highway 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 6070
    If they gave an award for the most peculiar place to dine in Sedona, there's no doubt that this diner would win, year after year. Where else can you sit next to a eight-foot-tall alien or order Lunar Linguini? More than a hundred UFO photos are featured in this unidentified-style eatery. Enjoy a Meteor Shower Shakes with your Vulcan Veggie Burger and mingle with the aliens. Most meals are in the USD6-15 range, with alcoholic beverages priced from USD3-6.
  • T. Carl's

    1752 South State Route 179 Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 877 282 5755(Toll Free)
    Poco Diablo Resort's fine dining venue boasts Southwestern cuisine and spectacular views of the resorts golf course and Sedona's magnificent red rocks. The dining room has Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired fixtures, formal table settings and professional service. Dinner specialties include the Diablo Chicken Breast with red onions, artichoke hearts and Boursin cheese; Grilled Ahi Tuna with mango/roasted red pepper salsa and Grilled Lamb Chops with orange caramelized onions. Breakfast and lunch are also served daily.
  • Dara Thai

    34 East Bell Rock Plaza Sedona, AZ 86351 United States - Phone: +1 928 284 9167
    More than a hundred exotic dishes are offered here. For appetizers, split the Thai combination with a dining companion and you can taste several—Spring Rolls, Thai Toast, Satay and Won Tons with dipping sauces. Try the memorable Pad Thai noodle dish with chicken and shrimp and a delightful duck dish with cashews and vegetables (Ped Ma Muang Himapan). Many vegetarian options are offered. Asian beers make a great accompaniment. This comfortable spot offers quiet dinners for two, and is also appropriate for larger gatherings.
  • Storyteller's Steakhouse

    555 West Middle Verde Road Camp Verde, AZ 86322 United States - Phone: +1 928 567 7905 / +1 800 381 7568(Toll Free)
    Cliff Castle Casino's fine dining venue is designed to replicate a cave-dwelling, with jagged rock walls and diffused lighting. The table-settings are Southwestern formal, with starched cloths and fine china, making this an unusual, though strangely appealing upscale dining venue. The menu puts an Arizona spin on classic steak, poultry and seafood preparations. A guest favorite is the papaya-glazed chicken. Dinner entrées run from $14-25. Wines by the glass start at about $5. The casino also has a Johnny Rockets 50s-style diner, a bakery/deli and several themed lounges.
  • Oak Creek Brewing Company

    2050 Yavapai Drive Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 203 9441
    This upscale but casual microbrewery produces some of the state's finest lagers and ales, and now also serves wines and champagnes to a typically young clientele. To go along with the golden elixirs, choose from bar-style appetizers, sandwiches and entrees that are created to complement the brews. Pub fare is offered in its Bavarian Kitchen (open 4p-8:30p nightly). Wednesday night is ladies' night, with drink specials for female patrons. Live entertainment on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays includes mellow rock, folk and blues performances.
  • Thai Spices

    2986 West State Route 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 0599
    Tacked onto the White House Inn in West Sedona, this tiny place offers nutritious and natural cuisine. Secure one of the counter seats, or one of the few tables in the pastel painted dining room. The Pad Thai noodles with chicken and veggies are popular, and pleasing curries (available with chicken, beef, shrimp or tofu) are also available. The "Vegetable Lovers" section features a macrobiotic platter "specially prepared at your request a day ahead of time by Pearl who studied at The Vega Institute." Menu items are priced from $3.50-12.95, with Thai teas and soft drinks $1-$2.
  • Bagel Talk

    30 Bell Rock Plaza Sedona, AZ 86351 United States - Phone: +1 928 284 3111
    Owners Irena and Jerry Crandall use the traditional kettle-boiling method to ensure that their products are authentic, fresh and flavorful. Stop by this casual, New York deli-style eatery for a breakfast sandwich, or one of 18 varieties including apple walnut, cranberry orange pecan or their special Vortexx bagel. Lunch menus include the "Beast and Bagel" (roast beef with veggies and cheese) or the "Touch of Champagne" (oven-roasted turkey breast, honey maple ham with champagne mustard). Soups, salads, espresso and Cappuccinos round out the menu.
  • Secret Garden Cafe

    336 Hwy 179 Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 203 9564
    This oasis is tucked away in Tlaquepaque Village and specializes in innovative breakfast and luncheon fare. Among the organic and pesticide-free selections, you will find a morning quiche bar, Foccacia French Toast, Baked Brie and Artichoke Salad, "Secret" Shrimp Samba (with coconut and red curry marinated shrimp and sizzled ginger noodles) and a Twice-Baked Goat Cheese Souffle with braised figs and pecans. Diners enjoy meals in a garden setting, replete with flourishing foliage, sculptures and comfortable furnishings. The cafe features jazz music on weekends.
  • New York Bagels

    1350 West Highway 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 204 1242
    Across from the Red Planet Diner, this mini-deli specializes in authentic New York style bagels. Breakfast and deli sandwiches ($3.25-4.95) are served from the counter. Bagels are also available by the dozen for $6. Decor and atmosphere are sparse, with a few old black and white New York photos hanging around the microscopic storefront. This is a place where locals know enough to stake out tables early, so unless you know the routine, you had better plan to order take-out.
  • Junipine Cafe

    8351 North Highway 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 3375
    The Junipine Resort's charming cafe is an idyllic setting for dinner, but you can also catch a country-style breakfast or hearty lunch here. The stunning stone structure has plenty of windows that look out onto Oak Creek Canyon, which surrounds the property. Rustic pine paneling, floors and furnishings give the restaurant a lodge-like atmosphere and a crackling fireplace adds to the warmth. Patio seating is available during the warmer months. The dinner menu consists of steaks, ribs, seafood and pastas with local trout a specialty.
  • Javelina Cantina

    671 State Route 179 Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 203 9514
    A javelina is a creature similar to a wild boar - but there's certainly nothing "boar"ing about this lively, colorful cantina. Decorated in a bright Mexican motif, this restaurant is loud and filled with local charm. Choices are primarily Sonoran, with an Arizona accent. Combination plates of tacos, enchiladas and chimichangas are filling and flavorful. Lunch and dinner are served daily and it's Happy Hour from 3p-6p daily. Dinners are priced from USD8-16, Margaritas from USD5-7. Live music is featured on Saturday evenings.
  • Sedona Memories

    321 Jordan Rd Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 0032
    Located just north of the main Uptown Sedona area, this bakery and deli is consistently considered the best sandwich-maker in town. Sample the fresh-baked pastries and breads or a crisp, tossed salad. Sandwich offerings include a rich crab salad or a chicken and cashew mixture on fragrant butter crust bread. Regional salads include Sedona Black Bean and California Caesar. Note that the place is packed during lunch hours.
  • Shugrue's Hillside Grill

    671 State Route 179 Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 5300
    Year after year, Shugrue's Hillside Grill is awarded the distinction of being Sedona's superior seafood and fine dining restaurant. There is also good news for steak-lovers—the beef is hand cut for top quality. Located in the Hillside Sedona complex, it is a casually upscale restaurant, not a jacket and tie kind of place. The outdoor patio is even more informal in feel. On weekends, live jazz music is performed.
  • Cliff Castle Casino

    555 West Middle Verde Road Camp Verde, AZ 86322 United States - Phone: +1 928 567 7900 / +1 800 381 7568(Toll Free)
    Take a break and follow Highway 179 south back to Interstate-17 to the Camp Verde exit 289. Slots, poker, keno and bingo await you in this gaming facility owned and operated by the Yavapai-Apache. There are conference facilities, lodging, multiple restaurants and live entertainment. For families, the 20-lane bowling facility offers safe fun and an on-site Johnny Rockets diner. Nearby attractions include ancient cliff dwellings and ruins at Montezuma's Castle and Well.
  • Judi's Restaurant and Lounge

    40 Soldier Pass Road Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 4449
    This sibling to Keiser's West is the more upscale of the two, offering dining in an elegant but casual atmosphere. It is decked out in desert tones with wicker chairs, hanging lamps and chandeliers. Lunch menu items include soups, salads, sandwiches and burgers. Dinner selections include what are purported to be, "The Finest Barbecue Baby Back Ribs in the Known Universe." Judi's homemade specialties like the Butter Brickle Chocolate Chip Cream Cheese Pie are legendary. The award winning, full bar features wines by the glass.
  • Coffee Pot Restaurant

    2050 W State Rte 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 6626
    With more than a hundred omelettes alone, it's no wonder that this place has been named "best breakfast" in Sedona multiple times. It has also garnered the "best overall bargain" award. This award-winning café and gift shop has been featured nationally on The Food Network, The Travel Channel, The New York Times and ABC News and has been a favorite local hangout for nearly half a century. There is a cozy Redwood Patio (open seasonally) and their big breakfasts are served all day, every day. At lunch the menu features classic American cuisine and authentic Mexican specialties. The extensive-but not expensive-menu includes more than 300 selections. Full bar service is available in the dining room and patio and they also have a charming souvenir shop.
  • Troia's

    1885 West State Route 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 0123
    Sam and Rosanne Troia bring a taste of Italy and a dash of romance to Sedona. The slogan, "Where amore is the condiment of choice" sets the tone. Decorated in soothing pastel colors and contemporary art, the crisp white table linens add a touch of formality. Served from the gleaming exhibition kitchen are pastas, pizzas, soups, salads and rotisserie chicken, with many items prepared from family recipes. Most menu items are priced from USD12-18. Full bar service offers wine by the glass ranging from USD5-8.
  • Bucky's Casino

    1500 State Route 69 Prescott, AZ 86301 United States - Phone: +1 928 541 0453 / +1 800 756 8744(Toll Free)
    About 65 miles Southwest of Sedona you will find this gaming goldmine that lies in the little pine-covered city of Prescott. Owned by the Yavapai-Prescott tribe, you may play 24-hours a day, with live-action poker, bingo, keno and 300 slots. Gaze at the lovely views and listen to live music in the Eagle's Nest Lounge, then on to fine dining at the Thumb Butte Dining Room. Stay overnight at the deluxe Prescott Resort, which is adjacent to the casino, or golf at the Prescott Lakes Golf Club.
  • Tlaquepaque

    336 State Highway 179 Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 4838
    The Indian name of this retreat simply means "the best of everything". This picturesque recreated Mexican Village offers a unique collection of galleries, restaurants, shops and a small chapel. Named for a particularly beautiful suburb of Mexico's Guadalajara, the open-air market built in the '70s exudes the flavor of Mexico. Fine dining is available at several on-site restaurants including El Rincon or Rene at Tlaquepaque. Lovely galleries abound, such as Mountain Trails, with wildlife paintings and sculptures; you can also find spiritual artwork from American Indian artists at Bear Cloud Gallery.
  • Red's at Sedona Rouge

    2250 West Highway 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 203 4111
    Located in the stylish new Sedona Rouge hotel, Red's has an ambiance all its own. The interior design's red motif complements the red-jacketed wait staff, who attend to your every need. The bar, though inviting, is not the main hot spot as most tend to favor the over-sized leather couches and arm chairs of the adjacent lounge area. The contemporary American menu includes the Mac & Cheese Skillet with Vermont Aged Cheddar elevates this childhood staple to a new level. Though a bit too trendy for some, it's prices are reasonable and the food does not disappoint.
  • Mii Amo Cafe

    525 Boynton Canyon Road Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 2900
    A relaxed hangout at the Enchantment Resort is the Mii Amo Cafe. Differing from the other dining venues in the resort, this restaurant offers preparations from the season's gifts, picked fresh and cooked to perfection. Grains, legumes, fish, poultry and seafood, all cooked sizzling hot after you ask for it. The Chefs make it a point to add a contemporary twist to the regional cuisine. Guests at the spa and resort are invited for a demonstration of the food being cooked in the 'enchanted kitchens'.
  • Hundred Rox

    100 Amara Lane Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 4828
    Sophistication and charm combine to create a dining destination amidst sun-kissed mountains and the beautiful Arizonian terrain at Hundred Rox. Located at the Amara Resort Hotel & Spa, this contemporary American restaurant excels in the ultimate Sedona dining experience featuring exceptional food, wines and an elegant atmosphere that pervades throughout. Highlights include dishes like the Anise Marinated Lamb Sirloin, Forest Mushroom Filet Mignon, Seared Sea Scallops and Grilled Filet of Beef Tenderloin. The drinks line-up is nothing short of impressive with wines, beers and cocktails that guarantee perfect pairings. Patrons can choose to dine inside or on the lovely patio surrounded by ethereal views and blazing fire-pits. Reservations are recommended.
  • Isadora

    336 State Route 179 Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 6232
    Find foremost collections from the industry's top weavers in this little shop located in the Tlaquepaque village. Choose from natural fiber fashions from designers such as Sedona's Pam Gunning, or Candiss Cole. Stunning colors and form combine with the master weaver's touch to create a unique wearable work of art. A selection of fine Baltic amber is also offered in an array of unusually designed jewelry pieces.
  • The Blue-Eyed Bear

    299 N State Route 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 800 271 9650 (Toll free)
    Blue eyed Bud Johnson and his wife Linda opened their first gallery in 1986 to express their love for Native American art. The gallery was named for a vivid blue fetish carving. Hand crafted jewelry, Pendleton blankets, books and semi-precious collectibles delight visitors at this cozy uptown shop where the rich traditions of local heritage speak for themselves.Colorful folk art and pins are the perfect conversation pieces with which to commemorate a visit to the scenic and spiritual red rock territory of Sedona.
  • Canyon Outfitters

    2701 West State Route 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 5293
    If hiking the red rocks is your game, prepare yourself with the gear you'll need. You'll find items like sleeping bags, tents, water bottles and hydration systems to keep you comfortable on your search for solitude. The capable staff here in this west Sedona shop will assist you in finding a suitable day hike or give you helpful information on where to camp. Hiking boots, expedition-style clothing and area guide books should complete your assembly for a successful trek.
  • Oak Creek Factory Outlets

    6601 South Highway 179 Sedona, AZ 86351 United States - Phone: +1 602 359 7762
    Buy all the "big dog" brands at discount prices at this factory outlet center in Sedona's Village of Oak Creek. Let that shopping craze overtake your spirit in the beautiful and serene red rock region at more than 30 retailers of items including clothing, personal care, domestics, souvenirs and footwear. Shops include Gap Outlet, Vitamin World, Jones New York, Nine West, Dress Barn, Van Heusen, Tommy Hilfiger, Geoffrey Beene, Hanes, and many more. Great bargains and deep discounts of up to 70 percent are available from well-known brands including Bass, IZOD, Florsheim and Oneida. Credit card acceptance varies by merchant.
  • Rinzai's Market

    2081 W Hwy 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 204 2185
    One of Sedona's top-rated natural food markets, this friendly, clean and inviting spot features organic produce, freshly baked goods and food supplements. You will find the prices reasonable and the selection vast. This is the perfect place to pick up a snack to take on a hiking trip, or a complete picnic to enjoy in Red Rock State Park.
  • Feather on the Mesa

    336 State Route 179 Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 3362
    Unique gifts from indigenous Southwestern peoples are featured in this little shop in the lovely Tlaquepaque artisan village. Find unusual jewelry and belt designs, from snake links to horse jewelry. Choose from one-of-a-kind work from artists of the American Southwest as well as a few pieces from South America are highlighted. Also find kachinas and gifts of all sizes, shapes and colors here to commemorate your trip to the area.
  • Eisenart Innovations

    336 State Hwy 179 Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 204 6443
    Eisenart Innovations, a jaunty little shop is located in at Tlaquepaque tilts in high style with sleek lines and a dash of color. Start a trend in your hallway with eclectic pieces that will turn your friends' heads. Pepper your living room walls with art decor in simple styles and unusual themes. Take pieces back as gifts that will please even the most discerning of collectors. Pottery, sculpture and openwork furniture is on exhibit and for sale.
  • Cocopah

    336 State Hwy 179 Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 4928
    This tiny shop is additionally cramped with the numbers of customers it attracts. A bevy of baskets heralds your entrance, with an interesting selection of sea shells and beads at reasonable prices. You'll find cloisonné beads, imported shells in a multitude of colors, and kits to do it yourself. Estate jewelry is also on display and for sale from celebrities and notable personalities. Gorgeous pieces in antique settings call to you, some couched in their original boxes.
  • Gold Door Gallery

    2155 W. Highway 89A, Suite 106 Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 6629
    This fine jeweler has been satisfying customers in the Tlaquepaque arts and crafts village since the 70s. Work from many artists are featured including the teamwork of Jill and Jerry West's designs, as well as incomparable wearable art from Rick Hernandez and Bill Coffey. Jeffrey Crisps fascinating process of gemstone combinations called "intarsia" results in dramatic form and depth of design. Kenneth Ottinger's sculptural jewelry work is also featured here, as are the beautiful facets of Dawn Stewart's contemporary designs.
  • The Sedona Fudge Company

    130 Yavapai Trail Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 800 845 3303(Toll Free) /+1 928 800 282 1044
    For the chocoholics in your life, the Sedona Fudge Company will satisfy their dark habit's infernal urge. Using an original Mackinac Island recipe, Sedona Fudge tempts with a variety of fudge flavors. Choose from Peanut Butter, wonderful Amaretto Walnut, Maple Pecan, Chocolate Cream Cheese or a dreamy Chocolate Rasberry. Great gift baskets are customizable here as well, starting at $25. The staff will even ship your selection for a small fee.
  • The Worm Bookstore

    6645 Route 179 Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 3471
    If Sedona is a feast for the senses, don't forget to feed your cranium! This uptown hot spot is the oldest full-service book and gift store in town. Every shelf is stuffed with stories to teach, inspire and entertain. Music, videos and Southwest gifts are available too, for that hard-to-please person on your souvenir-shopping list. Also find books and maps for hiking, biking and vortex enthusiasts. Choose a coffee table picture book or an expose on native lore and peruse the pages by the window—you'll appreciate the red rock views.
  • Cheers of Sedona

    201 North State Route 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 1193
    Sedona's sunny mountain climate is perfect T-shirt weather. But what will you wear to capture the spirit of the Southwest and celebrate your experience? Try a custom screen-printed T-shirt. A lively atmosphere, friendly service and wide selection of whimsical casual wear makes this shopping experience fun. Try a hiking Kokopelli on for size, or show your true colors with a scenic image. Don't forget the kids! These big ideas come in small sizes, too.
  • Geoffrey Roth LTD

    336 State Route 179 Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 7756
    Be the one for whom the bell tolls with the finest men's fashion accessories and jewelry from this lovely gallery, located under the scenic bell tower in Tlaquepaque's artisan village. Indulge your most refined tastes with pieces to compliment everything in your wardrobe. Unusual architecture and an elegant assortment of European and American jewelry make this gallery a rewarding part of your Sedona shopping experience.
  • Crystal Magic

    2978 West State Route 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 1622
    This eclectic shop epitomizes the spiritual and New Age drama of the Sedona region. Gifts of all types may be found in aisle upon aisle of crystals, jewelry, stones and incense. Choose a dream-catcher, believed by Native Americans to remove the bad dreams from one's sleep, or pick a crystal skull. Interesting and enjoyable to browse through, if you're looking for a candle or a specific type of crystal, you'll find it here. If you cannot find an item, polite assistance is at the ready.
  • Upwest Handmade Leather Goods

    470 North State Route 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 204 1341
    If you are looking to buy a souvenir as a tribute to your visit to the Wild West, this place offers the goods for cowpokes. Custom-crafted leather products made from a variety of skins are offered here. Choose from Buckskin shirts and vests in addition to leather jackets and dusters. The place also carries an assortment of rugs, Indian-style artifacts and non-traditional rattlesnake vests and coats. Caribou and steer hides are also available for purchase. The shop is located in the historic George Jordan Sales Building in Uptown Sedona.
  • Tlaquepaque

    336 State Highway 179 Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 4838
    The Indian name of this retreat simply means "the best of everything". This picturesque recreated Mexican Village offers a unique collection of galleries, restaurants, shops and a small chapel. Named for a particularly beautiful suburb of Mexico's Guadalajara, the open-air market built in the '70s exudes the flavor of Mexico. Fine dining is available at several on-site restaurants including El Rincon or Rene at Tlaquepaque. Lovely galleries abound, such as Mountain Trails, with wildlife paintings and sculptures; you can also find spiritual artwork from American Indian artists at Bear Cloud Gallery.
  • Art Mart of Sedona

    2081 West State Highway 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 520 203 4576
    This shop features Native American and local artists and artisans work. The magical properties of the red rock region of Sedona combine with the talents of the locals for an exquisite collection. Find your prized souvenir or gift from the large assortment of fine art and crafts. Among the items to be found here are traditional Native paintings, as well as carvings and unusual natural pieces such as a kaleidoscope by Blair Preston. This art market is located right next door to the Harkins Theatres.
  • Crystal Castle

    313 State Route 179 Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 5910
    Sedona is famous for the natural vortexes and feeling of well-being that they reportedly brings visitors. Many people in this area are convinced of the area's unique ability to heal and bring contentment. This shop specializes in products along this line, from books and runes to crystals and music, you will find all your new age supplies. The website offers an extensive shopping experience as well as a map to the 'Sedona Sacred Sites'. Located across from the charming Mexican shopping village of Tlaquepaque.
  • New Frontiers Natural Foods

    1420 West State Route 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 6311
    This shop promotes healthier living by providing a full range of natural choices. Find fresh meats and poultry, a complete produce department and even a deli if hunger attacks while you shop. Find a huge selection of health foods, beauty aids and supplements including vitamins, minerals and anti-oxidants. If you do not see what you are after, just ask them to special order it. Located on Sedona's west side, under the shadow of beautiful Coffeepot Rock. Healthful dining is also nearby at Thai Spices at the White House Inn.
  • Maria's Restaurant & Cantina

    6446 State Route 179 Sedona, AZ 86351 United States - Phone: +1 928 284 3739
    Just across the street from the Prime Outlet Mall, this Mexican cantina offers Sonoran-style cuisine. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served daily; and, on Wednesday nights, live music is featured. Imported Mexican furnishings and Southwestern art bestow a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Sonoran-style favorites are on the menu for lunch and dinner, with breakfast burritos served in the morning. Dinner entrees are priced from USD8-22. Full bar service is available with house wines priced at USD3-5 a glass. Stop by for Happy Hour weekdays from 4p-6p.
  • Relics at Rainbows End

    3235 West State Route 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 1593
    Often voted "best steaks and ribs," this Western-styled steakhouse and saloon, housed in an early 1900s structure and formerly called a "Steakhouse & Saloon", is the oldest watering hole in town. Prime rib is a favorite, along with large-portioned Angus steaks. Baby back ribs, chicken, trout, shrimp, burgers and a few Mexican items round out the menu. Full bar service is available. Also offered is scenic patio dining, live country music on weekends, horseshoe pits, pool tables and big screen televisions.
  • Dahl & DiLuca Ristorante Italiano

    2321 West Highway 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 5219
    Chefs Andrea DiLuca and Lisa Dahl serve up some of Sedona's finest Italian fare in a restaurant that is consistently chosen as Sedona's best European cuisine. Bright red tablecloths, lattice-backed chairs and saltillo tile floors complete the Mediterranean ambiance. On weekends, jazz piano music adds a festive touch. Pastas featured here include Piatto Milanese, tender linguine with spicy Italian sausage, mushrooms, peppers, onions and peas in aglio sauce. Veal, chicken and daily seafood specials are also well prepared. House wines are also available.
  • Oak Creek Brewing Company

    2050 Yavapai Drive Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 203 9441
    This upscale but casual microbrewery produces some of the state's finest lagers and ales, and now also serves wines and champagnes to a typically young clientele. To go along with the golden elixirs, choose from bar-style appetizers, sandwiches and entrees that are created to complement the brews. Pub fare is offered in its Bavarian Kitchen (open 4p-8:30p nightly). Wednesday night is ladies' night, with drink specials for female patrons. Live entertainment on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays includes mellow rock, folk and blues performances.
  • Secret Garden Cafe

    336 Hwy 179 Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 203 9564
    This oasis is tucked away in Tlaquepaque Village and specializes in innovative breakfast and luncheon fare. Among the organic and pesticide-free selections, you will find a morning quiche bar, Foccacia French Toast, Baked Brie and Artichoke Salad, "Secret" Shrimp Samba (with coconut and red curry marinated shrimp and sizzled ginger noodles) and a Twice-Baked Goat Cheese Souffle with braised figs and pecans. Diners enjoy meals in a garden setting, replete with flourishing foliage, sculptures and comfortable furnishings. The cafe features jazz music on weekends.
  • Javelina Cantina

    671 State Route 179 Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 203 9514
    A javelina is a creature similar to a wild boar - but there's certainly nothing "boar"ing about this lively, colorful cantina. Decorated in a bright Mexican motif, this restaurant is loud and filled with local charm. Choices are primarily Sonoran, with an Arizona accent. Combination plates of tacos, enchiladas and chimichangas are filling and flavorful. Lunch and dinner are served daily and it's Happy Hour from 3p-6p daily. Dinners are priced from USD8-16, Margaritas from USD5-7. Live music is featured on Saturday evenings.
  • Shugrue's Hillside Grill

    671 State Route 179 Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 5300
    Year after year, Shugrue's Hillside Grill is awarded the distinction of being Sedona's superior seafood and fine dining restaurant. There is also good news for steak-lovers—the beef is hand cut for top quality. Located in the Hillside Sedona complex, it is a casually upscale restaurant, not a jacket and tie kind of place. The outdoor patio is even more informal in feel. On weekends, live jazz music is performed.
  • Cliff Castle Casino

    555 West Middle Verde Road Camp Verde, AZ 86322 United States - Phone: +1 928 567 7900 / +1 800 381 7568(Toll Free)
    Take a break and follow Highway 179 south back to Interstate-17 to the Camp Verde exit 289. Slots, poker, keno and bingo await you in this gaming facility owned and operated by the Yavapai-Apache. There are conference facilities, lodging, multiple restaurants and live entertainment. For families, the 20-lane bowling facility offers safe fun and an on-site Johnny Rockets diner. Nearby attractions include ancient cliff dwellings and ruins at Montezuma's Castle and Well.
  • Bucky's Casino

    1500 State Route 69 Prescott, AZ 86301 United States - Phone: +1 928 541 0453 / +1 800 756 8744(Toll Free)
    About 65 miles Southwest of Sedona you will find this gaming goldmine that lies in the little pine-covered city of Prescott. Owned by the Yavapai-Prescott tribe, you may play 24-hours a day, with live-action poker, bingo, keno and 300 slots. Gaze at the lovely views and listen to live music in the Eagle's Nest Lounge, then on to fine dining at the Thumb Butte Dining Room. Stay overnight at the deluxe Prescott Resort, which is adjacent to the casino, or golf at the Prescott Lakes Golf Club.
  • Sedona Medical Center

    3700 West Highway 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 204 3000
    This facility is a member of Northern Arizona Healthcare, offering outpatient services, 24-hour emergency services, physical therapy, cancer treatment, an x-ray department, endoscopy and primary care. It is located in West Sedona off Highway 89A on the North side, near Red Rock Loop Road. Air transport is available.
  • Sedona Taxi Bob's

    150 Sombart Lane Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 1234
    If you want to go shopping or just sight seeing around the city, call Sedona Taxi Bob's. Although the rates are fairly cheap, the company has not compromised with the quality of service and you will certainly enjoy the perfect ride in the comfortable cabs! With Sedona's you know you are in the hands of the best since they employ only skilled and professional drivers. See for yourself!
  • Sedona Taxi

    Throughout the city Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 204 9111
    Put an end to your transportation worries by calling Sedona Taxi service. This fully insured taxi does pickups and drops in Sedona and all parts of Verde Valley, Northern Arizona, and Phoenix. Although the fares are on the higher side, comfort and quick service is assured. Sedona Taxi also organizes tours.
  • Sedona Creative Life Center

    333 Schnebly Hill Road Sedona, AZ 86336-4227 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 9300
    The Creative Life Center, a non-profit organization, serves as the site for a variety of local events. This 15-acre (6 hectares) retreat hosts a variety of activities to enrich the mind, body and spirit though regular yoga classes and meditation seminars. Check out the website for more information on the many programs on offer here.
  • Sedona Airport

    235 Air Terminal Drive Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 4487
    Not only is Sedona airport the site for transport throughout the Southwest, but it also acts as a popular location for a variety of community events, all set against the scenic vistas of the Sedona landscape.
  • Posse Grounds Park

    525 Posse Ground Road Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 282 7098(City Park Council)
  • Sedona Center for Arts & Technology

    4215 Arts Village Drive Sedona, AZ 86336 United States - Phone: +1 928 649 4266
    Sedona Center for Arts & Technology is a campus of the Yavapai College and the abode of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Small Business Development Center and Sedona Film School. The site has facilities such as state-of-the-art computer labs, conference and meeting rooms, and workshops. It is also the home of the yearly Film Festival and Sedona Book Festival. Regular events such as wine tastings, theater and other cultural activities are held here as well.