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Sedona Attractions

Find shopping sightseeing and lots of outdoor activities all around Sedona. 


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. This historic property in its beautiful setting provides the look and feel of what Sedona once was. 

(928) 282-7038
Distance: .2 Miles
Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping District

Tlaquepaque treats visitors and local residents to an exceptional collection of galleries, shops and dining establishments. It’s within walking distance of the B&B and is a beautiful place to spend and evening browsing for unique treasures.  Tlaquepaque is in the heart of the gallery district, and you can see many local and Native American artists work on display.

(928) 282-4838
Distance: 1 Miles

Take a short drive up airport road to the lookout point that features famous rock formations such as Thunder Mountain, Boyton Canyon, and Coffee Pot Rock.  This ariel view also show the area known as west Sedona and the business district.  If your into great sunsets, this place won’t disappoint but you’ll want to get there early.  This is a popular spot.

(928) 282-1046
Distance: 2.9 Miles

Sedona's Amitabha Stupa and Peace Park is a must-visit destination for spiritual seekers the world over. The Buddhist Amitabha Stupa is an outdoor venue for prayer, meditation, and spiritual renewal for people of all faiths. The park is open 7a-5p daily.

Distance: 4.1 Miles

The Chapel was built directly into the side of a red-rock hill not far from downtown Sedona.  Visitors flock to the modern architectural marvel ran by the Roman Catholic diocese, primarily to take in the outstanding views of Sedona’s awe-inspiring desert scenery as well as a religious place for reflection.

(928) 282-4069
Distance: 4.4 Miles

Oak Creek Canyon is a river gorge located in northern Arizona between the cities of Flagstaff and Sedona. The canyon is often described as a smaller cousin of the Grand Canyon because of its scenic beauty. State Route 89A enters the canyon on its north end via a series of hairpin turns before traversing the bottom of the canyon for about 13 miles until the highway enters the town of Sedona.  This is in the top 7  most beautiful drives in the USA.

Distance: 4.7 Miles

Slide Rock State Park is an Arizona State Park located in Oak Creek Canyon 7 miles north of Sedona, Arizona, United States. It takes its name from a natural water slide formed by the slippery bed of Oak Creek. Slide Rock State Park is located on Coconino National Forest land and is co-managed by the Arizona State Parks agency and the United States Forest Service. Tall red rock formations that are typical of the region also surround the park, which contains a 43-acre working apple farm.

(928) 282-3034
Distance: 7.3 Miles
Verde Canyon Railroad

An adventure aboard Verde Canyon Railroad, located just 25 minutes southwest of Sedona, is a meditation in motion... A luxurious, educational, and very accessible way for everyone to experience a wildly scenic canyon. No hiking boots needed. The journey starts with complimentary Champagne and appetizers served at your seat. No other train in the world gives every passenger “two seats for the price of one” – lush, comfortable interior cars access adjoining open-air viewing cars. Imagine a rolling resort where your masseuse is the rumble emanating from the rails.

Distance: 23.5 Miles


We want to thank our veterans and active-duty military by offering a 15% discount.  Just enter the coupon code MILITARY2023 when booking online and be sure to bring your military ID with you to show at check-in.