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Holidays in Sedona

Ignite your curiosity, explore the sights and open yourself to new experiences in Sedona, a city which often lures visitors back for more.

Sedona Holidays

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Holidays in Sedona

Prepare to meet some new friends! Approximately 10,000 people call this city home.

If you venture 100 miles south of Sedona, you'll hit Phoenix, the state capital. Travel 16 miles south and you'll come across Rimrock.

Montezuma Castle National Monument, an internationally famous attraction, is what lures so many travellers to Sedona. You'd surely be filled with regret if you miss out on experiencing it for yourself.

Holidays with the kids are all about creating unforgettable memories. When it comes to activities that everyone can enjoy, you needn't look further than Kids Quest and the Dead Horse Ranch State Park.

The children will be wide-eyed with delight on an excursion to the Out of Africa Wildlife Park. They'll get a close look at how its animals behave while learning about what it takes to care for them.

If you're a wine connoisseur, don't turn down the opportunity to indulge your taste buds at the Burning Tree Cellars and the Pillsbury Wine Company. You can also sit down, relax and sample the local red or white at the Arizona Stronghold Vineyards and the Wine Cellar.

The Cliff Castle Casino is the place to go for high-stakes games and a lively atmosphere. Place a couple of bets, have a beer and soak up the sights and sounds.

Remember those worry-free childhood days spent stretched out on the grass watching clouds pass by? Get that feeling back at Bell Rock and Oak Creek Canyon. Slide Rock State Park and Coffee Pot are also popular meeting points for both travellers and locals.

Whether you're after brochures, maps or inspiration for things to see and do, you'll discover it at Gateway Visitor Centers. Sedona Oak Creek Chamber of Commerce is another superb visitor resource.

If you're looking for peace and quiet, sit by the water's edge and admire the views at Stoneman Lake.

Sedona offers a collection of nature reserves, such as Cathedral Rock and Devil's Bridge. For those who haven't completely recharged, Broken Arrow Trailhead and Sugarloaf Mountain Trailhead are a couple more worth visiting.

Ask the staff at the Lanning Gallery or the Mine Museum about one-off happenings. With so many eye-opening exhibits, you'll want to be sure you don't miss anything. Museum nerds also need to check out the Kuivato Gallery and the Clemenceau Heritage Museum.

Our big blue planet is the home of a tremendous array of organisms. Learn some more about the earth's more peculiar life forms with a visit to the Verde Valley Archaeology Centre.

In a place that's filled with wonderful art exhibitions, the Mountain Trails Galleries and the Exposures International Fine Art Gallery manage to stand a head taller than the rest. The Art Mart of Sedona and the Copper Art Museum shouldn't be missed either.

Don't just study history, discover it with your own eyes at the Sedona Heritage Museum! Here you'll be treated to a fascinating look into the people, places and events that have influenced the region throughout the years.

Want to explore a few history-filled attractions? the Verde Canyon Railroad and Tuzigoot National Monument will give you a better understanding of Sedona's past. If you'd like to learn more, Montezuma Well National Monument and the Fort Verde Park State Historic Park are also worthwhile attractions.

Experience how faith plays a role in the lives of many of the city's residents at Chapel of the Holy Cross and Amitabha Stupa.

Don't pack your bags just yet, Sedona still has a few surprises in store! Have you visited the Sedona Art Centre and the Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village yet? You shouldn't skip Lo Lo Mai Springs Campground and the Seven Canyons Golf Club either.

More Sedona Hotels

GreenTree Inn Sedona

GreenTree Inn Sedona

2991 West State Route 89 A, Sedona, AZ
    2.5 out of 5.0
    4.0 out of 5 (6 reviews)

    Our customers tell us they enjoy GreenTree Inn Sedona's central location. During your stay, you'll be within walking distance of Amitabha Stupa. Enjoy features ...

    Comfortably did the jobVisited for seminar in Cottonwood,but 'no room at the Inn' so had to come 15miles to Sedona.Boy am i glad.What a place!Never got tired of looking at those Red Rocks in awe. Stayed for 3 nights. Can sum up as a good,budget hotel. Rooms v.clean although just needed to ask for balcony/terrace to be ...
    Seeker26 Oct 2010

    GreenTree Inn Sedona€96

    GreenTree Inn Sedona€96

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