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Sedona, Arizona

Still relatively unurbanized, Sedona immerges as one of America's natural masterpieces. Magnificent red rocks extend upwards as natural skyscrapers, while clear waters flow around them. Native Americans thrived in the area before the arrival of Europeans, and now both national and international visitors come to see the astonishing landscapes of the city. Sedona is commonly known for being a spiritual retreat destination.


Most stores are open seven days a week 10am to 8pm or later. Bars and clubs tend to close around 2am.
Visitor Information Center
331 Forest Road
Sedona, AZ 86336
+1 928 282 7722

The City of Sedona

Sedona has been inhabited since the early days of civilization. Nowadays, it still remains a relatively calm city, attracting packs of tourists every year to see its very own and distinctive skyline – the sun shining over the Red Rock makes for a magnificent view that can be seen from anywhere in town. Plenty of Americans have either made Sedona their permanent residence, or a frequent stop on their vacation itineraries.

Do & See in Sedona

Sedona is not only Arizona's biggest attraction, but also one of the Southwest's top vacation destinations. Its main attraction is the Red Rock State Park, with its abundant outdoor activities and peaceful trails. In this desert town that is surrounded by bright-orange mountains and countless pine trees, you'll find plenty to do.
Lowell Observatory
Founded in 1894 by Percival Lowell, the Lowell Observatory serves as a research institution, as well as a public space for astronomy enthusiasts, featuring telescopes, multimedia shows, and exhibits. The dwarf planet Pluto was discovered here in 1930 by Clyde Tombaugh.
Slide Rock State Park
Once overgrown with apple trees, Slide Rock State Park is nowadays a major destination for visitors hike and swim in the natural water slide that gives the name to the park. Nonetheless, in Slide Rock you can also witness remains of the early agricultural development of Central Arizona
CenterFocus Adventures
CenterFocus offers a wide variety of canyoning and hiking experiences along the waters of the Havasupai Indian Reservation. Their educational tours are the go-to to get a glimpse of local tribes and archaeology.
Sedona Fly Fishing Adventures
Treat yourself a refreshing fly fishing adventure on fishing Sedona’s waters after a day of hiking or exploring. Sedona Fly Fishing Adventures is the sole locally owned and licensed Fly Fishing Guide Service, ensuring that all customers receive top-quality experience.
Sedona Sacred Earth Tours
Sedona Sacred Earth Tours organizes spiritual hikes and retreats through Sedona and its nearby natural reserves. The events are private and are influenced by indigenous spiritual teachings. Choose from 4-hour retreats to 4-day retreats.
Canyon Mesa Country Club
The Canyon Mesa Country Club is a Triple A-rated executive par 3 golf course. Beautifully located among the red rocks of Sedona, Canyon Mesa caters to both beginners and pros. Its length and difficulty levels make for a perfect round of target golf”
Sedona Golf Resort
Sedona Golf Resort is a golf experience second to none. Besides a wide variety of golf courses, the resort also hosts a grill-style restaurant where you can enjoy a very deserved dinner after an afternoon full of golf.
Out of Africa Wildlife Park
An Arizona landmark since the late 80s, Out of Africa Wildlife Park is the perfect destination for a family trip. Petting safaris and exotic water shows make this wildlife park stand out among the rest.

Dining in Sedona

Despite being located in the heart of Arizona, Sedona has a worldwide range of restaurants to offer. The town's dining scene is flourishing more than ever, with restaurants for all walks of life. Sedona cuisine is known for its use of the prickly pear cactus, an exotic ingredient used in candies, tea, cocktails, and even ice cream. Its taste can be described as fruity and sweet with a tangy aftertaste.
L'Auberge de Sedona
L’Auberge features one of Sedona’s most extensive wine lists, as well as an American-inspired French cuisine menu. Nestled in nature, the restaurant lies between a wood of sycamore trees and a romantic creek. The menu is seasonal and changes according to the available ingredients.
Tortas de Fuego
In Tortas de Fuego you will find authentic, non-Americanized Mexican dishes. All the staple Mexican dishes are prepared with fresh ingredients and served at affordable prices by the friendly staff. Vegetarian, gluten-free, and kids' options are available as well.
Cucina Rustica
Cucina Rustica will provide you a memorable Italian and Mediterranean fine dining experience. Located in a building with a style reminiscing the traditional Italian architecture, its patio is the perfect location for a summer night outdoor dinner.
Che Ah Chi
Located in the Enchantment Resort. Enjoy a fine fusion of Southwestern and Modern American cuisine—all supplemented by an exceptional wine list. There is a dress code for dinner.
SaltRock Southwest Kitchen
Amara's restaurant aims to impress everyone with their fresh, organic ingredients and culinary creativity. Their North American-inspired cuisine is to be enjoyed by their firepit while enjoying an astonishing view of the sky.
Golden Goose American Gril
The Golden Goose is a 5-star affordable venue. As one of the top-rated restaurants in Sedona, Golden Goose serves all the American grill quintessential dishes. The Golden Goose's patio is the ideal place for all occasions, from business luncheons to romantic dinners.
Open Range Grill & Tavern
Serving comfort Southwestern food, Open Range is the go-to place for the most spectacular view of the Red Rock. In addition to the delicious menu, Open Range also has a full bar, with fine wines and draft & bottled beers.
Hiro's Sushi and Japanese Kitchen
Hiro's is a breath of fresh air in the Sedona dining scene. Serving Japanese sushi and other staple dishes — as well as Japanese beer and sake — Hiro’s is an authentic Japanese experience.

Cafes in Sedona

The astonishing view of the Red Rocks is one of the most spectacular views that you can admire while having a warm cup of coffee. Most of Sedona's cafes take advantage of their location to serve warm drinks and savory snacks in a unique setting, with many of them offering plenty of vegan or vegetarian options.
Red Rock Cafe
If you are craving a quick, savory bite, Red Rock Cafe is the place to go. With a breakfast menu served all day long, you can choose from a wide range of dishes inspired by cuisines from all over the world. Do not miss their signature huevos rancheros.
Casa Sedona Restaurant
Casa Sedona Restaurant serves a cozy, warming breakfast every day. Casa Sedona Restaurant is open to the public, but reservations are required to those who are not staying at Casa Sedona Inn. You can enjoy your breakfast outdoors while gazing at the red rocks, or stay by the fireplace on cooler days.
Local Juicery
For those seeking healthy options or in need of dishes that suit alternative diets, Local Juicery is a must-go. Their creative, tasty milkshakes and smoothies, paired with the attentive staff, make this place difficult to resist – even for those with specialised dietary requirements.
Wildflower Bread Company
Wildflower Bread Company is a local chain specialized bakery and coffee shop. Freshly baked bread, bagels, and gourmet sandwiches are all served in a friendly atmosphere.
The Heartline Cafe
Each meal at Heartline Cafe is crafted from seasonal, local and organic ingredients that altogether will provide you a healthy and delicious experience. Besides its health-conscious menu options, Heartline is popular for its green patio that lies against red rocks.
Within the luxurious Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa you will find the Reds bistro and bar. This acclaimed restaurant and lounge has won awards for its appetizers and Happy Hour. Besides its great breakfast menu, the restaurant's fine dishes are popular among both tourists and locals alike.
The Secret Garden Café
With many signature dishes, The Secret Garden Cafe in Tlaquepaque is a great choice for any time of the day. Its garden patio is kept a “secret” by a canopy of floral designs and greenery. You can expect wonderful soups, gourmet salads, fine cakes, a wide variety of teas, and a full espresso bar. Do not miss the bar Happy Hour, Monday to Friday 4pm–6pm.
Harry's Hideaway
Harry's Hideaway is located in the Sedona’s wineries. The strategic location gives all the visitors the chance to try Arizonan wines, local brews, and top-shelf spirits. Daily specials are featured on the menu which is features meals like crab cakes, hamburgers, steaks, and vegetarian dishes, as well as vegetarian and vegan dishes, and housemade desserts.

Bars & Nightlife in Sedona

Sedona is known for plenty of amazing things to do, but nightclubs are not among what they are known for. But who needs nightclubs when you have a tremendous amount of bars to choose from? The locals enjoy visiting the bars in the town as well, making it the perfect way for you to experience Arizona like a local.
Juniper Bar & Grille
The Juniper Bar & Grille is located at the Sedona Golf Resort. Enjoy wine and signature cocktail drinks on the amazing outdoor patio while admiring the stunning panoramic views of the Red Rocks. Complement your drink with one of the dishes from their American typical dishes.
Oak Creek Brewery & Grill
Oak Creek has a selection of award-winning craft and local beers — all served in their frosty glasses. The full bar opens daily at 11.30am. You can also choose a couple of bite-sized snacks do go with the beer of your choice.
Olde Sedona Bar & Grill
Besides its nice selection of dishes and drinks, Olde Sedona is also known for being a sports bar with plenty of live entertainment. Its entertainment events, such as live karaoke, begin at 9pm each evening.
Canyon Breeze Restaurant & Bar
Located with Uptown Sedona, Canyon Breeze operates a full bar service with a variety of beverages, as well as a restaurant that serves meals throughout the day. Guests can enjoy an amazing sunset view from the patio while eating and drinking with their loved ones.
Javelina Cantina
Dive into the authentic Mexican flavors and drinks at Javelina. Weekly specials, a daily happy hour, and a premier Tequila Bar make this place a great destination to have some refreshing drinks and snacks.
Timo Wine Bar
Timo has a carefully selected gourmet menu to offer to you. However, their potential lies in the wine tasting, Friday to Sunday 5pm–6pm. Enjoy some of the best European wines, and stay in longer for a one-of-a-kind gastronomic experience.

Shopping in Sedona

With a strong, creative art community, Sedona is a paradise when it comes to art and craft shopping, with its galleries full of art pieces from all around the globe. Besides art, the town is known for its turquoise jewelry, since the state of Arizona is rich in turquoise mines. Classic Southern leather items that can also be found in many shops.
Hillside Sedona
Hillside Sedona is home to some of Southwest’s finest art galleries and specialty shops. Located within the mellifluous Oak Creek, Hillside Sedona is surrounded by gardens, fountains, and walking paths. Take a day to stroll around, do some shopping, or simply take the opportunity to enjoy the company of friends or family in one of Sedona’s most scenic shopping locations.
Creekside Plaza
Creekside Plaza is an open-air shopping complex with a wide variety of shops. You can also relax in the spa, or seek inspiration in one of the art galleries. Even though its shopping nature, Creekside Plaza is a good place to relax and unwind.
The Shops at Hyatt Pinon Pointe
The Shops at Hyatt Pinon Pointe is a shopping complex with an astonishing view. There are 3 courtyards overlooking the Red Rocks with name brand stores, as well as some dining options.
Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village
Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village has been a staple of Sedona shopping since the 1970s. Over 40 galleries and shops will make for a pleasant shopping day, with four restaurants where you can have a great dining experience. Walk around and feel the beauty of Southwestern architecture.
Garland's Navajo Rugs
Garland's Navajo Rugs is the popular store that sells native tapestry, pottery or jewelry, preserving the indigenous cultural heritage. Everything sold in the store is made by local Navajo tribespeople.
Blue-Eyed Bear
Bolster your collection of Native American art with a stop at the Blue-Eyed Bear. This jewelry store specializes in original, modern jewelry from local artists, with many of the works being known for turquoise jewelry.
Kachina House
As Arizona's largest distributor of Native American art and artifacts, Kachina House caters to those searching for Hopi and Navajo pieces. Pottery, jewelry, and tapestry made by Native Americans are among the goods which you can find.
Trailhead Tea
At Trailhead Tea you’ll find hundreds of teas from every corner of the world. This tea-dedicated department store also sells tea accessories and gifts. The friendly and knowledgeable staff will help you to pick the perfect tea for you.

Tourist Information for Sedona

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport operates flights by major U.S. airlines, as well as other North American and British airlines. Direct flights are available to roughly 80 domestic and 20 international destinations. The airport is located 3 miles from the central business district with the Valley Metro bus route 13 serving all terminals. Taxi access operates in terminals 2, 3 and 4. SuperShuttle provides collective transportation. Car rental is also available.
Passport / Visa
Citizens of the Schengen countries, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and the Kingdom of Brunei can visit the United States for up to 90 days without applying for a visa (as well as citizens of Andorra, Lichtenstein, Monaco and San Marino). Citizens of these countries must obtain an ESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorization) before traveling. All other travelers must obtain a visa before visiting the United States. International travelers need a passport that is valid for at least 3 months after the end of their intended trip in order to enter the country.
Best Time to Visit
The best time to visit Sedona is from March to May when the temperatures are warm but not too hot. This is the hikers' preferred season to visit Sedona as the landscape becomes the most vibrant and colorful. September to November is another equally good period to visit for outdoor activities due to mild temperatures all over town. Winter is a slow season, making it the cheapest time to visit. The weather is pleasant all year-round.
Time Zone
Sedona is located in the Mountain Standard Timezone (GMT-7).
Public Transport
Verde Lynx Public Transportation connects the central Cottonwood library to uptown Sedona along the 89A and northern portions of the SR 179. It operates 7 days a week, Monday to Saturday from 6am to 7:15pm and Sunday 7.30 am to 6 pm. Multiday passes are available for purchase.
The following taxi services are available in the Sedona area:
Sedona Taxi +1 928 204 9111
Avor Taxi +1 928 204 4444
US Post Office
Country Code: +1
Area Code: 928
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