102 Things To Do In and Around Sedona, AZ

Sedona is unbelievable - beautiful, friendly, clean, and lots of fantastic things to see and do. Here is a great list of things to do in Sedona thanks to the Sedona Chamber of Commerce.

1.     Explore Uptown Sedona
2.     Visit Out of Africa Wildlife Park
3.     Golf at one of Sedona’s 18-hole Courses
4.     Take a specialty jeep tour
5.     Get your aura photographed
6.     Receive a spiritual reading/session
7.     Hike to the bottom of Montezuma Well
8.     Visit Montezuma Castle National Monument
9.     Visit Tuzigoot National Monument
10.   Explore Dead Horse Ranch State Park
11.   Visit Red Rock State Park
12.   Visit Fort Verde State Park
13.   Explore Jerome State Historical Park
14.   Attend a Creative Life Center lecture
15.   Enjoy dinner and show at Blazin’ M Ranch
16.   Take the Verde Canyon Train
17.   Try Gambling at Cliff Castle Casino
18.   Grab a pad and sketch the Red Rocks
19.   Spend time bird watching
20.   Enjoy a latte at one of Sedona’s coffeehouses
21.   Enjoy a movie at Harkins Theatre
22.   Study about Sedona’s vortexes
23.   Dine at one of the many restaurants
24.   Hike one or more of the 100+ trails in the Coconino National Forest
25.   View Native American art & jewelry or watch artists create masterpieces at local galleries
26.   Have a picnic and spend the day at Slide Rock State Park
27.   Enjoy a scenic drive around the Verde Valley
28.   Take a guided day trip to the Grand Canyon
29.   Try buffalo, rattlesnake and cactus fries at local eateries
30.   Visit Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village
31.   Enjoy our very own microbrewery – Oak Creek Brewery
32.   Visit the Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center
33.   Ride the Sedona Trolley
34.   Check out Hozho Distinctive Shops & Galleries
35.   Relax poolside at one of Sedona’s lovely resorts 
36.   Shop at Hillside Sedona!
37.   Save over $2000 on local attractions, restaurants and activities with the Sedona SuperPass
38.   Relax and enjoy the views and cool evenings
39.   Shop at Oak Creek Factory Outlets
40.   Visit the Free Ringing Rocks Foundation Museum
41.   Visit the Sedona Arts Center
42.   Participate in the Sedona Marathon
43.   Visit local galleries to view western themed art
44.   Play a round of tennis
45.   Go for a swim at the Sedona community pool
46.   Have a picnic at Posse Ground or Sunset Park
47.   Ride your skateboard at the Sedona Skate Park
48.   Take a self-guided walking tour of Historic Uptown
49.   Visit one of the Sedona area wineries and wine shops
50.   Visit the Museum of Northern Arizona
51.   Hike the Bird Sanctuary in Page Springs
52.   Enjoy a prickly pear cactus drink
53.   Get a bird's eye view of the Verde Valley in a hot-air balloon
54.   Visit the unique Chapel of the Holy Cross
55.   Visit the Amitabha stupa in the beautiful red rocks
56.   Take the free “First Friday Gallery Tour,” by the Sedona Gallery Association
57.   Savor the many bookstores and book signings
58.   Watch the sunset at the airport overlook
59.   Purchase a red rock dirt shirt
60.   Explore the architecture of the beautiful homes in Sedona
61.   Get romantic at one of Sedona’s Bed & Breakfasts
62.   Shop for antiques in the Verde Valley
63.   Get a manicure or pedicure with your own version of a red-rock color
64.   Take a yoga class
65.   See outdoor art and sculptures
66.   Go for a hike on the popular West Fork Trail in Oak Creek Canyon
67.   Take the Grand Canyon Railway from Williams to the Grand Canyon
68.   Visit Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff
69.   Put on "Wild West" costumes for a Vintage Portrait at Olde Tyme PhotoWorks Uptown
70.   Visit the 200-acre botanical garden at the Arboretum in Flagstaff
71.   Check out a live performance at local events
72.   Visit the Institute of Ecotourism for a fun environmental experience
73.   Take a journey through a Sedona labyrinth
74.   Soar above the red rocks in a bi-plane
75.   Take a vortex lecture at the Institute of Ecotourism
76.   Experience an intuitive / psychic reading
77.   Nurture your mind and body at a spiritual & wellness retreat
78.  Visit the Sedona Public Library and the Sedona
  Schnebly statue
79.   Go visit and hike in Wupatki and Walnut Canyon.
80.   Take a Hummer tour or other specialty ground tour
81.   Take a day trip to Jerome
82.   Fish and swim in the Verde River
83.   Take a day trip to the Hopi Reservation
84.   Take an air tour to the Grand Canyon
85.   Shop, dine and soak in the view at the Hyatt Pinon Pointe Center
86.   Check out Sedona’s spiritual bookstores and gift shops
87.   Try a vortex veggie sandwich or vortex pizza
88.   Drop in for a 2nd Tuesday film with the Sedona International Film Festival
89.   Make a bead necklace at one of Sedona’s bead shops
90.   Rent a Harley and drive the scenic roads of Sedona
91.   Indulge in a hot stone massage at one of the many spas
92.   Enjoy a refreshing Sedona ice cream treat
93.   See Sedona from above on a helicopter ride
94.   Take in a Shakespeare Sedona performance at Tlaquepaque
95.   Visit Clemenceau Heritage Museum
96.   Send a souvenir email postcard from Sedona
97.   Catch a trout in Oak Creek
98.   Go hiking at Red Rock Crossing and have a picnic at Crescent Moon
99.    Enjoy live entertainment at local businesses
100.  Play a round of mini-golf
101.  Visit the Sedona Heritage Museum, listed on the National Register of Historic Places
102.  Or Enjoy star gazing with Sedona’s dark skies


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