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Sightseeing Locations

Sedona, AZ Holy Chapel of the Rocks
Sedona, AZ Slide Rock
Grand Canyon
  • Chapel of The Holy Cross – Built in 1956, a shrine of captivating architecture built directly into the red rocks. Located on 179, about 3 miles south of the “Y” (the round-a-bout at the intersection of State Route 89A and 179).
  • Sedona Heritage Museum – The museum highlights the pioneers and settlers of Sedona, by maintaining Sedona’s history in photos and archives. It is located at 735 Jordan Road in Uptown Sedona.
  • Slide Rock State Park – Enter into the Oak Creek Canyon through Uptown Sedona and drive 8 miles north. Mother Nature’s natural red rock water slide will have kids and adults splashing! Fee required.
  • Red Rock Crossing – From W. State Route 89A, turn onto Upper Red Rock Loop Road and follow it down the winding road to one of the most photographed scenes in the U.S., Cathedral Rock overlooking the creek. Enjoy lunch creek side or use the public picnic tables. No overnight camping. Fee required.
  • Red Rock State Park – Turn onto Lower Red Rock Loop Road off W. State Route 89A. The park has 286 acres of Sedona land and water and is fully surrounded by Sedona’s Red Rocks. Red Rock State Park was established as a center for environmental education. Fee required.
  • Uptown Sedona – Full of boutique shops, art galleries, historical souvenir shops, and excellent restaurants; Uptown Sedona is not only a place for tourists but a reminder to residents of Sedona’s charm.
  • Grand Canyon – Drive two and a half hours north of Sedona to the South Rim, or for a special treat, take a turn-of-the-century historic train from Williams to the Park.
  • Jerome – A historical mining town built high into Cleopatra Hill is located 37 miles southwest of Sedona. Take a trip back in history to the old mining town; take a tour of the State Historic Park that recounts the mining history so significant to Arizona.
  • Verde River Canyon – Travel to Clarkdale to board a train that takes passengers along the Verde River, past crimson cliffs and into the heart of Sycamore Canyon.
Montezuma Castle National Monument
  • Honanki – From the “Y” in Sedona, drive 9 miles west on State Route 89A and turn right onto FR 525 (dirt road). Continue to travel approximately 10 miles to Honanki. A site located in the red rock cliffs at the base of Loy Butte that holds ruins and rock art created by the Sinagua Indians. Fee required.
  • Montezuma Castle National Monument – 25 miles south of Sedona, Exit 289 off I-17, to find Native American cliff dwellings that are possibly the oldest and most preserved dwellings that still remain in the Southwest. Fee required.
  • Tuzigoot National Monument – Travel southwest of Sedona to view prehistoric ruins built by the Sinagua Indians in the 13th Century. Tuzigoot is located between Cottonwood and Clarkdale.
  • Fort Verde State Historic Park – In the 1870s, during the Indian Campaigns, Fort Verde was a major fort for General George Crook. Travel to Camp Verde, about 30 minutes southwest of Sedona to step back into military history in Arizona. Fee required.