Sedona – Verde Valley Arts and Culture
With many of Sedona’s galleries showcasing working artists, you are sure to find that “got-to-have-it” art treasure for your home of business. They’ll pack and ship your choice too! Own a piece of Sedona that will last a lifetime. Fine art is a beautiful thing.
Sedona International Film Festival
Celebrating the powerfully creative talent to the independent filmmaker, this week-long annual event attracts a global audience every February. Breathing life into their thoughts through cinema, these artists broaden our understanding while entertaining and engaging us in their creative process.
Sedona Arts Center
Experience art from a different perspective at the Sedona Arts Center and be sure to check the community calendar for one of their special events or art exhibitions. Art and culture with you in mind.
Sedona Heritage Museum
Historically recounting the lifestyle and works of Sedona’s pioneers from 1876, the Museum takes visitors on a trek from the past to the present.
Ringing Rocks Foundation Museum
An unique educational experience preserving and presenting the cultural traditions and healing practices indigenous to the Southwest.
Jerome State Historic Park Museum
About 45 minutes from Sedona, Jerome is a fascinating town, perched high above the Verde Valley on Cleopatra Hill. Once a booming mining town, Jerome has a rich history depicted at the museum. 100 mile panoramic vistas and many boutique shops attract today’s visitors.
Tuzigoot National Monument
A prehistoric ruin from the 13th Century that was originally built by Sinagua Indians has been accurately reconstructed to preserve the architecture of the ancients. Tuzigoot Museum displays Sinaguan artifacts and provides insight into their daily life. Located between Clarkdale and Cottonwood, just 30 minutes from Sedona.