Sedona Heritage Museum
18 locals recommend ·
About this place
The history of the Sedona area: buildings, exhibits, photos, and more. It's also a great place for a picnic lunch and a perfect location for a wedding.
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Learn the history of Sedona. Old Sedona red rock cabin, classic fire engine, photos and antique items located among the Apple Orchards.
If you are a history buff and would like to learn about Sedona's roots you should visit this little museum. It's a small museum that won't take much time.
The Heritage Museum is part of the Sedona Historical Society and they have a pretty comprehensive exhibit on the history of Sedona and the surrounding area. If you're curious about the pioneers that settled this area, the Heritage Museum is a good stop to make.
A great place to get a feel for the history of Sedona. Located in uptown Sedona.
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