52 Things To Do In Sedona, AZ

  1. Take a pottery class at Sedona Arts Center or visit the exhibits.
  2. Hike to Cathedral Rock.
  3. Star gaze and look for UFO’s with Sedona UFO Tours.
  4. Get a psychic reading or buy crystals at Green Witch Creations.
  5. Stay in a tiny home at TinyCamp a tiny house village.
  6. Visit the only McDonald’s with teal arches instead of yellow.
  7. Float in a tank at True Rest.
  8. Try kava tea at Lacuna Kava Bar.
  9. Freeze your body to negative temperatures at US Cryotherapy.
  10. Hike Devil’s Bridge Trail.
  11. Make your own glass art at The Melting Point.
  12. Explore Sedona in style with Pink Jeep Tours.
  13. Get hypnotized at Happy Hypnosis.
  14. Take a dip at Oak Creek Canyon.
  15. Relax in a salt cave at Sacred Elements.
  16. Enjoy authentic gelato at Pussycat Gelato.
  17. Do a wine or mead flight at The Art of Wine.
  18. Spend an evening thrifting at the many thrift shops in Sedona.
  19. Hike to Bell Rock.
  20. Visit any of the five vortex’s in Sedona.
  21. Meditate at Amitabha Stupa and Peace Park.
  22. Take a yoga class at Sun Moon Studio.
  23. Drink wine and paint with PaintNPlay.
  24. Attend a tea party event at Honey & Hive Apothecary.
  25. Taste test olive oils at Sedona Divine Olive Oils.
  26. Visit the Chapel of the Holy Cross built into the red rocks of Sedona.
  27. Explore Slide Rock State Park.
  28. Enjoy a spa day at Poco Diablo Resort.
  29. Paint and hide rocks with Sedona Painted Rocks.
  30. Skate board at Jack Malmgren Memorial Skate Park.
  31. Watch a movie at Harkins Theatres.
  32. Play golf at Sedona Golf Resort.
  33. Explore Red Rock State Park.
  34. Go on a celestial adventure with Evening Sky Tours.
  35. Honor veterans at Jack Jameson Memorial Park.
  36. Treat yourself to fudge at the Sedona Fudge Company.
  37. Ride in a hot air balloon with Red Rock Balloon Adventures.
  38. Shop for authentic Native American arts and crafts at Kachina House.
  39. Take a helicopter tour with Guidance Air.
  40. Hike to the Palatki Heritage Site.
  41. Pay tribute to the lives lost at the 911 Memorial.
  42. Shop at the outdoor markets at Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping Village.
  43. Walk around Navarro Gallery and Sculpture Garden.
  44. Catch your own fish without a fishing license at Rainbow Trout Farm.
  45. Admire art at Exposures International Gallery of Fine Art.
  46. Take an ATV tour with Arizona ATV Adventures.
  47. Learn about Sedona’s history at Sedona Heritage Museum.
  48. Go mountain biking with Hermosa Tours.
  49. Visit cliff dwellings at Honanki Heritage Site.
  50. Enjoy a private dining experience with Chef Jordan Rd.
  51. Cliff dive at Grasshopper Point.
  52. Sample butterfly elixir at Sedona Wellness Cafe.

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