Best 17 Things To Do In Sedona

Updated: Mar 6, 2020

For a small tourist city like Sedona with a population of just over 10,000 full-time residents, this town packs more things to do on vacation than any other destination point across the globe.

There is adventure, arts & culture, tours & sightseeing, shopping, family fun, wineries & wine tasting, attractions & entertainment, golf, city-wide events, spiritual and wellness platforms, nightlife, dining, shopping, hiking, vortexes, tennis, swimming, fishing and more than 100 more things to do.

Looking for adventure? For the really venturesome there’s do it yourself off-road jeep and all-terrain vehicle rentals.

Sedona jeep tours will take you on a ride into the hidden places in Red Rock Country that you can’t access by car while learning some of Sedona’s secrets.

There is nothing more fascinating than guided helicopter tours from which you can see the beauty of Sedona from high above and places unreachable by land.

If you are hungry Sedona boasts some of the finest restaurants around offering you fine dining meals to the best burgers anywhere, all packed in within a few miles along Sedona’s main thoroughfare on 89A and S.R. 179.

At the Sedona Heritage Museum, where you can unearth and fabulous fine-art establishments offering art in every form and modality from oil paintings to gigantic bronze sculptures.

If you are tired and sore from a day of hiking, discovering some of some of Sedona’s best spas and massage therapists who are ready to rub your blues away in a beautiful environment and relax you more deep than you ever have been before.

Every day there is so much to do it’s impossible to run out of the wonderful experiences awaiting you.

Go for a trolley ride. Take a mountain bike out for a spin along the many bike trails. Keep it real with a backpack and let your legs take you through the many paths surrounding the red rock mountains.

Like music? Sedona is full of performing artists of great talent playing their hearts out every night in local restaurants and venues. There’s also a guitar museum themed restaurant with live music nightly.

During the warmer months kids and adults will love the thrill of cooling off in Slide Rock State Park a natural water features the whole family will love.

Looking for a spiritual and healing experience? There are dozens of metaphysical outlets and locations throughout Sedona with psychics ready to help you discover more about yourself.

Want to shop? Take your pick of unique shopping experiences. You can wander about Tlaquepaque a replica of a Mexican Village or Hillside Sedona or The Shops at Piñon Pointe and treat yourself to clothing, gifts, art and so much more.

So if you are looking for fun things to do in Sedona browse through our website and learn more right from your phone or pick up your copy of Sedona’s Best Visitor’s Guidebook displayed throughout Sedona and at the Sedona Chamber of Commerce. Happy Trails!

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