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Sedona Stargazing Trail
Sedona Picnics Trail
Sedona Arts & Culture Trail
Sedona Spiritual Trail
site 1 Gallery District

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Featuring world-class artwork in every genre, this part of town is Sedona’s creative hub, attracting collectors from all over the globe.

TIP: During the holidays, Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village hosts a wide variety of fun winter festivals.
site 2 Honanki Heritage Site

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Surrounded by petroglyphs and pictographs, you’ll discover a piece of each native culture to inhabit Honanki for the last 4,000 years.

TIP: Watch your step, as you may see snakes as you make your way through the site.
site 3 Oak Creek

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Amid the incredible natural scenery of Oak Creek Canyon, you’ll find a special selection of Native American and Southwest art and jewelry.

TIP: Getting here is half the fun, as the drive to Oak Creek Canyon is an official American Scenic Byway.
site 4 The Village of Oak Creek

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The boutique-style offerings in the Village of Oak Creek provide an eclectic mix of restaurants, shops, and galleries.

TIP: Early pioneers originally named this area “Big Park” for the wide-open space between scenic red rocks and canyons.
site 5 Uptown Sedona

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As your last stop before entering Oak Creek Canyon, visit a myriad of shops and restaurants in Uptown Sedona.

TIP: Make sure to visit the Sedona Arts Center, home to classes and workshops, gallery exhibitions, and special events.
site 6 V Bar V Heritage Site

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The ancient history of Sedona’s native people can be experienced at the largest rock art site in Red Rock Country, featuring over 1,000 petroglyphs.

TIP: You may need a 4-wheel drive vehicle along some bumpy dirt roads on your way there.
site 7 West Sedona

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Among the wide selection of studios, you’re likely to see artists and artisans hard at work creating everything from pottery to glasswork.

TIP: A few places give visitors the opportunity to create their own art to take home.
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