Sedona's Best

Things to do in Sedona

Sedona is a bustling community with plenty of entertainment options for residents and visitors alike. The entertainment scene is particularly robust, with a variety of live music venues, art and film festivals, wine tastings, spiritual self-discovery, and healing events and of course, an organic farmer’s market as well as popup folk art venues. The First Friday Art Walk is a particularly popular event, drawing people from all over the world to enjoy the work of local artists.
There’s also a lively nightlife scene, with live music at several bars and clubs to choose from. No matter what your interests are, there’s sure to be something happening in Sedona that will appeal to you.

eat in sedona

Eat in Sedona


Enjoy the best hiking and exploring this world has to offer by coming to Sedona, Arizona. Endulge in luxury resorts as you explore red rock vortex hikes, mountain biking and out of this world helicopter tours. 

How about Sedona’s Best Shopping? Crystals, art, bronze sculptures, clothing, you name it. Sedona has it all.

There are lots of things to do in Sedona that you can do alone or with the family. There are dozens of fun things you can do for free, with the kids or even with your dog.

Visit Sedona’s Chapel of the Holy Cross. Marvel at the natural beauty of Sedona’s rock formations. Take in the natural beauty of Red Rock Country. Take a day trip and explore Sedona’s Oak Creek Canyon, Grand Canyon, Bell Rock or the Airport Mesa. Hike the red rocks of Sedona. Take a Sedona jeep tour or helicopter tour Visit the many Sedona art galleries. Enjoy Native American Art by Sedona Native Americans.

Take your kids or the kid in yourself to Sedona Slide Rock for unforgettable fun the entire family can enjoy!

There are wonderful romantic things to do such as dinner by candlelight at sunset with an incredible Sedona view of the red rocks.

Get a bird’s eye view with a helicopter tour or explore the red rocks by jeep tour and let’s not forget wine tours for the aficionados.

There are even guided Sedona vortex tours for those wishing to bask themselves in the energy of the red rocks.

You can take the time for a day at any of Sedona’s Best Spas for some serious Sedona pampering, facials, massages, and crystal healing.

If you are thinking of visiting Sedona check out Sedona’s Best Visitors Guidebook to find the best places to eat, play and stay in Sedona.