Small-town museums possess an old-fashioned, laidback charm, and this one is no exception. Sedona Heritage Museum showcases life among the red rocks from early pioneer days until the present. The focus is split between exhibits on apple-growing, cowboys and movies. That’s a trifecta rarely seen in museums, but it covers much of Sedona’s history. This was cowboy country, although the early settlers thrived along Oak Creek by growing apples and peaches. And nearly 100 feature films were shot in Sedona so the movie room is chock-full of photo stills, posters, storyboards, a diorama of the old western movie set, and a loop of Sedona-based flicks. Admission is nominal ($3). The setting, a peaceful homestead and orchard in Jordan Historical Park, is worth a visit alone.
- Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 11:00 AM to 04:00 PM
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