Sedona Heritage Museum

735 Jordan Rd, Sedona, AZ 86336 - United States




The Sedona Heritage Museum is operated by the Sedona Historical Society. The Museum’s exhibits include stories of area pioneers, movies made in Sedona, local wine-making heritage, arts heritage, cowboy life, vintage vehicles, and antique orchard and fruit processing equipment. The red rock home, apple packing shed and tractor shed are on the National Register of Historic Places.

Visit the Telegraph Office, the last remaining building from the old Sedona western movie set. Visit a replica of an Oak Creek Canyon tenthouse.

Children are engaged with the Kids Korral, a free scavenger hunt or an activity book - all based on the museum experience.

The Gift Shop has jewelry, books, shirts, knives, dvds of movies made in Sedona, quilts, items for children, gifts, souvenirs and many handmade items made by local artists.

The Museum is on the Jordan Farmstead in the City of Sedona’s Jordan Historical Park. Children under 12 and Society members are free.

The Museum is located in a beautiful 4+ acre city park with picnic tables. Walk the nature trail and, seasonally, enjoy the fruit in the orchard. Our setting is at the base of beautiful red rocks with panoramic views and a rural setting just off the Uptown shopping district.


The Museum recently opened a new permanent exhibit - a tribute to Sedona's long arts heritage, including work by founders of the Cowboy Artists of America and the Father of Dadaism-Surrealism, Max Ernst.

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