Sedona Heritage Museum
Located in a 4.8-acre historical oasis known as Jordan Historical Park, your group will find the Sedona Heritage Museum. This Uptown Sedona attraction was established in 1998, once a historical homestead for the Jordan Family, is now a museum working to preserve the ever-growing history of Sedona. The focus of this establishment is on the lifestyles and works of people who pioneered the community, from 1876 to today, as well as the surrounding community, education, historic preservation, and restoration of the community. A visit to the Sedona Heritage Museum gives guests personal enjoyment, entertainment, and an education and research tool for community and regional knowledge.
Once here your group will get to explore any of the many excellent regular exhibits which highlight things such as Early Settlers, Ranching and Cowboys, the Orchard Industry, Sedona based movies, or the town’s namesake, Sedona Schnebly. Take a self-guided audio tour or docent-led tour as you explore the historic themes and rich stories of Sedona's past, the history-themed programs, or the many interactive educational activities throughout. Take advantage of any special events happening at the time as well, such as the Fall Arts and Crafts fair, seasonal weddings, or just head over to the research library and explore the genealogy of the community! This is a great place to learn the rich history of Sedona and Arizona in general!