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Sedona Fudge Company

Sedona Fudge Company In 1887 a small Mackinac Island candy creationist made a very rewarding mistake with his chocolate fondue recipe, setting it upon a marble slab and allowing the smooth, creamy texture to form and created something altogether new and delicious. This is how fudge was made, and this is exactly how fudge is…
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Exposures International Gallery of Fine Art

Exposures International Gallery of Fine Art Created in 1996, the Exposures International Gallery of Fine Arts is a world-renowned venue showcasing "art that will affect the world in a positive way". This extraordinary gallery belongs to owners and creators Mary and Diane Herman, a local couple passionate about presenting art with honesty, integrity, and love.…
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Sedona Heritage Museum

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…
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Devil’s Bridge

Devil's Bridge [caption id="attachment_33783" align="alignright" width="220"] Hiker girl jumping in Devils bridge, Sedona Arizona[/caption] Though it's called a bridge, this next stop at the edge of Wide Valley on the north side of Capitol Butte is actually a red rock arch. This natural attraction is among the most viewed in the region, a geological wonder created by…
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Slide Rock State Park

  Slide Rock State Park [caption id="attachment_33795" align="alignright" width="425"] Slide Rock State Park Pixabay Public Domain[/caption] Slide Rock State Park in Oak Creek Canyon, within the Coconino National Forest, was dedicated officially as a U.S. Forest Service managed the park in 1985. This state park is actually one of the most noted and popular tourist…
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Palatki and Honanki Heritage Site

Palatki and Honanki Heritage Site [caption id="attachment_33789" align="alignright" width="425"] Palatki Pixabay Public Domain[/caption] The Palatki Heritage Site and Ruins are located in Coconino National Forest and sit alongside their sister site Honanki. These two sites combined made up the largest dwellings in Red Rock County between 1150 and 1350 AD, a time when the Sinagua…
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