Sedona Heritage Museum
An open-air museum gives an in-depth view of Sedona from post-Civil War to the present. Although the city wasn't established until 1902, there is a lot of formative history in the decades preceding the 20th century. The museum is like a large farm frozen in time with three historical buildings, a tent-house replica, a restored movie set building, and plenty of artifacts, mementos, and antique farming equipment. It is surrounded by towering red sandstone formations that Sedona is famous for. The museum is usually open daily from 11 to 3, although it sometimes closes temporarily for repairs. Prices are $7 per adult. Call (928) 282-7038 for more info and updates.