Sedona Area Museums
Our Museum is focused on the lifestyles and works of the people who pioneered this community, from 1876 to the present. The Sedona Historical Society's mission is to research, preserve and teach the history of the greater Sedona area.
Clemenceau Heritage Museum
Located in Cottonwood, Arizona. The museum is maintained and operated by volunteers from the non-profit Verde Historical Society. The museum preserves and displays the artifacts and heritage of the Verde Valley. Admission is free
Fort Verde State Historic Park
The park is the best preserved example of an Indian Wars period fort in Arizona. Spanning from 1865 through 1890 Camp Lincoln, Camp Verde and finally Fort Verde were home to officers, doctors, families, enlisted men, and scouts.
The compact museum with its beautiful hammered tin ceiling covers a lot of ground-from gambling and the red light district to education, mining, commerce, medicine, the arts. It features Jerome's early history plus more recent events.
Jerome State Historic Park
A museum devoted to history of the Jerome area and the Douglas family. The museum features exhibits of photographs, artifacts, and minerals in addition to a video presentation and a 3-D model of the town with its underground mines.
Additional Sedona Area Information
Map & Directions Oak Creek Trail
Oak Creek Canyon Map & Directions
Oak Creek Canyon Photos By Koopsen
Oak Creek Canyon Vista Point
Sedona Aerial Photos By Koopsen
Sedona Winter Photos By Koopsen
Verde Canyon Railroad
The Wonder Of Sedona & Oak Creek