Central Territory Region

Attractions

Jerome Artists Cooperative Gallery - Jerome has been a Mecca for artists since its near ghost town days. The picturesque buildings, mining sites, and stately ruins provide rich materials for a variety of art forms.

Sharlot Hall Museum - Sharlot Hall Museum explores human and natural history through festivals, outdoor theater performances, exhibits, publications and research services.

The Sedona Heritage Museum - The Sedona Heritage Museum tells the stories of Sedona pioneers, how they lived and the things they used. The museum also features a US Forest Service exhibit, a room that commemorates more than 80 feature movies made in Sedona, a room that shows the life of the real cowboys and how they worked, a 4000-square-foot Apple Barn and a gift shop.

Phippen Museum - Museum of Western Art whose exhibits lend insight into the lives of people in the region.


Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts - Within this Spanish colonial style arts and crafts complex, nestled beneath shade sycamores on the banks of beautiful Oak Creek, are over forty specialty shops, renowned fine art galleries, superb restaurants, and more.

Verde Canyon Railroad - Verde Canyon Railroad is an excursion train that takes you on a 3-hour, 40-mile round trip through the Sycamore Wilderness Area and North Verde River Canyon. Some call this region the 'other' Grand Canyon.

Casa Malpais Archaeological Park & Museum - Casa Malpais Foundation located in Springerville Arizona offers Guided Daily Tours of its archaeological site. During the tour you may encounter ongoing excavations of The Ruins while exploring the Pueblos, Great Kiva, Observatory and more.  (928) 333-5375.

  

 

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