North-Central Arizona Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in North-Central Arizona - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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The Smoki Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

The 1935 stone-and-log building, which resembles an Indian pueblo, is almost as interesting as the Native American artifacts inside.

The Spa at L'Auberge

  • Spa–Sight

As one of Sedona's upscale resorts, L'Auberge offers an array of spa amenities for both resort guests and those lodging elsewhere. Here...

The Spa at Sedona Rouge

  • Spa–Sight

This spa is like an understated healing environment. Deepak Chopra chooses this simple and tranquil setting for his weeklong "SynchroDestiny...

Tuzigoot National Monument

  • Native American Site

Impressive in scope, Tuzigoot National Monument is a complex of the Sinagua people, who lived on this land overlooking the Verde Valley...

Vail Building

  • Building/Architectural Site

Most of the area's first businesses were saloons catering to railroad construction workers, which was the case with the 1888 Vail Building,...

Verde Canyon Railroad

  • Tour–Sight

Train buffs come to the Verde Valley to catch the 22-mile Verde Canyon Railroad, which follows a dramatic route through the Verde Canyon,...

Walnut Canyon National Monument

  • Building/Architectural Site

The group of cliff dwellings that make up Walnut Canyon National Monument were constructed by the Sinagua people, who lived and farmed...

Whiskey Row

  • Historic District/Site

Twenty saloons and houses of pleasure once lined this stretch of Montezuma Street, along the west side of Courthouse Plaza. Social activity...


  • Town/Village

Frequent flooding on the Little Colorado River frustrated the attempts of Mormon pioneers to settle here, but with the coming of the...

Wupatki National Monument

  • Native American Site

Families from the Sinagua and other Ancestral Puebloans are believed to have lived together in harmony on the site that is now Wupatki...


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