Shopping - Tlaquepaque is a re-creation of a Mexican shopping village near Guadalajara. It translates to the "finest of everything". The American male remembers the name as he pronounces it "to lock your pocket". The architecture, flowers, trees, alone are enough to suggest some time here. This is another favorite of Sedona brides. Some of the most wonderful art can be found here including sculptures by Susan Kliewer (Susan sculpted the larger than life statue of Sedona Schnebly located at the library off of dry creek road). The city of Sedona got its name from Mrs. Sedona Schnebly when her husband Carl submitted the name Schnebly Station and it was refused because it would not fit on a postal stamp. Open 10-5 winter and 10-6 summer.
Shopping - Gallery Row - Not only does Tlaquepaque have wonderful shopping but you will find wonderful shops and art in Gallery Row beginning at the Oak Creek Bridge going south including Hozho, Garlands, and the Hillside shops among others.
Visit - Chapel of the Holy Cross - The Chapel of the Holy Cross designed by Marguerite Brunswig Staude is considered to be one of the significant modern churches in the world. It took an act of Congress to build it on national forest lands. The views are stunning. Now a visitor center open daily 9-5.
Hike - Bell Rock - Bell Rock located on the East side of highway 179 is one of the best known red rock formations and one of the most climbed on and fallen off of. It is located near the highway where there is also a new hiking trail called Bell Rock Pathways