Allegra Design • Print • Signs

Located at 11 N. Main St., corner of Mingus, we’re your single source for all your marketing needs. We offer printing, signs & banners, promotional products, graphic design, and anything else you need to get your business noticed. Find on the web at www.allegracottonwood.com or call 928-634-8600

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Arizona Copper Art Museum

The Arizona Copper Art Museum is a place that makes perfect sense! It tells the “Story of Copper” which has never been told before, why Arizona is the “Copper State” and answers what happened to Arizona’s copper. We reveal “Arizona’s Story” in a brand new way – creating an amazing Arizona Memory!

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Arizona’s Hometown Radio Group / Travel Radio at Grand Canyon KUGO 102.5 FM

AZ Hometown Radio Group is a media vessel of 7 broadcast stations, with the only travel-related radio station in the United States, inviting international and area visitors to experience unique, local destinations. Verde Valley tourists can also tune in to local community news, talk, and sports.

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Arts in Jerome

Walk into any gallery in Jerome and chances are the person who greets you is the one whose work adorns the walls. Mining copper gave birth to Jerome; mining the creative spirit keeps the town thriving. Jerome is many things but convenient isn’t one of them. The former mining town clings to the crumbling shoulder […]

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Audrey Headframe Park

Where in Arizona can you stand on a glass platform and peer into an abyss hundreds of feet deep with water flowing through the bottom? If you answered the Grand Canyon Skywalk you would be correct. Another right answer would be Audrey Headframe Park. You’ve probably heard of the first but may be less familiar [...]

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Bob Coates Photography, Inc

Bob of Bob Coates Photography is a Commercial, Portrait, and Fine Art Photographer. Need advertising, marketing or display images? http://bcphotography.com I look forward to hearing from you.

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Clarkdale Historical Society and Museum

We provide a friendly, quiet atmosphere in which visitors can pursue many subjects, primarily Clarkdale and its establishment in 1912 by William A. Clark. Our large collection of original ledgers reflect Clarkdale’s social, recreational, and every day life as the first “company town” in Arizona.

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Cody DeLong Studio & Gallery

A working Studio/Gallery, Cody is one of Jerome’s most accomplished oil painters and paints in the Gallery about four days a week. Stop in and see what’s wet on the easel. This is your opportunity to watch, and visit with a nationally recognized, award winning artist.

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EF Productions

Local non profit community theater providing quality wholesome family entertainment.

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Fort Verde State Historic Park

Fort Verde State Historic Park is the best-preserved example of an Indian Wars period fort in Arizona. Visitors can experience three historic house museums listed on the National and State Register of Historic Places. The former fort administration building houses the Visitor Center with exhibits, artifacts from military life, and history of the Indian Wars.  

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Gallery 527

Gallery 527 features the very best of local Arizona artists. Housed in a beautifully renovated 100 year old building, this lovely gallery shows ceramics, glass, painting, jewelry, furniture and photography.

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Greg Lawson’s “Passion for Place” Gallery

Arizona’s largest exclusive image gallery always has 350 framed Greg Lawson images of nature, wildlife, Sedona, the Southwest, and global destinations. With the presence of a museum, the gallery serves as a photographic arts center, site for education, and a sanctuary place to connect with nature.

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Historic Building Walking Tour

THIS SELF-GUIDED TOUR created by the Camp Verde Historical Society includes thirteen historic buildings dating to the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The buildings present a range of construction methods and materials, including adobe brick, hand-milled limestone blocks, rough-hewn pine boards, and ferro-cement.

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i.m.sound

www.ikemagal.com www.sedonasound.com SOUND MIXER AUDIO

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Jerome Art Walk

Jerome Art Walk welcomes visitors to the mile high town on the first Saturday of every month. Galleries and studios are open from 5 to 8pm with a free shuttle to the 25 venues. Show openings, music and refreshments are around every corner on this festive night.

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Jerome Chamber of Commerce

We welcome visitors to The Mile High Town with a friendly face and lots of local information. Come on by to get a walking map of Jerome.

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Jerome State Historic Park

About the Park Make Jerome SHP and the Douglas Mansion your first stop when you visit Jerome. The park offers a great to introduction to the town’s history and affords fantastic views of the city and the valley! The Douglas Mansion has been an eye-catching landmark in Jerome since 1916, when James S. Douglas built […]

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Jerome’s Mine Museum

Jerome’s Mine Museum was opened in the early 1950s and was refurbished in 2007. After prohibition, the building became, first, a drugstore and later a dry goods store and a five-and-dime. In 1953 Jerome’s Historical Society turned it into a museum, which has been showcasing Jerome’s history ever since. The compact museum with its beautiful […]

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La Victoria Studio

La Victoria Studio is a glass and ceramic studio located in an old ruin. Artist Tracy Weisel demonstrates glassblowing or ceramic techniques, depending on the time of year. His demos are entertaining and educational. His work is on display for purchase or fondling. Hours are noonish to fiveish.

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Local First Arizona

Local First Arizona (LFA) is a statewide non-profit organization that strengthens communities and local economies through growing, supporting, and celebrating locally owned businesses in Arizona. We educate about the significant economic, civic, and cultural benefits of strong local economies.

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Not Just Papier

Art Studio/Gallery by appointment 928.300.8592 or NotJustPapier@gmail.com. Papier Mache, Painting, Sculpture, Jewelry, Singer/Songwriter.


Oasis of Montezuma Well

The Ongoing Oasis of Montezuma Well It’s not actually a well and has nothing to do with Montezuma but being wrongly named doesn’t detract at all from the serene beauty of Montezuma Well.     This unique geological feature is a limestone sink formed long ago by the collapse of an immense underground cavern. A […]

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Old World Guns

Part museum, part gun store, Old World Guns specializes in antique firearms. Whether you are looking for something from the days of America’s Wild West or a vintage military weapon, Old World Guns likely has what you are looking for. Old World Guns is open Tuesday through  Friday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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One Tribe Tours

Unforgettable and inspiring vortex tours are our specialty. It is our great passion and honor to help people reconnect to themselves and to the Earth using practical metaphysics and Kundalini Yoga technology. Learn about local flora and fauna, geology, and rich spiritual heritage of Sedona!

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Paint Sedona

Paint Sedona

Providing plein air painting instruction throughout the Verde Valley. Workshops & retreats are small with 4 or fewer students, generally last 4 days, are affordable, & customizable. Michael Chesley Johnson, an internationally known painter and instructor, is your guide. Not for beginning painters.

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Palatki Heritage Hiking Trails

There are two trails at Palatki Heritage Site, one trail that takes you to the Sinagua cliff dwellings, and a second that goes to the rock art alcoves. Neither trail is very difficult, but good walking shoes are recommended. Unfortunately, there is no handicapped access to any of the sites. Rest facilities and water are […]

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Palatki Outdoor Museum

An Outdoor Museum of Indian Life On the outskirts of Sedona, Arizona, nestled against red rock cliffs is Palatki, an outdoor museum of American Indian life. By exploring Palatki’s ruins, alcoves and open spaces, it is easy to imagine how this heritage site might very well have been a “town center” for smaller Sinaguan settlements […]

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Puscifer the Store

Puscifer the Store is a menagerie for the senses. We are more than a retail shop! We carry gifts, apparel, jewelry, accessories for people and pets, art, and music. We have a barber shop and a new/vintage vinyl store located inside as well. Come visit us!

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Raku Gallery

Raku Gallery represents over 200 artists predominately from the Southwest. Within the spacious 2200 square feet you will find an eclectic collection of fine art and crafts including paintings, ceramics, free-blown glass, jewelry, sculpture and furniture. Your senses are in for a treat.

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Ruins at the Honanki Heritage Site

In a remote red rock canyon outside Sedona, Arizona, just off a bumpy, unpaved road, one can find the remains of a large Sinaguan pueblo called Honanki. The heritage site is very well preserved. Some of the brick-and-mortar walls still stand, while others are in various stages of deterioration. Above the ruins are numerous pictographs. […]


Sedona Antiques & Jewelry

We buy & sell vintage jewelry, vintage Native American jewelry, antiques, fine art, sculptures, gold and silver coins. 60% percent of our business is jewelry, fine are and sculpture consignment, we provide our clients with a full service digital marketing company.

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Sedona Heritage Museum

The Museum celebrates Sedona people and places from 1876-present. Housed in the historic Jordan farmstead and the last remaining building from the 1940s era Sedona western street movie set. Learn about pioneers, orcharding, cowboys, movie-making, wine-making and other local history themes.

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Sedona Monthly

Nationally distributed magazine Sedona Monthly is the must-see guide to Northern Arizona’s arts, lifestyle and recreational scene.

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Sedona Olde Time Photos

Sedona Olde Time Photos specializes in creating a unique photo souvenir. You can dress up in our costumes, which come in many sizes and styles. We have three sets and many props. Photos are printed in minutes and digital copies are available. We also feature the historic Bradshaw Photo Collection.

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The Sedona Women

The Sedona Women, Dames Who Make a Difference, are dedicated to making a positive, lasting impact on the community, building relationships, learning about/supporting community needs, and enhancing the natural beauty and distinctive character of Sedona. We meet on the 2nd Wednesdays, September – May.

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Uptown Sedona

Uptown is a favorite of tourists. Walking the streets in uptown Sedona is a wonderful experience. Uptown has become an important shopping district with an eclectic collection of interesting shops. This area is the site of numerous services, including the visitor center and, yes, uptown is this city’s souvenir headquarters.

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Verde Valley Archaeology Center and Museum

The Verde Valley Archaeology Center hosts a FREE museum that displays artifacts from public and private collections. We have exhibits on the Sinagua culture, including rock art and pottery, an introduction to archaeological research, and a display prepared by the Yavapai-Apache Nation.

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Verde Valley Sinfonietta

The Verde Valley Sinfonietta performs orchestral music for the benefit and enrichment of the community. The Sinfonietta presents live concerts at the Sedona Performing Arts Center. For more information, please visit our website at VVSinfonietta.org.

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Village Gallery

Art Gallery with over 40 local artists in a cooperative style gallery where you can meet the artists who work at the gallery every day. Art from glass, clothing, pottery, photography, mixed media, fabric, copper art, gourds, jewelry, native american art, pencil art, wood carvings, etc.

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Yester Day Fine Art Gallery

Art that embraces Jerome’s historic mining past, as well as contemporary art that heals the soul, are our passions! Our repertoire includes original art depicting Jerome and the Southwest, in the form of paintings, drawings, sculpture, jewelry, and cards.

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