Sedona Heritage Museum
One might claim that Sedona began 350 million years ago. That's how long it has taken for Nature to form our red rocks by earth thrusts, sea changes and erosion forces. Or maybe 1000 years ago, when primitive hunter-gatherers evolved into the Native Americans we know as Sinagua, who farmed and traded with faraway tribes. At the Sedona Heritage Museum, we focus on ‘modern’ history from 1876 to the present.
Mesa Grill Sedona is a Southwest Style Grill serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We offer many traditional favorites such as all-American and Southwestern breakfasts and lunches with delectable omelets, burgers, sandwiches, steaks, and seafood, and more.
Our seasonally changing dinner menus feature customer favorites such as Ceasar salads, table-side guacamole, Colorado red trout with crispy skin, fish and chips, and pulled pork barbeque. We feature vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free choices as well. Enjoy your meal while enjoying some of the best views in all of Sedona.
Posse Grounds Pavilion
The Pavilion is also known as Barbara Antonsen Memorial Park.
This beautiful facility has breathtaking 270-degree views. It won a 2017 Award of Merit from Engineering News-Record, a publication considered the bible of the construction industry worldwide.
The park was completed as a result of the love and dedication of the organization Friends of Posse Grounds, Sedona City Council, city staff members and the community at large.