Celebrating the Holiday Season in Sedona

ChairRedRockSnowThe holiday season is here! Sedona is a truly magical place to celebrate the holidays with loved ones – this holiday season, celebrate with us at L’Auberge, a one-of-a-kind Sedona hotel. 

Sedona winters are truly unique – check out these festival holiday activities that take place moments away from our Sedona hotel.

Make & Take Vintage Holiday Ornament Family Activity – December 1 – 31st

Visit the Sedona Heritage Museum (735 Jordan Road; Uptown Sedona) daily, from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., and create clever and nostalgic holiday ornaments! Supplies, samples and instructions provided by volunteer staff. Get into the holiday spirit with these simple, old-time crafty projects that you can take home or gift to a loved one. Closed December 24 – 25.

Holiday Central Sedona – December 1 – 30th

For the entire month of December, Sedona transforms into a beautiful winter wonderland with events and entertainment every Thursday through Sunday; including Holiday Lights, Photos with Santa, Jingle Bell Run, Breakfast with Santa and so much more. For a list and schedule of events, visit HolidayCentralSedona.com

Festival of Lights at Tlaquepaque – December 14th from 3-8:00 pm – Tlaquepaque

The cherished Sedona tradition of the Festival of Lights involves the lighting of 6,000 luminarias in Tlaquepaque’s courtyards and walkways at 5:00 pm. Visitors can purchase a specially designed Luminaria that honors cancer survivors for $10.00 by calling (928) 282-4838.

Holiday Sweet Stroll at Tlaquepaque – December 20th from 4-7:00 pm & December 21st from 3-7:00 pm

Visitors are invited to stroll through Tlaquepaque on the weekend of December 20th to discover unique holiday gifts while enjoying sparkling holiday lights, carolers, and roasted chestnuts. All retailers will open their doors to celebrate with sweet treats, special give-a-ways, and discount offers.

For a great Sedona hotel to stay at this holiday season, visit http://www.lauberge.com/ for availability and booking information. 

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