There’s plenty of Christmas spirit in Sedona this year for everyone to enjoy.  During the day, you have the beauty of the red rocks and at night the city lights up with Christmas cheer.  Here is a list of some of the best places to see Christmas lights in Sedona

Tlaquepaque and Tlaquepaque North

The official Christmas tree in Sedona can be found at Tlaquepaque North in the courtyard.  The City of Sedona had their virtual tree lighting ceremony on December 3, 2020.  For more information, visit our article and find the link to the Sedona Chamber of Commerce video on YouTube.  Find it here.

Tlaquepaque is also beautifully lit and is home to the city’s Menorah.

Uptown Sedona

Uptown Sedona is decorated for Christmas.  Look at all the fun decorations beginning with the water tank on the hill which has its traditional Christmas tree which is visible from miles away in Sedona.  In the past few years, the city of Sedona has decorated uptown with many fine decorations for the perfect opportunity for pictures.  This lighted ornament is located off Forest Road and SR 89A behind the Chamber of Commerce visitor building and in the courtyard by Chipotle.  All main street, you’ll find a huge 30 foot Christmas tree and you can’t miss the elevator building by Mattehorn Shops which is completely covered in lights.

Sedona United Methodist Church Nativity Scene

Sedona United Methodist Church would like to invite the community to visit their beautiful nativity exhibit and light display in the front parking lot beginning Friday, December 11th through January 1st—the theme is “Lord, Hear Our Prayers” an interactive display providing the community the opportunity to submit their Christmas prayers which will be prayed over by members of the church prayer ministry. Come and bring your prayers to the manger. The church is conveniently located at 110 Indian Cliffs Road off the Back O’Beyond roundabout on State Route 179 in Sedona. For more information, please call the church office at 928-282-1780 or visit www.sedonaumc.org.

Photo Opportunities at the Sedona Heritage Museum:  The Sedona Heritage Museum has many holiday decorations for your family to enjoy! There is a  fun tumbleweed snowman, some reindeer and Sedona’s old time fire truck decorated in Christmas cheer.  The gift shop at the Sedona Heritage Museum is open daily, 11am-7pm.