Jordan Historical Park is 4.8acres and is located in Uptown Sedona near the end of Jordan Road. The park is open daily from dawn until dusk with no admission fee. It features interpretive nature trails, picnic tables, a large fruit orchard and a museum.
The park is the site of the former homestead of Walter and Ruth Jordan and the current site of the Sedona Heritage Museum. The museum is focused on Sedona's pioneers, from the earliest settlers in the 1870s through the heyday of western film making in the 1950s. The museum is open daily from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
- Museum admission is $5 per person. Children 12 and under, and SHS members free
- Tour group specials
- Bus parking
- For information call (928) 282-7038 or visit the Sedona Heritage Museum website.
Museum exhibits include the story of Sedona Schnebly, the city's namesake, and photos and memorabilia from the golden era of western filmmaking, a "cowboy room" and U.S. Forest Service displays. There are also displays of vintage vehicles including a restored 1942 fire truck, 1898 buggy and apple sorting equipment.
View the Jordan Historical Park photo album