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Sedona Stargazing is pleased to offer you a personalized and custom astronomy experience by professional astronomers. You will meet us at our observing location which is a 20 minute ride from West Sedona in the Village of Oak Creek. Your tour...more
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Sedona is one of the most fascinating places on earth to star gaze. The city counsel voted a long time ago to join Flagstaff and become one of the few 'dark cities' in the United States where glaring street lights & commercial signs are not...More
Sedona is one of the best places in the US for star gazing due to its altitude, low light pollution, low humidity, and 3 other reasons. My daughter hosted me here for a really unique experience. We arrived at the appointed time of 8:15 PM....More
We’ve decided to participate in this activity based on the best recommendation published in TripAdvisor we were not disappointed Trevor was super knowledgeable and with ability to give information to those participating in the activity with terms that can be understood to those who are...More
You can behold the glory and majesty of the universe. It was purely magical to observe the stars in the milky way, and to watch them communicate to one another as if we are existing within a huge brain. Absolutely amazing. Will never forget it.
This was an incredible experience and worth every penny. I had no idea there were so many stars in the sky, the directions were easy to follow and the site was well marked and simple to locate. They had chairs and blankets set up already...More
This is a very rare opportunity to observe the night sky. The tour takes you to a very dark open-air place, in the middle of a soccer field, some 30 minutes away from the city of Sedona, where, during almost two hours, an astronomer will...More
There are no streetlights, so there is no competing light to just star gaze. We set out most evenings and just gazed at the stars. It would have been great to have a telescope and be able to view all the stars.
Our astronomer guide was very knowledgeable, but I wish we had spent more time looking through the telescope. The night I went, there was a ratio of about a dozen people per telescope, and we got a chance to look at the Moon, Saturn, Mars,...More
Wonderful time out and would do it again.... peaceful due to late start, remote location (not too hard to find), and overwhelming focus on looking at the stars, This was a LOT of fun and the astronomer we had was so learned, former professor, who...More