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Amitabha Stupa & Peace Park, Sedona

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#2 of 6 in Historic Sites in Sedona
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Park
Sitting within a landscape of red rocks surrounded by pinion and juniper pines, Amitabha Stupa & Peace Park is a spiritual refuge that attracts spiritual seekers of all faiths. A short network of winding trails leads up to the 11 m (36 ft) stupa, believed to represent the Mind of Enlightenment bestowing blessings upon all believers. Even though dozens of visitors flock to this sacred place every day in search of healing and peace, you will easily find a quiet spot for prayer and meditation. Use our Sedona trip itinerary tool to visit Amitabha Stupa & Peace Park on your trip to Sedona, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • I am so glad we took the time to visit this peaceful place! It is very close to downtown Sedona, and with no charge to visit, it is DEFINATLY worth the time (we only spent about 30-45 min. You...  more »
  • An amazingly zen and peaceful place. Definitely appreciated the sacredness of it. I felt like the tattered flags took away from the beauty of it. I get that they can't always look new- especially in.....  more »
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  • A real beautiful park or area. It is a peaceful, serene place with lots of little trails to explore with nothing but views. A main sitting area with lots of chairs available in a cozy shaded setting. It is a buddhist temple type area, which I do not really understand, but we had a nice visit, and enjoyed the peace it offered.
  • So this was a recommended stop by a friend and I wasn't sure what to expect. I was so surprised how peaceful it is. Driving there was a bit of surprise too. You go through a residential neighborhood and then down a dirt road. There is plenty of parking and then you walk down a path to the buddha. There is a covered platform with chairs that you can sit and reflect on life. There are prayer flags in the trees and listening to them blow in the wind and was so calming. If sitting isn't your thing, you can tour the grounds or do a meditative walk around the buddha. I only stayed an hour, but I felt rejuvenated in that short time.

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