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Institute of Eco Tourism

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Address: 91 Portal Ln, Sedona, AZ 86336-6166
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It's hard to classify this attraction because it's a gathering place for...

It's hard to classify this attraction because it's a gathering place for music performances, geology lectures, story-telling, new age religious teaching, movies about Indian culture. There's something for almost everybody, and it is free or low-cost.

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Institute of Eco Tourism -- Sedona (not Flagstaff)

An incredible multi-purpose place: Throughout the week, day and night, they offer free to low-cost (donation) geology lectures, short travel/eco/cultural films, evening concerts... read more

5 of 5 bubblesReviewed 28 February 2010
Kathleen J
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Sunnyvale, California

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 28 February 2010

An incredible multi-purpose place: Throughout the week, day and night, they offer free to low-cost (donation) geology lectures, short travel/eco/cultural films, evening concerts, Indian story-telling, herbal tea-making sessions, and a variety of new-age/ holistic religious presentations -- something for everybody. A very small theater holds most of the events, right on the edge of Tlaquepaque. The bookstore and information center... More 

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