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We stopped in the little motion picture museum out of pure curiosity. There were a lot of films around the Sedona area! The small space is filled with dusty photos and some artifacts from the films. It could use a little upkeep but it is...More
After one day in Sedona I am beginning to wonder if any business here isn't a front for a timeshare pitch. These guys are operating out of "museums" and, even worse in my opionin, "visitor centers" that appear legit until you step inside, see 12...More
Where are you staying? Condo owner? these are their important questions....No need to visit this "museum". The list of movies ended about 30 years ago......Not much to learn here, exept how to upgrade or buy more timeshares!!
I guess I either arrived too late in the day after all of the pushy sales folk went home, or I didn't look like I could afford the time shares many of the other reviewers mention, but I received not one iota of sales pressure....More
Some of the photos are cool. It is a timeshare solicitation. The place they are pitching is nice. Timeshares are way too pricey to buy form any developer though. That said, if you want to get a reward for listening to a 90 minute pitch,...More
It was a total time waste visiting this damn museum. In our tour we spent some time in Sedona and wasted time visiting Sedona motion picture museum. We stayed at The Lodge At Sedona for B&B where we enquired about the viewable places and the...More
Ragged little one room museum with a few pictures on a wall and an old movie running. We were offered a first class ride in the Verde Valley train for $25. No mention of a timeshare presentation. We were offered the same thing for free...More