Timeshare sales, disguised as museum. Slick sales people, not interpretive guides. You would be much happier on a jeep tour.
walk in and out and don't talk to anyone. Time Share PUSH! These guys do know their movies, but after a few min they want you to go sit for hours in a time share seminar.
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 by another timeshare (who was at least upfront and honest about it). Not worth your... More
As mentioned numerous times in other reviews, this is a front for "timeshare" type "deals". The pictures and information on the walls are from authentic Sedona or AZ based films but the people inside are just trying to sell you something.
Not a museum, but a trap used to pitch timeshares to unsuspecting tourists. The storefront to the "museum" looks authentic, but inside is only a small room with weathered photos on the walls of films shot in the area over the past half-century. The woman who beckoned us come in -- "would you like to visit our free movie museum?"... More
$20 for a class on selling me a time share, a free night in Sedona. Or as I thought. They took my credit card numbers and told me nothing to be charged if I attend a class with my girlfriend the next day, well they took my $20 and also charged my $170 for the room. I tried to dispute... More
Before Sedona became a sickening commercial mecca of tourist junk shops, oppressive rules, Barney Fife policing of the population, and controlled roadways that put 50% of businesses OUT of business, Sedona was an awesome place. The Motion Picture Museum has been there for a very long time and takes people who never knew how wild and beautiful Sedona was, back... More
We went in thinking we would see lots of movie related displays. Ok, there were a few old photographs and stills from some movies that were filmed in the area, and a couple of cardboard cut out stars ( Clint Eastwood was leaning against a wall in the background ). But we were pretty much pounced on immediately by a... More
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