301 W. SR 89-A
Cottonwood, AZ 86326-4145
Phone: (928) 634-4207
Fax: (928) 634-5764
301 W. SR 89-A, Cottonwood, AZ, US, 86326-4145
- Phone: (928) 634-4207
- Fax: (928) 634-5764
This shop features Native American and local artists and artisans work. The magical properties of the red rock region of Sedona combine with the talents of the locals for an exquisite collection. Find your prized souvenir or gift from the large assortment of fine art and crafts. Among the items to be found here are traditional Native paintings, as well as carvings and unusual natural pieces such as a kaleidoscope by Blair Preston. This art market is located right next door to the Harkins Theatres.
This eclectic shop epitomizes the spiritual and New Age drama of the Sedona region. Gifts of all types may be found in aisle upon aisle of crystals, jewelry, stones and incense. Choose a dream-catcher, believed by Native Americans to remove the bad dreams from one's sleep, or pick a crystal skull. Interesting and enjoyable to browse through, if you're looking for a candle or a specific type of crystal, you'll find it here. If you cannot find an item, polite assistance is at the ready.
If hiking the red rocks is your game, prepare yourself with the gear you'll need. You'll find items like sleeping bags, tents, water bottles and hydration systems to keep you comfortable on your search for solitude. The capable staff here in this west Sedona shop will assist you in finding a suitable day hike or give you helpful information on where to camp. Hiking boots, expedition-style clothing and area guide books should complete your assembly for a successful trek.
Buy all the "big dog" brands at discount prices at this factory outlet center in Sedona's Village of Oak Creek. Let that shopping craze overtake your spirit in the beautiful and serene red rock region at more than 30 retailers of items including clothing, personal care, domestics, souvenirs and footwear. Shops include Gap Outlet, Vitamin World, Jones New York, Nine West, Dress Barn, Van Heusen, Tommy Hilfiger, Geoffrey Beene, Hanes, and many more. Great bargains and deep discounts of up to 70 percent are available from well-known brands including Bass, IZOD, Florsheim and Oneida. Credit card acceptance varies by merchant.
One of Sedona's top-rated natural food markets, this friendly, clean and inviting spot features organic produce, freshly baked goods and food supplements. You will find the prices reasonable and the selection vast. This is the perfect place to pick up a snack to take on a hiking trip, or a complete picnic to enjoy in Red Rock State Park.
Sip a cup of brew at the coffee bar while perusing your new or collectible treasure at this Sedona bookseller. Featuring modern first editions as well as those of the antiquarian breed, there is "bound" to be something for everyone, including gorgeous red rock views. Southwest information, like hiking trail guides and other local historical information, is available for visitors. Check out the Web site for special author signings and a searchable database of books.
Unique gifts from indigenous Southwestern peoples are featured in this little shop in the lovely Tlaquepaque artisan village. Find unusual jewelry and belt designs, from snake links to horse jewelry. Choose from one-of-a-kind work from artists of the American Southwest as well as a few pieces from South America are highlighted. Also find kachinas and gifts of all sizes, shapes and colors here to commemorate your trip to the area.
The Indian name of this retreat simply means "the best of everything". This picturesque recreated Mexican Village offers a unique collection of galleries, restaurants, shops and a small chapel. Named for a particularly beautiful suburb of Mexico's Guadalajara, the open-air market built in the '70s exudes the flavor of Mexico. Fine dining is available at several on-site restaurants including El Rincon or Rene at Tlaquepaque. Lovely galleries abound, such as Mountain Trails, with wildlife paintings and sculptures; you can also find spiritual artwork from American Indian artists at Bear Cloud Gallery.
If Sedona is a feast for the senses, don't forget to feed your cranium! This uptown hot spot is the oldest full-service book and gift store in town. Every shelf is stuffed with stories to teach, inspire and entertain. Music, videos and Southwest gifts are available too, for that hard-to-please person on your souvenir-shopping list. Also find books and maps for hiking, biking and vortex enthusiasts. Choose a coffee table picture book or an expose on native lore and peruse the pages by the window—you'll appreciate the red rock views.
For the chocoholics in your life, the Sedona Fudge Company will satisfy their dark habit's infernal urge. Using an original Mackinac Island recipe, Sedona Fudge tempts with a variety of fudge flavors. Choose from Peanut Butter, wonderful Amaretto Walnut, Maple Pecan, Chocolate Cream Cheese or a dreamy Chocolate Rasberry. Great gift baskets are customizable here as well, starting at $25. The staff will even ship your selection for a small fee.
If you are looking to buy a souvenir as a tribute to your visit to the Wild West, this place offers the goods for cowpokes. Custom-crafted leather products made from a variety of skins are offered here. Choose from Buckskin shirts and vests in addition to leather jackets and dusters. The place also carries an assortment of rugs, Indian-style artifacts and non-traditional rattlesnake vests and coats. Caribou and steer hides are also available for purchase. The shop is located in the historic George Jordan Sales Building in Uptown Sedona.