Shopping in Sedona and the Verde Valley is a delight!
Sedona is a shoppers delight no matter what you are shopping for. Lovely art objects, Western clothing, unique home decor, Native American jewelry, rugs, pottery, and more. It's all here.
There are four major shopping areas in Sedona, profiled below, each with its own flavor and benefits. Be sure to leave time in your schedule to shop Sedona! And there is a bonus no matter where you shop. Shopping in Sedona comes with a view!
Considered the premiere shopping venue in Sedona, Tlaquepaque is a distinctive collection of over 40 shops and art galleries along with 4 restaurants. Modeled after a Mexican village, Tlaquepaque has a charm that will entice you to return again and again.
Historic Uptown Sedona
The uptown Sedona shopping district is chock full of unique shops, art galleries and eateries – no chain stores or mall shops here! Every member of the family will find things they like. It is just the right place to find the perfect gift or souvenir for those back home who couldn't make the trip.
An equally satisfying shopping experience is available at Hillside Sedona. There are many exciting galleries, and two of Sedona’s most popular restaurants are located here — Javelina Cantina (Mexican menu, of course), and the well known Shugrue’s Hillside Grill.
Sedona Gallery District
Sedona is famous for its excellent art galleries, and while there are galleries all over Sedona, the greatest concentration of them is in the "Gallery District", a 1 mile stretch of road along Oak Creek near Tlaquepaque. Take a beautiful walking tour of the gallery district while you are in Sedona!
More Sedona - Verde Valley Shopping
Hyatt Pinion Pointe Shops
Terraced dining overlooking uptown Sedona and an inviting enclave of galleries and shops amidst the stunning Red Rock formations prove that life in Sedona is an art.
Oak Creek Factory Outlet Mall
This discount mall is the place to shop for money-saving deals on just about everything from souvenirs to shoes!
Wineries and Wine Shops
Tucked away in the rolling hillsides surrounding Sedona, there are several vineyards with palate pleasing offerings of Sedona's winemakers. Sedona wine making dates back to 1884 and gives visitors an award-winning taste of Sedona.
Ogden Old Tyme PhotoWorks
Dress up in a vintage western costume and capture a keepsake of your visit to Sedona. What would you have looked like in the olden days of the Wild West?
Located on the banks of Oak Creek, this grouping of Distinctive Galleries and Shops is a very special place for art lovers of any genre. They can ship worldwide.
World Class Cuisine
To feed the body at one of more than 100 food emporiums, world-class chefs are busily preparing multi-cultural cuisine to tantalize your taste. Sensational Sedona, bon appetite!