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.
One of the most happening streets in the city of Sedona, Main Street is a pedestrian friendly destination lined up with cafes with lovely outdoor patios, restaurants, hotels and shopping destinations. With a backdrop of the stunning, Red Rock Hills, not only does the street offer quite a dramatic landscape, but the absence of cars also lends to the charm of walking down this road. Bronze plaques featuring the hand and foot prints of several actors, outdoor sculptures and historical buildings also make Main Street a tourist destination for many. An absolute must-visit during your time in the city, Main Street Sedona won't disappoint you with its many offerings.
Translating into "the best of everything," Tlaquepaque is a picturesque recreated Mexican Village offering a unique collection of galleries, restaurants, shops, and a quaint chapel. Named for a particularly beautiful suburb of Mexico's Guadalajara, the open-air market built in the '70s exudes the flavor and charm of Mexico. Fine dining is available at several on-site restaurants, including El Rincon or Rene at Tlaquepaque. Lovely galleries abound, such as the Mountain Trails Gallery with wildlife paintings and sculptures. You will also find spiritual artwork at the Andrea Smith Gallery.
Hill Side Sedona is a premium shopping center located centrally in Sedona, Arizona. It is an inviting destination with red rock landscapes, water features and entertainment elements intact for a perfect fun filled day. The shopping arena at the Hill Side has the best of designer boutiques, home décor stores, trendy salons and local grocery stores. After shopping, pamper yourself with an assortment of delicious meals and desserts available in American, Mexican and Irish flavors. Those interested in art can explore the fine art galleries to view master pieces of renowned artists from around the world. This hillside destination is also one of the favorite venues to create memorable private events.
This mother-and-daughter owned shop sells botanicals and Native American art. Both the art and the herbs are curated from local sources. Inside, the artwork comes from members of different tribes in Arizona; some of which include the Hopi, Tohono O'Odham and Gila River nations among others. The staff is very knowledgeable about the plants, both those used in ceremonies as well as those used in a more secular fashion. Definitely a must-see shop if you're are looking for Native American products.
The Earthbound Trading Company has locations throughout the United States and each one sells cool, kitschy and unique items to take home. Most of the products are related to the natural world, from amethysts and geodes to accessories made from earthly elements. Additionally, many of their items touch upon cultures from Asia, Africa, the Middle East in addition to South American and Mexican motifs. There are too many accessories to name, but some include clocks, stationary, jewelry, art, and books.
If you are in the mood to go on a shopping spree during your time in Sedona, then certainly head to Red Rose Thriftique for their great collection. A thrift store popular with locals and tourists alike, Red Rose Thriftique allows you to enjoy great bargain deals on everything from clothing and footwear to accessories and jewelry. Candles, magnets, stickers and home ware can also be bought here. Besides the great collection, another reason to shop at Red Rose Thriftique is that the store donates all profits to animal rescues.
This tiny shop is additionally cramped with the numbers of customers it attracts. A bevy of baskets heralds your entrance, with an interesting selection of sea shells and beads at reasonable prices. You'll find cloisonné beads, imported shells in a multitude of colors, and kits to do it yourself. Estate jewelry is also on display and for sale from celebrities and notable personalities. Gorgeous pieces in antique settings call to you, some couched in their original boxes.
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.