The Best Places to Go Shopping in Sedona

spanish colonial-era adobe buildings in Tlaquepaque Village, Sedona

Sedona’s natural beauty has long inspired artists and creatives, many of whom open boutiques and galleries in the city. As a result, Sedona boasts some of the most unique shopping in all of Arizona. You’ll find everything from typical touristy T-shirts to fine art, handcrafted home decor, and one-of-a-kind apparel.

Not sure where to begin? Check out our guide to the best shopping destinations and stores in Sedona.

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Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping Village

Two people walking under the entrance arch to Tlaquepaque Village Sedona
336 AZ-179, Sedona, AZ 86336, USA
Phone +1 928-282-4838

A Sedona landmark for more than 50 years, this shopping center has Spanish colonial-era architecture, fountains, courtyards, tiled walls, and wrought-iron balconies. The shopping here is some of the best in Sedona, and the center boasts several outstanding restaurants, including Oak Creek Brewery and Grill and René. Don’t miss these stores on a visit:

  • Esteban’s: Opened in 1974, Esteban’s sells decorative and functional pottery made by more than 50 artists. Look for signs declaring “Made in Arizona” for unique, local gifts.
  • Bella Fine Goods: Head to Bella Fine Goods for home furnishings, fine jewelry, art, and rugs.
  • Feliz Navidad: Always in the Christmas spirit? Feliz Navidad has holiday ornaments and decor.
  • Bowwow Sedona: This boutique for pet lovers sells designer collars, leashes, bowls, and even holiday-themed doggie bow ties. 
  • Renee Taylor Gallery: A favorite for contemporary art and jewelry, the Renee Taylor Gallery showcases paintings, sculptures, jewelry, and more.
  • Vue Gallery: Affiliated with the Renee Taylor Gallery, this gallery specializes in wind sculptures created by Lyman Whitaker.
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Tlaquepaque North

Sedona, AZ 86336, USA

Located across the street, this extension of the Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping Village opened in 2017 and mirrors the architecture of the original. While much smaller, it does have several worthwhile shops and the exceptional Pump House Station restaurant.

  • The Artist’s Kitchen: One of the most popular shops at Tlaquepaque North, The Artist’s Kitchen sells elegant dinnerware as well as clever, beautifully designed gadgets from around the world, including fair trade items from India, Tunisia, Guatemala, and Peru.
  • Quilts, Ltd.: This specialty store features handmade quilts and wearable art, such as quilted jackets and vests, inspired by the colors and textures of the Southwest. You can even have a custom piece made to your specifications here.
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The Shops at Pinon Pointe

series of three red rock stone walls each with a sign. From top to bottom the signs read "Shops," "Galleries," "Restaruants".

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101 N State Rte 89A, Sedona, AZ 86336-4246, USA

On a hill overlooking where State Route 179 dead ends into SR 89A, the Shops at Pinon Pointe is best known for Sound Bites Grill, a Hard Rock Cafe-esque restaurant with rock ‘n’ roll memorabilia on the walls and live music. But it also has several great shops worth seeking out, especially if you’re looking for one-of-a-kind clothing.

  • The MIC: At the MIC (Music Inspired Collection), you’ll find fedoras decorated with musical notes, socks with musical instruments, and ties with sheet music. You can also take home a leather jacket or a shirt with rock ‘n’ roll attitude.
  • Always on Vacay: Need something a little more upscale? Always on Vacay sells men’s, women’s, and kids’ resort wear. Think designer sunglasses, beach bags, and hats to wear by the pool.
  • One World Collection: For unique wear, head to One World Collection, where you can purchase clothes, accessories, and gifts from around the world.
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Hillside Sedona

Outdoor shopping center in sedona with a set of stairs leading up to the shops

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671 AZ-179, Sedona, AZ 86336, USA
Phone +1 480-998-5025

With its firepits, lounge seating, and ponds, this multi-level, upscale shopping center is known for its fine art galleries and scenic views of the red rocks surrounding Sedona. Whether you’re shopping for collectible artwork or home decor, these are the shops you’ll want to browse at Hillside Sedona.

  • Diva: Diva sells a mix of clothing, gifts, and some children’s items. You can also score unique home decor, including lamps, mirrors, and tables.
  • A Step Up: Dedicated to women’s shoes, this shoe store carries all the top European lines, including Pikolinos, Wolky, LaPlume, L’Artiste, and Sacha London.
  • Bohemian Dreamer: This gallery leans New Age offering handmade tarot cards and oracle decks. You can also purchase New Age books or get a tarot reading here. On Sunday art nights, you can paint whatever you want on canvas for just $20.
  • Stan Rose Images: Renowned photographer Stan Rose sells natural landscapes featuring Sedona and the beauty of the Southwest at his gallery.
  • Gallery of Modern Masters: This contemporary gallery features the works of Picasso, Dali, and others as well as glass artists.
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Cactus Carlos

Low angle view of the entry to Cactus Carlos, a souvenir shop. There is a sign above the door that says "Cactus Carlos" and has a cartoon of a yelline man in a sombrero and poncho

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270 N State Rte 89A #3, Sedona, AZ 86336-4205, USA
Phone +1 928-282-1722

For more than 35 years, Cactus Carlos has been selling one of the largest selections of souvenirs in Uptown Sedona. While you can shop for T-shirts, mugs, magnets, postcards, guidebooks, and other expected souvenirs, you can also bring home the unexpected. Watch out for desert-themed boxers, wine glasses painted with a red rocks landscape, and ornately carved pocket knives. Want something a little more sophisticated to remember your trip by? Cactus Carlos also has a selection of reasonably-priced jewelry and artwork.

If you get back to the Valley and wish you’d purchased a particular item from Cactus Carlos on your visit, no worries. There’s a second location on Main Street in Scottsdale.

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The Hike House

431 State Route 179 Suite #B1, Sedona, AZ 86336, USA
Phone +1 928-282-5820

If you love the outdoors, don’t miss The Hike House. You can buy anything here you need for a day on the trails, from hiking boots to backpacks. The Hike House also sells backpacks, hydration packs, trekking poles, maps, compasses, trail running shoes, socks, water bottles, hiking wear, sunglasses, and hats.

But the real reason to visit is to take advantage of the staff’s expertise. Not only can they help you find the right gear, but they can also answer questions about local trails. If you’re not sure where to hike, the in-store Sedona Trail Finder can offer suggestions based on how much time you have, your skill level, and your expectations.

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Appaloosa Trading Co.

Display of intricately decorated leather belts and buckles

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Hozho Building, 431 AZ-179 Unit #A4, Sedona, AZ 86336, USA
Phone +1 928-554-1646

Take home an authentically crafted piece of the Old West when you visit the Appaloosa Trading Co.. The store showcases the work of leather smith Michael Gibson, who has spent more than 50 years honing his skills. Choose from belts, holsters, purses, saddles, and collectibles, all tooled using the traditional styles of the American West. Even if you don’t intend to buy anything, it’s worth the stop to appreciate Gibson’s talents and maybe even meet him. The store also has an impressive collection of turquoise jewelry for sale.  

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Crystal Magic

Display table with crystals of various sizes shaped like colorful flowering trees

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2978 AZ-89A, Sedona, AZ 86336-5131, USA
Phone +1 928-282-1622

Sedona is known for its vortexes—swirling pockets of energy—and its New Age vibe. If you’re want a souvenir to remember either of those by, visit Crystal Magic. The store sells everything from New Age books, tarot cards, and wands to self-care products and home decor. You’ll also find crystals, geodes, and hundreds of stones. Combine it with a stop at the Kachina House, located behind Crystal Magic, for a different type of spirituality.

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The Best Places to Go Shopping in Sedona