Tlaquepaque Arts and Shopping Village Tours
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Most travelers venture to Sedona to get back to nature, get outdoors and get up close to Arizona’s stunning red rocks. But the unique shops, handmade crafts and tasty restaurants of Tlaquepaque Arts and Shopping Village offer visitors a chance to experience another part of Sedona—its artist community.
Visitors can wander the 40 specialty shops that make up this laid-back shopping destination and bare witness to artisans at work. Whether its blowing glass, painting an Arizona landscape or throwing a pot in one of Tlaquepaque’s studios, a visit to Tlaquepaque puts travelers in touch with the artists and offers a one-of-a-kind experience that’s sure to be a memorable part of any Sedona trip.
Tlaquepaque is located 15 miles into Sedona off of State Route 179. Shops are open daily from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Address: Sedona, Arizona, USA
5 Tours and Activities to Experience Tlaquepaque Arts and Shopping Village
Nature and Wildlife
Discover the natural beauty of the Southwestern United States on a highlights tour from Sedona. This tour can be customized to your interests, with highlights such as driving through the incredible scenery of Oak Creek Canyon, a visit to Bell Rock and Airport Mesa, and a stop at Chapel of the Holy Cross, an architectural gem built into a tall rock spire. Browse stalls with Native American jewelry and crafts, and hear about the spiritual significance of some of Sedona's most renowned sites on this fascinating introduction to Sedona.
Nature and Wildlife
Get a comprehensive view of Sedona during this tour with a small group of fewer than 14 people. Highlights include the Airport overlook with views of Thunder Mountain and Coffeepot Rock, Tlaquepaque, and the Chapel of the Holy Cross. Pickup and drop-off at Sedona hotels included.
Experience the beauty of Sedona's red rock country firsthand on a guided tour. Enjoy the landscape of gorgeous Oak Creek Canyon, take in the views from Airport Overlook, and be amazed by Chapel of the Holy Cross—an architectural marvel embedded in a tall rock spire. Learn about Sedona’s history and folklore along with the wildlife and geology of the region as you cover all the scenic highlights of this stunning city in the American Southwest. You also get insider tips on favorite places for restaurants and shopping.
Be impressed by little-known facts on this 1-hour Chapel of the Holy Cross tour. Ride a historical trolley up to the place of Catholic worship above Sedona’s red-rock desert area. Pass by Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village on your way up to the chapel. At the top, snap pictures of the landmark and the views of the surrounding countryside.
Bare witness to the grandeur of Sedona’s otherworldly landscape during this half-day round-trip driving tour. Cruise through Oak Creek Canyon to reach a 7000 ft overlook for sweeping views of the desert before heading to the Chapel of the Holy Cross. Explore the village of Tlaquepaque to browse the local arts and crafts and then head up to the Airport Overlook for more stunning views of Sedona’s most famous Red Rock formations.
Frequently Asked Questions
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What's the best way to experience Tlaquepaque Arts and Shopping Village?
The best ways to experience Tlaquepaque Arts and Shopping Village are:
- Scenic Sedona Tour
- Discover Sedona Small-Group Tour
- 2.5-Hour Sedona Sightseeing Tour with Hotel Pickup
- Chapel of the Holy Cross Trolley Tour from Sedona
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