Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village
A Sedona landmark with exceptional galleries, shops, and restaurants.
Tlaquepaque, of Arizona, is an arts and crafts shopping location unlike any other in the Southwest: it was made in the 1970s but was specially built to reflect the style and traditions of Spanish Colonial architecture hundreds of years old.
This environment, as well as being a stimulating experience for the senses and a great destination for shopping, is conductive to the creative passions of the artists who work and run galleries there. Among the sycamore trees which the buildings were organically shaped around, one can find galleries for photography, paintings, rugs and other items. Individual stores are focused on different themes—from mythological to American Indian spiritual—so there is something to be found for everybody who looks.
Restaurants are also located in Tlaquepaque, AZ where the Mexican atmosphere adds to the pleasure of eating Mexican cuisine at El Rincon. Other options include the Oak Creek Brewery and Grill, Secret Garden Café, How Sweet It Is chocolate shop and the Rene at Tlaquepaque, where food, wine, art and music come together to create a special night you won't forget.
At just 6 miles from the hotel, Tlaquepaque is well worth a visit. As soon as you can, stop by to shop, eat or simply enjoy the beauty of the architecture.