Top Choice Arts & Crafts in Jerome

Jerome Artists Cooperative Gallery

Need a gift? At this bright and scenic gallery more than 30 local artists work in pottery, woodwork, painting, jewelry and other media, before selling their creations at very fair prices.
Gifts & Souvenirs in Seligman

Angel & Vilma's Original Route 66 Gift Shop

Seligman is a town that takes its Route 66 heritage seriously, thanks to the octogenarian Angel ('Angel of Route 66'), his wife Vilma, and his late, lamented brother Juan. Angel and Vilma run this barber and souveni…
Market in Greater Phoenix

Phoenix Public Market

The largest farmers market in Arizona brings the state's best produce, both fresh and pre-made, together in one open-air jamboree of good tastes. Alongside spanking-fresh fruit and veg, you can find indigenous foods…
Arts & Crafts in Tucson

Old Town Artisans

Old Town Artisans in the Presidio Historic District is a great destination for quality arts and crafts produced in the Southwest and Mexico. It's a block-long warren of adobe apartments filled with galleries and cra…
Arts & Crafts in Greater Phoenix

Heard Museum Shop & Bookstore

This museum store has a top-notch collection of American Indian original arts and crafts; the variety and quality of kachina dolls alone is mind-boggling. Jewelry, pottery, American Indian books and a broad selectio…
Arts & Crafts in Sedona

Garland's Navajo Rugs

Founded in 1976, this Sedona institution offers the area's best selection of rugs, and sells other American Indian crafts, both current and vintage. It's an interesting store to visit, displaying naturally dyed yarn…
Books in Benson

Singing Wind Bookshop

If you're a bibliophile and driving near Benson, the Singing Wind Bookshop is a must-visit. One of the Southwest's great indie book stores, this inviting place is run by the wonderful Winnifred 'Winn' Bundy on her r…
Arts & Crafts in Cameron

Cameron Trading Post

Selling everything from wonderfully intricate Navajo rugs, antique textiles and fine ceramics to plush buffalo toys and T-shirts, this historic trading post has been running since 1916, just after the first swayback…
Arts & Crafts in Jerome

New State Motors Building

This former Chrysler dealership, built in 1918 as Arizona's first, now houses an eclectic mix of little shops (with equally eclectic opening hours – not all stalls open at the same time) selling memorabilia, glasswo…
Arts & Crafts in Tucson

Bahti Indian Arts

Founded by New Mexican anthropologist and American Indian art collector Tom Bahti in 1952, this wonderful store carries Zuni fetishes, Hopi kachinas, Navajo rugs and many other precious items.