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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.
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…
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…
Mall in Sedona

Tlaquepaque Village

Just south of Hwy 89A on Hwy 179, Tlaquepaque is a series of Mexican-style interconnected plazas home to dozens of high-end art galleries, shops and restaurants. Founded by Nevada businessman and Sedona-lover Abe Mi…
Arts & Crafts in Prescott

Van Gogh's Ear

Deep pockets are required at Van Gogh’s Ear, where you can snap up John Lutes’ ethereal glass bowls, Dale O’Dell’s stunning photographs, or works by three dozen other nationally known artists, many making their home…
Jewelry in Oak Creek Canyon

Garland's Indian Jewelry

This ivy-draped trove of American Indian jewelry carries bracelets, buckles, earrings, bolo ties and countless other trinkets crafted by artists of the Navajo, Hopi, Santo Domingo and Zuni tribes.
Sports & Outdoors in Flagstaff

Babbitt’s Backcountry Outfitters

Named for a pair of rancher brothers who arrived from Ohio is 1886, Babbitt's rents backpacks, tents, boots, poles, snowshoes and other outdoor gear, and sells books and USGS maps.
Arts & Crafts in Flagstaff

The Artists’ Gallery

This art co-op, locally owned and operated since 1992, carries the work of over 30 northern Arizona artists, including two-dimensional art, jewelry, ceramics and glasswork.
Arts & Crafts in Flagstaff

Painted Desert Trading Co

Carries fine wares and art created by the Navajo, Hopi, Zuni and other American Indian nations, plus an excellent selection of books on regional topics.