A Sedona Landmark
Within this Spanish Colonial style arts and crafts village, nestled amid tall sycamore trees, are more than forty-five specialty shops and galleries bordered by four superb restaurants, including a microbrewery and grill. A Sedona landmark since the 1970s, Tlaquepaque presents fine art galleries that offer wearable art, pottery, jewelry, glass art, and Western and contemporary art. Amid the one-of-a-kind shops is an enchanting chapel which is available for intimate weddings year round. Enjoy the old world charm of our picturesque courtyards which can be reserved for dinner receptions.
Tlaquepaque also hosts two special events annually. The Fiesta del Tlaquepaque is celebrated on the second Saturday in September. On the second Saturday of December, Luminarias, the Festival of Lights, celebrates the splendor of the holiday.
Tlaquepaque, the Art and Soul of Sedona, cannot be missed. Once you visit, you will return again and again to wander through this charming village, refreshing your body and soul.
Shops Open Daily 10 am - 5 pm. Restaurant hours vary. For more information about Tlaquepaque, visit www.tlaq.com!