Kachina House is the largest wholesaler of Native American art and artifacts in Arizona. The 5,000-square-foot showroom and warehouse, nestled among the famous red rocks just two blocks off Highway 89A in West Sedona, is open to the public. All are welcome to visit Kachina House, and the three owners are happy to provide a tour of the facility and information about the Native-made crafts and the artists who create them.
Kachina House offers an incomparable selection of authentic Indian-made products, including magnificent Hopi hand-carved katsinas, Navajo kachinas, jewelry and pottery, including Navajo red clay, horsehair, Acoma, dreamcatchers, Zuni, Hopi, and Santa Clara. There is a huge selection of artifacts (bows and arrows, lances, medicine wheels, drums, prayer fans, tomahawks), fetishes, sand paintings, prints and original art by Southwest artists.
To get to Kachina House in West Sedona, from Highway 89A turn north onto Tortilla Avenue at the Speedway gas station. Turn left on Southwest at the stop sign, then right on Hozhoni. We are one block on the right at 2920 Hopi Drive. For hours and more information, call 928.204.9750 or visit KachinaHouse.com.
Use coupon code SEDONATV at KachinaHouse.com for a 10% discount.