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Native American / Ethnic

Native Americans for Community Action Inc

Visit one of the most popular rest areas in the Coconino National Forest, the Oak Creek Vista Overlook. Enjoy the scenic view of the Mogollon Rim, Oak Creek Canyon and Sedona. Interact with Native American Vendors and take home a piece of their culture and tradition. On Hwy 89a, 16 miles north of Sedona.

Hoel’s Indian Shop

For 71 years “In the heart of Oak Creek Canyon,” Hoel’s Indian Shop is a Frommers Arizona favorite. We offer the highest quality Indian jewelry, rugs, pottery and baskets in a friendly atmosphere. Come visit us on Hwy 89A 10 miles north of Sedona or call us at (928) 282-3925.

Kachina House

Arizona’s largest distributor of Native American art and artifacts. Retail buyers are welcome to visit our gallery and warehouse containing one of the area’s largest selections of Hopi collector-quality and Navajo souvenir-quality kachinas as well as pottery, artifacts and jewelry.

Joe Wilcox Indian Den

Joe Wilcox Indian Den is one of the largest shops located in uptown Sedona with many years of quality service and products. We carry a variety of Native American jewelry, arts & crafts plus moccasins, home decor, and many southwest gifts. Please visit our full online store. Celebrating 25 years!

Turquoise Tortoise Gallery

Founded in 1971, we are Sedona, Arizona’s destination art gallery for Native American and Southwest art. Featured are: paintings; sculpture in stone, bronze, steel and wood; Zapotec rugs; pottery; authentic Zuni fetishes and an extensive jewelry collection from top Native American jewelers.

Garland’s Navajo Rugs

Since 1976 Garland’s Navajo Rugs has been home to the finest selection of authentic Indian Arts and Crafts, including hand carved Hopi Kachina Dolls, Navajo Sandpaintings, Pueblo Pottery, hand woven Baskets, and ONE OF THE LARGEST SELECTIONS OF NAVAJO RUGS YOU’LL EVER SEE.

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