Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village
Linger in an inviting outdoor market nestled under giant sycamore trees along peaceful Oak Creek. Feel the harmony of nature and creativity as you explore the decorative stone arches, mosaic fountains, and cobblestone paths of this shopping epicenter. Authentically designed like a traditional Mexican village, the market is truly unique. Wander through art galleries, handcrafted jewelry boutiques, glassblowing studios, and one-of-a-kind shops. Stop for a break at a shady restaurant terrace. If you're looking for lodging, our hotel offers adobe-style lodging just minutes away.
Prices - Free
Hours - Vary by venue
- Cinco de Mayo Chili Cook-Off
- Day of the Dead
- Festival of Lights
- Art Galleries
- Artist Demos
What Annual Events Does Tlaquepaque Village Have?
Connect with Sedona’s vibrant culture at Tlaquepaque Village’s unique festivals. On Cinco de Mayo, celebrate a colorful fiesta with mariachi musicians and Folklorico dancers at the Great Sedona Chili Cook-Off. Contribute to community altars and help paint a mural during Dia de los Muertos in the fall. During the holidays, discover 6,000 luminarias at the Festival of Lights.
What Is The History Of Tlaquepaque Village?
Back in the day when Sedona was a one-stoplight town, Abe Miller fell in love with a creekside sycamore grove. His dream was to transform it into an enchanting village that captured the charm of Old Mexico. With the help of an unconventional architect and local artists, he created the oasis of cobblestone streets, fountains, and gardens that you see today.
336 Arizona 179 86336 Sedona United States (0.30 miles)