Tlaquepaque, pronounced tla-keh-pah-keh, is designed to look like a traditional Mexican village. Meaning “the best of everything,” Tlaquepaque also seems to be a literal translation to the products and service they provide to their customers. A Sedona landmark since the 1970s, it offers more than 40 unique specialty shops and art galleries.
Stores within the Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village include galleries, including Andrea Smith Gallery and Vue; specialty shops, such as La Vida Sedona, Natural Wonders, Red Rock Candle and Gift; clothing from Just US Girls, Panara and Bennali Outdoor Gear, to name a few; jewelry from Ninibah, Red Canyon Collections, Cocopah and more; and restaurants, including El Rincon, How Sweet It Is and much more.
Another unique aspect of Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village is its appreciation of the charm of old Mexico; it’s also renowned as a beautiful location for wedding. Tlaquepaque has been on the list of the most beautiful places to get married. Its chapel is surrounded by sycamore trees; tall, vine-covered stucco designed walls; and it has access to cobblestone courtyards and pathways that make the setting perfect. Areas for the bridal party include several patios and an upper terrace with breathtaking glimpses of the Red Rocks. Tlaquepaque works with a pre-qualified list of local caterers to help making planning quick and painless with a wide variety of cuisine for your wedding guests.
Whether you’re looking for a place to spend the day or a weekend away in a unique environment, head to Tlaquepaque and discover hidden treasures from the awe-inspiring shops and restaurants that it has to offer.
For more information about Tlaquepaque’s tours, weddings, stores and restaurants, please visit tlaq.com.
336 Arizona 179
Sedona, AZ 86336