Visitor Information

Most of our Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village Shops are open daily 10:00AM-6:00PM. Our restaurants stay open later into the evening, such as El Rincon Mexican Restaurant, which states open until 9:00PM on Friday and Saturday. Each shop’s hours vary, on weekends and observed holidays. You can Browse the Shop pages in the Directory for exact shop hours. If there is a specific shop, restaurant, or gallery you are interested in, please feel free to call ahead to be sure.


Parking while visiting Tlaquepaque is free. There are several parking lots surrounding the property and one additional lot, across the street, at our Tlaquepaque North location.
RVs, 5th wheelers, and tour buses can easily be parked in the Portal Lane lot, located directly northwest of Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village, while you enjoy and explore Tlaquepaque. Please note, parking overnight is not permitted.


We are a pet-friendly destination. Tlaquepaque just asks that you keep your pets on a leash at all times and always clean up after them. There are water sources next to the restrooms if your furry friend needs a drink in the heat. And just a reminder, in Arizona it’s not a good idea to ever leave a pet in your car, windows cracked or not. The weather in Arizona can get extremely hot very quickly and unexpectedly, and we don’t want anything to happen to your furry family member.


There are several local hotels to fit all budgets. You can stay at: Uptown Sedona, which is close to where we are located, West Sedona which is a short 10 minute drive away, or the surrounding cities, such as The Village of Oak Creek, Oak Creek Canyon, and further out in beautiful cities like Cottonwood, to the southwest, and Flagstaff, to the north. Any of the popular travels sites, such as or will help you to secure ideal lodging for your visit.

If you are visiting by way of RV or travel trailer, there are several campgrounds and RV parks to choose from in the area. Rancho RV Park is highly rated and close to Tlaquepaque Village.


Sedona, known for its beauty and majesty​, attracts people from all around​ the world​. The high season is usually when Arizona weather is its most temperate​ and not too hot​, which is ​in ​February, March, ​and ​April. ​Additionally, three day weekends such as the 4th of July​ and Memorial Day​ will pack Sedona’s roads and can make it interesting to get around. While any time ​of the year ​is the perfect time to visit Sedona and Tlaquepaque​ Arts & Crafts Village​, it’s good to know what to expect and plan ahead​ during high season and national holidays​.
You can read more about beautiful Sedona on our “Visiting Sedona” page.


Listed below are directions if you are coming from the Phoenix Metro area as well as from Flagstaff. You may also view a larger, detailed Google Map for directions.

1) From Phoenix/Scottsdale Area

Take I-17 North toward Flagstaff,
Leave I-17 at exit 298 (State Route 179)
Drive 15 miles into Sedona and crossover the Oak Creek Bridge
Tlaquepaque is on the immediate left hand-side of the road

2) From Flagstaff Area

Take I-17 South toward Phoenix,
Take Sedona, Oak Creek exit (AZ-89A)
Drive approximately 25 miles on 89A
Drive through the first two stop-lights and at the third stop-light (“Y” intersection of 89A and State Route 179) make a left hand turn.
Continue on State Route 179 approximately .2miles and Tlaquepaque will be on the immediate right hand side of the road.

We are known for our world class wedding venues. If you are interested in having your wedding here, please contact us. Let us know your name, phone number and the proposed date(s) you are planning on holding your wedding.

Our signature “Simply I Do” wedding package is perfect for small, intimate parties of 2-6. And for larger parties, you may contact one of our preferred partners for pricing and availability. You are not required to use one of our preferred partners.
We do however, only allow caterers from our approved caterers list. If you have dietary requirements, please contact them with your inquiry.

If you’re interested in seeing our venues first hand you may book a tour. Please call the office at (928) 282-4838. Tours are available Tuesday through Saturdays from 9:00AM-4:00PM.

For other wedding related information such as information about our wedding venues with virtual tours, viewing videos of happy couples on their special day, wedding policies and procedures, and much more, please visit the wedding section of our website.


Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village is the perfect stage for your next photo shoot. Whether that be for bridal couples wishing to take pictures in the romantic setting of Tlaquepaque who are not getting married here or for engagements, family reunions, fashion shoots, advertising shoots, and more.

Simply secure a photo permit in advance by calling (928) 282-4838 or by contacting us on our website. We will need to know the date and time of your request and how many people will be accompanying the photographer.

Photo permits are $50.00 and are based on availability. Couples getting married at Tlaquepaque do not require a photo permit.


There are a variety of fun, family-friendly, and culturally rich events throughout the year. If you are planning a trip, be sure to view our calendar of events to see what’s happening at Tlaquepaque.


There is so much activity around Tlaquepaque: new expansions, new tenants, and latest events. Tlaquepaue Magazine is a great way to stay current with what’s happening, and to get to know the shops, galleries, and restaurants better. Published quarterly, it’s also a good to get an idea of the seasonal events.Browse the latest edition as well as past issues on the Tlaquepaque Magazine page.


The Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau has created a neat little app called It shows local restaurants, galleries, and points of interest in and around Sedona, Arizona. Explore the interactive map »


Suite: F103
Phone: (928) 204-1973
Toll Free: 1 (877) 281-6622

If you are feeling adventurous, a fun and exciting way to see Sedona up close and personal is by signing up for the best 4x4 jeep and hummer tour in Sedona! Sedona Offroad Aventures powers their fleet with biodiesel because they care.

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