Uptown Sedona

Where to Shop in Uptown Sedona.

Uptown Sedona is a great place to visit if you are a first time visitor. This area of town is where Sedona began back in 1902.  It was home to the early settlers and later became the center of town.  Now known as Main Street, Sedona’s shopping district is located here.    Uptown starts where State Route 89A and State Route 179 intersect and continues north to the roundabout.  Uptown is pedestrian friendly. It is filled with restaurants, art galleries, gifts shops, boutiques and much more.  It is the main shopping area in Sedona and you’ll find some of the best red rock views here.

Shopping centers located within the uptown area include Sinagua Plaza and Canyon Portal, The Matterhorn Shoppes, Sacajewa, Tlaquepaque and the Shops at the Hyatt Pinon Pointe.

Are you looking for souvenirs to take home with you? You will find all kinds of unique and interesting items for you to remember your visit to Sedona.  T-shirts, hats, magnets and postcards are popular finds in these shops.

Check out companies to book a tour.

Several tour companies have storefronts where you are able to book the best tours in town.  Why not take a tour in a Trolley? Uptown is also a great place to schedule a Jeep Tour where you can explore the Red Rocks.

Parking Locations

Uptown is busy all year long.  Most shops open around 10am and close by evening. The restaurants stay open later. For questions about parking, read our article about parking in Uptown Sedona.