If you are looking for a place to buy indigenous craft articles and rare cultural art pieces, then head to the Kachina House. A heaven for shopaholics who love to explore the native crafts, this place is perfect to buy small gifts for loved ones back home or simply window shop while you marvel at the details and the handcrafted ingenuity!
- Ivory pieces
- Signature Kachina Dolls
Kachina House Travel Tips
- When you visit the shop, do buy gifts for your loved ones.
How to Reach Kachina House
- The nearest bus stop is at Andante & Stutz Bearcat (Sedona Car Wash)
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23.69% of people who visit Sedona include Kachina House in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
56.76% of people start their Kachina House visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Kachina House
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Kachina House
Kachina House Reviews & Ratings
Stopped here because I had a feeling there was better pottery out there than what your average gift stores have. The owners are lovely, and they are true academics. They have so much information about every item. This was an interesting store, almost as if it were a museum as well- a very authentic experience. I got the feeling that every piece was thoughtfully selected to be there- and very high quality. We love our Navajo etched pottery- now back here in the Northeast, it reminds us of our wonderful trip to the Southwest, as well as our nice experience in this store.
I really enjoyed my visit. A little off the beaten path, but a nice selection of art, jewelry, and pottery. The prices were good. The staff is really knowledgeable about their products and the artists. Ask for a tour, it doesn't take long and you will learn a lot.
Great staff & a must visit shop. Go see Toby & her staff they're BEAUTIFUL people to talk to and do business with.
We have discovered this place through internet research, and were curious about their shop as it claims to have hold various clay pots and other different items related to the indigenous Native American culture. When we arrived, we were greeted by miss Toby, who took it upon herself to show us around and further teach us about the culture and history behind each type of item. Her in depth knowledge resulted in more appreciation towards the details of each piece of art. The brief education that we have received was authentic in itself. We purchased two clay pots and one small bear, and even left with a couple of cards that give a brief explanation on how a certain pot or figurine was made. Overall, we are grateful for the kind and genuine gestures of miss Toby and miss Judy, and this shop has gifted us with one of a kind souvenirs in remembrance of our trip!
We had an amazing experience at Kachina House. The owner, Toby, is incredibly knowledgable and willing to share. We very much appreciated a tour of the store that included a history of the different peoples and pieces on display. The quality and beauty of her offerings are the best I've ever seen and sourced from direct relationships with the artists. Will certainly be back.