Where to go in Northern Arizona for Art Galleries & Museums
MOUNTAIN ARTISTS GUILD
This hidden gem in Prescott exhibits paintings, sculpture, photography, textiles, jewelry and more by local artists. Founded in 1949 by 25 Prescott artists, the nonprofit hosts a variety of special exhibits, workshops, seminars, festivals and an annual self-guided artist studio tour.
228 N. Alarcon St., Prescott
GALLERY OF MODERN MASTERS
Chihuly, Chagall and Dali are among the greats whose work fills this iconic Sedona gallery. It’s also known for representing some of the finest glass artists from around the world.
671 Highway 179, Sedona
EXPOSURES INTERNATIONAL GALLERY OF FINE ART
The largest fine art gallery in the Southwest, this extraordinary space showcases the work of more than 100 artists in 20,000 square feet of display space. The diverse and extensive collection features contemporary, traditional and Southwestern art, including bronze sculpture, original paintings, glass art, photography, furniture and jewelry.
561 S.R. 179, Sedona
THE MELTING POINT
If you’re looking for some handmade jewelry or glassware to decorate your home or want to learn about glassblowing, this gallery will stoke your creative flames. A celebrated international artist will guide you every step of the way.
1449 W. State Route 89A, Sedona
MOUNTAIN TRAILS GALLERY
Located within Sedona’s Tlaquepaque, the gallery displays traditional and contemporary fine art by more than 50 award-winning artists, from paintings and sculpture to jewelry and furniture. Specialties include landscape paintings of the Grand Canyon, Sedona and the West; wildlife sculpture and paintings; and Native American and Western still life and figurative storytelling works.
336 S.R. 179, Sedona
SEDONA ARTS CENTER
The Fine Art Gallery inside this space boasts a large selection of jewelry, photography and other keepsakes by local artisans.
15 Art Barn Road, Sedona
SEDONA ARTIST MARKET AND GALLERY
Browse stunning ceramics and sculptures or pick up some supplies for your own project in this 8,000-foot space in West Sedona.
2081 W. State Route 89A, Suite #11, Sedona
(928) 282- 2153
TLAQUEPAQUE ARTS & CRAFTS VILLAGE
No trip to Sedona is complete without a visit to this plaza located on the banks of Oak Creek. An array of galleries, shops and restaurants occupy this Verde Valley landmark, which resembles a Mexican village with its vine-covered walls and cobblestone streets.
336 State Route 179, Sedona
FORT TUTHILL MILITARY MUSEUM
More than a century and a half of Arizona military history is on display inside this National Guard training base located just south of Flagstaff, including a restored 1951 M38 Willys Jeep and a tribute to the Bushmasters of the 158th Regiment.
2446 Fort Tuthill Loop Road, Flagstaff
This small but mighty space is home to new and acclaimed artists from around the world who peel away the layers of nature and everyday life to find color, creativity and passion. Visitors can find beautiful pottery or that special painting.
111 E. Aspen Ave., #2, Flagstaff
THE HEART BOX
Located in downtown Flagstaff, this intimate contemporary space recently reopened to give the art community a place to connect with the community through a variety of mediums. Visitors have the opportunity to purchase a curated inventory of paintings, photography, jewelry, clothing or bespoke home decor.
17 N. San Francisco St., Suite 1B, Flagstaff
MUSEUM OF NORTHERN ARIZONA
Through hands-on activities and stunning exhibits, campus visitors will learn about the animals and people that have inhabited the region for millions of years. It’s all inside a beautiful campus, dubbed the “Smithsonian of the Southwest,” located at the base of the San Francisco Peaks.
3101 N. Fort Valley Road, Flagstaff
The history of northern Arizona comes alive at this former hospital. Read about the area’s early settlers or snap a selfie next to a train engine that’s nearly a century old. The grounds also feature an authentic Model T, farm equipment and an Iron Lung.
2340 N. Fort Valley Road, Flagstaff
SHANE KNIGHT GALLERY
Shane Knight’s camera has captured the mystery and beauty of the Southwest for decades. Visually stunning photos of lonely cowboys, abandoned gas stations and mountain landscapes hang from the walls of this family-owned business.
5 E. Aspen Ave., Flagstaff
WEST OF THE MOON GALLERY
This charming little gallery opened more than 20 years ago with its eye-catching exhibitions. Not only has it expanded its historic space in the years since, but it also represents more than 80 of the best artists in Arizona.
14 N. San Francisco St., Flagstaff