This gift shop designed by Mary E. J. Colter, pictured at right, turned 100 years old in 2005. It specializes in Native American crafts: Navajo Rugs, Hopi Kachina's, Zuni Fetishes, pottery, jewelry as well as t-shirts and souvenirs. The upstairs gallery offers Native American artworks.

it is the first of eight projects at the Grand Canyon that were designed by architect Mary Colter, along with Bright Angel Lodge, Hermit's Rest, Lookout Studio, Phantom Ranch, and the Desert View Watchtower.

Hopi House was built by the Fred Harvey Company as a market for Native American crafts, made by artisans on the site. The Hopi, as the historic inhabitants of the area, were chosen as the featured artisans, and the building was designed to closely resemble a traditional Hopi pueblo.


Hopi House
Built of native stone in a series of ascending terraces, this Mary E.J. Colter-designed structure emulates original Hopi dwellings.

Open since 1905, this Pueblo style building is the largest gift store at the Grand Canyon.

Inside the dramatic building is a wide array of authentic Native American Handicraft items and handmade goods, including rugs, pottery, jewelry, kachina dolls, sand paintings, and the like.

This historic store features a large selection of gifts upstairs in the Native American Art Gallery. Open daily year-round, 8am to 5pm, additional open hours vary seasonally.

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