Grand Canyon South Rim Shopping

Verkamp's Curios
Verkamp's has been a Grand Canyon tradition for more than 100 years. The store has undergone a number of renovations and changes over the years. Today, it offers a number of historical exhibits, as well as books about the canyon and its early explorers, souvenirs and toys for the kids. Verkamp's is located on the Grand Canyon's South Rim.

Hopi House
Hopi House is located within the Grand National National Park on the South Rim. The structure was designed by architect Mary Colter, who is responsible for a number of buildings within the park. The gift shop offers authentic Native American arts and handicrafts. A Native American art gallery lies on the second floor of the building.

Grand Canyon Village Marketplace
The Grand Canyon Village Marketplace, within the park boundaries, offers a wide range of food and sundries to make your Grand Canyon stay comfortable with a produce section, deli, and a variety of ready-to-eat foods. The store has many camping supplies, hiking equipment and other items to facilitate your outdoor experience. Souvenirs, tee shirts, jackets, and other clothing items are also available.

El Tovar Hotel Gift Shop
The El Tovar Hotel, located right on the Grand Canyon's South Rim, was built in 1901, even before the park was a protected area. The gift shop within the hotel offers upscale gifts, souvenirs, clothing, books, and other items. Native American crafts are also available. The Gift Shop has many unique jewelry items for that special souvenir of your visit to the Grand Canyon.

Desert View Store
The Desert View Store is located with the Watchtower, a 70-foot structure built on the Grand Canyon's South Rim. The upper level is an observation tower that provides expansive views of the canyon. The store offers a number of grocery items, souvenirs, camping supplies, and clothing.

Tusayan Trading Post
Tusayan is a small town that sprang up near the entrance of the Grand Canyon National Park's South Rim entrance. It offers a number of lodgings and stores to serve visitors to the park. The Tusayan Trading Post is a general store with a wider variety of goods, including food and snack items, park souvenirs, clothing and Native American handicrafts. A free shuttle operated between the park and the town of Tusayan during the summer months for easy access to the town's businesses.