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Address: 320 N State Route 89a, Suite 14, Sedona, AZ 86336-4243
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Rare ancient fossils, collectable and décor mineral specimens, outstanding...

Rare ancient fossils, collectable and décor mineral specimens, outstanding contemporary jewelry and nature inspired home accents. Arizona artisans abound!

Mother Nature’s finest awaits you within the doors of Touchstone Gallery. Here is where your natural history adventure begins. Here is where your fun and exciting shopping experience will mix with spectacular red rock views to create everlasting memories of northern Arizona. Step inside our premier Uptown Sedona gallery to discover a world of rare ancient fossils, magnificent mineral formations and natural art masterpieces. You’ll unearth a hidden treasure trove of interior accents, vibrant crystals and mammoth to Megalodon fossils. Touchstone gallery’s selection of Arizona’s “rainbow” petrified wood is unsurpassed. Shop fantastic framed fish and plant fossils, distinctive geode “cocktail tables” and exclusive nature inspired home décor. Come in and find one-of-a-kind contemporary jewelry, stunning meteorite watches and multitudes of take home treasures. From the superb small gift to the rarest natural history collector specimens, Touchstone Gallery is Sedona’s home of nature’s art etched in stone. Open daily - Free parking!

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Not something you see every day!

If you are shopping in Sedona, it's worth having a look around. Petrified wood, fossils, immense geodes, beautiful polished stones, etc. Much of it is far too expensive for the... read more

Reviewed 8 April 2015
Loungecat73
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Media, Pennsylvania
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Mcfarland
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Reviewed 16 January 2017

I fell in love with Touchstone Gallery the second that I laid eyes on it. I didn't know what to look at first! I spent well over an hour in the store. I knew that I wanted to buy a lot of items, but I had to remain calm and restrain myself. If I could afford it, I could easily... More 

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Lubbock, Texas
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 7 helpful votes
Reviewed 21 September 2016

I love Touchstone Gallery in Sedona. It is one of my favorite places on earth. The fossils and rocks are amazing. The jewelry is remarkable; one of a kind pieces that are reasonably priced. Customer service is gracious and well educated about minerals. Just a delightful location. More like a museum than a shop. I can hardly believe such fabulous... More 

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Bowling Green, Kentucky
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 61 helpful votes
Reviewed 26 December 2015

Unlike the reviewer who rated this "terrible", we had an excellent time in this store, and found them very helpful and accommodating. We loved the beautiful art, jewelry, and amazing fossils on display, and visited the store twice. There are many stores with beautiful Native American jewelry (avoid the ones that sell cheap knockoffs); but, if that's not your thing,... More 

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Thank EJISK
Seattle, Washington
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 13 helpful votes
Reviewed 20 May 2015 via mobile

This place should charge admission. We spent over an hour in this museum like shop, gazing at fossils and minerals. Prices range from a few dollars to several thousand, but every piece seems to have been hand picked and chosen with care. If you are a geek do not miss this shop!

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Media, Pennsylvania
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Reviewed 8 April 2015

If you are shopping in Sedona, it's worth having a look around. Petrified wood, fossils, immense geodes, beautiful polished stones, etc. Much of it is far too expensive for the average shopper, and that is what differentiates it from all of the souvenir shops which will quickly fade from memory.

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Long Beach, Indiana
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Reviewed 18 January 2015

Was visiting Sedona with two of my friends. Happened upon Touchstone and went in. The two ladies were talking so I just waved when I went in, no response. After a few minutes the one woman cooly said if I can show you anthing let me know. My friend notice the other woman in front of the counter waving her... More 

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Thank Gale F
Brooklyn
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Reviewed 16 December 2014

Delightful place with a lovely selection of beautiful things from stones and jewelry to art work. I highly recommend.

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Thank Leah Z
Nampa, Idaho
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Reviewed 5 January 2014

This gallery is more like a museum. There are amazing fossils, geodes, mammoth tusks, stones and crystals as well as jewelry, sand art and books. When we went in I told my kids to put their hands in their pockets and not touch anything, the sales person said "Our name is TOUCHstone" and proceeded to tell my kids all the... More 

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