Grand Canyon National Park

Grand Canyon National Park

Hopi House

Designated a National Historic Landmark in 1987, Hopi House has been selling authentic American Indian arts and crafts to visitors since the Fred Harvey Company opened its doors in 1905.

Hopi House was designed by renowned architect Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter, one of the first American architects to appreciate the utility and beauty of American Indian design. Following Hopi architectural traditions, the building was constructed primarily by Hopi workmen using native stone and wood. 

Designated a National Historic Landmark in 1987, Hopi House has been selling authentic American Indian arts and crafts to visitors since the Fred Harvey Company opened its doors in 1905.

Hopi House was designed by renowned architect Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter, one of the first American architects to appreciate the utility and beauty of American Indian design. Following Hopi architectural traditions, the building was constructed primarily by Hopi workmen using native stone and wood. 

In 1995, Hopi House underwent a complete renovation, which included a retrofitting that secured the floors to the walls and replaced the roof. Working in conjunction with the National Park Service and the Arizona State Historic Preservation Office to ensure authenticity, Xanterra Parks & Resorts® directed the renovation to avoid altering any of the original architectural or design elements. Several Hopi workmen participated in this restoration effort.

Hopi House offers a large selection of native arts and crafts such as kachinas, jewelry, handcrafted Navajo rugs and authentic pueblo pottery. The second-floor Fred Harvey Gallery has a variety of museum-quality items available for purchase. Hopi House is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. during the summer and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the winter. Please call (928) 638-2631, ext. 6374 for more information.