The information below is primarily for reference.
Park management is continuing to evaluate and adapt to changing COVID-19 guidance and is adjusting operations as needed.
Grand Canyon Village - Visitor Center Plaza
Grand Canyon Conservancy Park Store is the park’s largest gift shop and bookstore, just across the plaza from the Grand Canyon Visitor Center, and a short walk or shuttle bus ride from viewing Grand Canyon at Mather Point. Open daily, 9 am to 6 pm, core hours. Additional open hours vary seasonally. (Grand Canyon Conservancy)
Bright Angel Bicycles
Limited hiking supplies, including day packs, traction devices, energy bars, sunglasses, hats, sunscreen, rain coats, umbrellas, hats and more. Open daily, 8 am to 5 pm, core hours. Additional open hours vary seasonally.
Yavapai Geology Museum (1928)
At Yavapai Point, in between the Grand Canyon Visitor Center and Grand Canyon Village, the museum has a bookstore and gift shop. Large picture windows provide excellent views of the canyon, and three-dimensional models and interpretive panels explain the complicated geologic story of Grand Canyon. Open 9 am to 5 pm, core hours. Additional open hours vary seasonally. (Grand Canyon Conservancy)
Grand Canyon Village - Market Plaza
Market Plaza is the Business Center for the South Rim, and in additional to the general store, has a US Post Office a Chase Bank with ATM machine, and Yavapai Lodge.
Canyon Village Market
A full-service grocery and department store with gifts, clothing and camping equipment sales/ rental. Open daily year-round, 8 am to 8 pm core hours. Additional open hours vary seasonally. (Delaware North)
Yavapai Lodge Gift Shop
Located in the Yavapai Lodge, and adjacent to the cafeteria. There is a selection of clothing, books, postcards and southwest gift item. Open daily year-round, 8 am to 8 pm core hours. Additional open hours vary seasonally. (Delaware North)
Grand Canyon Village: Historic District
Visit shops in Historic Landmark Buildings
Kolb Studio (1904)
On the canyon rim at the head of the Bright Angel Trail, this historic building houses a bookstore and gift shop upstairs and a gallery with art and history exhibits downstairs. Open 9 am to 5 pm, core hours. Additional open hours vary seasonally. (Grand Canyon Conservancy).
Lookout Studio (1914 Mary Colter)
Located on the very edge of the canyon is the historic Lookout Studio. This store has a telescope to view the canyon; and a large selection of photography, postcards, rocks and minerals, jewelry and souvenirs. Open daily, 9 am to 5 pm. Additional open hours vary seasonally (Xanterra).
Bright Angel Lodge (1935 Mary Colter)
Located in the Bright Angel Lodge, the Bright Angel Gift Store offers supplies for hiking and mule trips. There is also a selection of books, t-shirts and gifts. Be sure to see the Fred Harvey History Room - located in the lodge. Open daily, 7 am to 10 pm (Xanterra)
El Tovar Hotel (1905)
An upscale gift store located in the El Tovar Hotel lobby, features clothing, jewelry, and fine gifts. There is also a newsstand for snacks, sundries, postcards, newspapers and books. Open daily, 7 am to 10 pm (Xanterra).
Hopi House (1905 Mary Colter)
Open since 1905, this Pueblo style building is the largest gift store at the Grand Canyon. This historic store features a large selection of authentic Native American Handicraft items and an upstairs Native American Art Gallery. Open daily, 8 am to 5pm, additional open hours vary seasonally (Xanterra).
Verkamp's Visitor Center (1906)
For more than a century, Verkamp's was the home and business of the Verkamp family. Their gift shop sold Grand Canyon souvenirs and Native American handicrafts. The shop is now a NPS visitor center and hosts an information desk, bookstore, and exhibits about the pioneer history of Grand Canyon Village. Open 9 am to 5 pm, core hours. Additional open hours vary seasonally. (Grand Canyon Conservancy).
Maswik Lodge Gift Shop
Located in the Maswik Lodge, this store features books, postcards, t-shirts, Native American jewelry and gift items. Open Daily, 9 am to 5 pm (Xanterra).
Hermits Rest (1914 Mary Colter)
At the end of Hermit Road, (also called the West Rim Drive) this historic retreat offers good views of the canyon, along with a selection of American Indain crafts, t-shirts, books, postcards and a snack bar. Open daily year-round, 9am to 5pm, additional open hours vary seasonally. (Xanterra)
Most Desert View Facilities Remain Closed
Updated April 7, 2021
NEW: Beginning Thursday, April 8, 2021, visitors traveling to Grand Canyon National Park will be able to enter the park through the East Entrance at Desert View. Details >
The following Desert View areas and services are open for visitors:
• Viewpoints in the Desert View vicinity
• Desert View parking lot and RV parking
• Restrooms located between the Desert View parking lot and the canyon rim.
Most Desert View services remain closed at this time. Be sure to bring enough food and water for everyone in your group.
With public health in mind, the following facilities and areas remain closed:
Desert View Watchtower (1932 Mary Colter) CLOSED
25 Miles east of Grand Canyon Village on the East Rim Drive, the Watchtower was built in 1932 in the style of an ancient pueblo tower. Climb to the top of the tower for 360-degree views (stairs close 30 minutes before the shop). The walls of the tower feature murals by Hopi artist Fred Kabotie. The "Kiva Room" features a bookstore and gift shop. Open daily year-round, 9 am to 5 pm core hours, Additional open hours vary seasonally. (Grand Canyon Conservancy)
Desert View Trading Post and Ice Cream CLOSED
The Trading Post houses a gift store and a coffee and ice cream shop with outdoor seating. The gift store offers authentic American Indian art and jewelry, along with many southwestern gift items including, t-shirts, and books. Open daily year-round, 9 am to 5 pm core hours. Additional open hours vary seasonally. (Delaware North)
Desert View Market and Deli CLOSED
Delaware North operates a market with groceries, and souvenir items, in addition to a deli serving hot and cold meals with indoor and outdoor seating.Open daily year-round, 8 am to 5 pm, core hours. Additional open hours vary seasonally. (Delaware North)
Desert View: Facilities and Campground information CLOSED
Tusayan Pueblo (Ruin) and Museum CLOSED
Located 3 miles (5 km) west of Desert View, the Tusayan ruin is the remains of a small Ancestral Puebloan village. Stop by for a ranger led tour of the ruins and visit the exhibit that help bring the ruin to life. The Tusayan museum also features a bookstore. Open daily from 9 am to 5 pm. (Grand Canyon Conservancy)