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This 1906 building that is made in the Navajo Hogan style is pretty much unchanged since I lived in Tuba City as a child. I was so happy to see it still here. The goods sold inside are real Navajo artisanal items. Nothing fake here...More
Whether the historic trading post worked the same way, I can't say, but the modern store has a varied selection of items by and about the local people.
Situated as it is in the Navajo Nation and at the entrance to Hopi, the trading post...More
Trading post, Navajo museum, Code Talker museum. We have been to probably every trading post on the rez except this on (don't know how we missed it). It's great. The people are great, the merchandise is great. Lots of Navajo folk art and being across...More
The Tuba City Trading Post has a good range of mementos and according to my wife (and my wallet), a really good range of Navajo jewellery. This lso gave us an opportunity to peruse the Navajo Code Talkers Museum, which is incorporated within the Trading...More
Stopped here on recent trip. There was a navajo woman in need of help, she had come here to sell her wares and missed her ride home. She began drawing pictures of landscapes and the store clerk called the police, which upset me until the...More
It's really quite a large trading post thought much of what they are selling is just tourist junk like T shirts. But there are genuine hand made Navajo rugs which are lovely and there are examples of good Indian pottery and basketry and jewelry. November...More
Prices were comparable or slightly less than those at the Heard Museum Gift Shop for authentic Navajo crafts - pottery, jewelry, carved items etc. . Good selection of books about the Navajo and Hopi people.