First you should know I never, ever rate anything 5/5. But in the area of Native American trading posts, art galleries and such I have found two that are. One is the Hubble Trading Post National Monument in Ganado, Arizona on the Navajo reservation and...更多
Stopped by on a whim to check it out and was pleasantly surprised. This is a combination of a museum and retail store for Native American art and jewelry. The staff was very friendly and helpful. They shared the story of the building and its...更多
I've been coming here since the sixties. At least now I can afford to buy some of these items. We particularly fancy the fetishes of which they always have a limited but nice selection.
Part museum and part store, this well worth a visit even...更多
This is one of those places that folks know from all over the world. I know. I have lived in Allenspark for a long time and when folks are familiar with the area they always ask about Eagle Plumes. We just refer to it as...更多
We were told about this place by a local. It's located just a few miles from downtown. It a museum/store with tons of Native American Indian items. Very pleasant and informative workers. Free, but we did make a purchase.
Eagle Plume's Trading Post was once a tea room--- but for 50 years and more it has been a annual destination for tourists, summer residents, and locals. The building itself is worth a visit, and the collections it holds are stunning. Not to be missed!
Amazing quality pieces from near & far. The shop was a real surprise, with the quality of items. The beauty and ease of displayed items and the extremely knowledgeable and friendly staff were a treat. From the exterior, one would never know of the treasures...更多
Luckily on the way up to Estes Park we spotted this little gem. This is an original---nothing else like it. My husband really enjoyed it too; its packed with authentic American Indian charm and grace. Wonderful history, stories, art, old photos. . . . ....更多
We stopped here based on a recommendation from one of our Allenspark shopkeepers. She mentioned we could learn about Native American history, view some neat artifacts, and shop for some beautiful and one-of-a-kind jewelry. We spent nearly 90 minutes talking to the staff, learning about...更多