Northwestern New Mexico

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  • 1. Animas Valley Mall

    Shopping Centers/Malls

    In a town with two super-sized Wal-Marts and a Target, a shopping round-up would not be complete without mentioning the gargantuan Animas Valley...Read More

  • 2. City Electric

    Downtown | Local Specialties

    City Electric is a shoe shop Gallup-style, and is definitely worth a poke around. This purveyor of moccasins, cowboy boots, belts, and cowboy...Read More

  • 3. Dad's Diner


    To break free from the chains, step out to Dad's Diner; it's fun, open on Sunday—not much else is in town—and a certain cut above mall food. ...Read More

  • 4. Ellis Tanner Trading Co.

    Local Specialties

    Coming up from Zuni on NM 602, travelers will come upon Ellis Tanner Trading Co., a venerable fourth-generation family operation. ...Read More

  • 5. Emerson Gallery

    Art Galleries

    Emerson Gallery highlights the modern, appealing paintings and prints of Anthony Chee Emerson. His bright yet harmonious palette is decidedly...Read More

  • 6. Fifth Generation Trading Co.

    Local Specialties

    Detour one block south to Fifth Generation Trading Co., an old trading post run by the Tanner family since 1875. Big and distinctly tourist...Read More

  • 7. Hogback Trading Co.

    Local Specialties

    About a half-hour drive west of town, in Waterflow, are a number of old-time posts, including the Hogback Trading Co. A fourth-generation operation...Read More

  • 8. Inscription Rock Trading & Coffee Co.


    sells crafts and art, including that of local Zuni artisans and other indigenous people far and wide. Stop by for a caffeine jolt or a fresh...Read More

  • 9. Old Schoolhouse Gallery

    Art Galleries

    The repurposed old El Morro School is now painted brightly in deep orange, pink, and blue hues that draw in passersby. Inside the one-room building...Read More

  • 10. Perry Null Trading Co.

    Local Specialties

    Perry Null Trading Co. bought out the 80-year-old Tobe Turpen post in 2005; Perry Null, himself a trader since the 1970s, continues to sell...Read More

  • 11. Pueblo Trading Post


    Pueblo Trading Post dates back "only" to 1980 but is housed in a 1920s carved sandstone building that was once a more traditional trading post...Read More

  • 12. Richardson's Trading Co.

    Downtown | Local Specialties

    At Richardson's Trading Co., the great-granddaddy of trading posts, the wooden floors creak under your feet as you gawk at the knockout array...Read More

  • 13. Shiprock Trading Post

    Local Specialties

    Shiprock Trading Post established in 1894, came to Farmington in 2007. What sets this location off from its gallery in Santa Fe is its direct...Read More

  • 14. Shush Yaz Trading Co.

    Local Specialties

    Another branch of the Tanner trading family runs Shush Yaz Trading Co., which stocks all manner of Native American arts and crafts, including...Read More

  • 15. Turquoise Village


    offers the work of Zuni, Hopi, and Navajo artisans as well as the raw stone, shell, and silver with which much of the work is made. Some historic...Read More

  • 16. Zuni Craftsman's Coop


    specializes in Zuni-made fetishes and jewelry, and occasionally has good examples of their iconic polychrome pottery for sale as well. ...Read More

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