Garden of the Gods Trading Post
From the website:
The historic Garden of the Gods Trading Post lies on the southwest corner of the Garden of the Gods Park. In the early 1920's Charles Strausenback built the Trading Post to resemble the homes of the Pueblo Indians. Since that time, the Trading Post has expanded six times to become Colorado's largest art gallery and gift shop. The art gallery features local artists, traditional and contemporary Native American jewelry, Navajo rugs, sand paintings and pueblo pottery. Colorado gifts and souvenirs can be found in the main store as well as Minnetonka moccasins and outdoor clothing. You can grab a bite to eat at the Balanced Rock Café and finish your day off with an ice cream or Starbucks coffee in our coffee corner. The Garden of the Gods Trading Post has something for everyone. Come on over today! Visit Website
Or call (719) 685-9045 for more information.
- JacqueMore than a year agoNice place
We went here and it was a cool place to see but the shop is very full of items that taking in a large dog was just not feasible
There was plenty of area to walk outside and see some unique rock formations
- AlyssaJul. 29, 2018Dogs allowed inside!
Obviously since this is on here they are allowed inside the store, I was very happy to be able to go inside with the rest of my party instead of having to wait outside like I had been at other places. Overall this is a good stop for any souvenirs and t shirts, nothing to incredible for your animals, just that they are allowed to go in with you.