“The last of the curios!”
"Last of the original Route 66 curio shops in New Mexico, don't miss it! Tucumcari is a small town in northeastern New Mexico, United States of America. It is located along Interstate 40 and is the first town of significance in New Mexico if driving west from Texas along that route. The town is a highlight for those following the former Route 66, as it contains a large amount of Route 66-era neon and colorful signs.
Stopped in a few weeks ago and both owners made a point to chat with me. They're trying hard to keep this Route 66 icon thriving so stop, take a picture, and BUY SOMETHING! Support your RT66 icons!
closed on sundays
Cute little shop! Owners were nice. They have a sweet dog named Kevin.
Just left this cute gift shop. The owner greeted us and was very friendly. Lots of fun stuff to look at. The town around it looks very run down with so many places closed up. I hope their little shop survives. The kids bought some stone animal carvings. I got a ghostbead necklace, a blanket, and a totem energy stone. The prices were a lot cheaper than I expected. Definitely stop here if you have the chance!
A great shop with something for everyone. Owners are friendly and extremely helpful. Purchased a sign and a Native American bracelet. Stop by and pickup a sovereign from a Route 66 shop.
Fun stop for a pic and some trinkets. The owner was nice and told us where to eat
Very nice little shop, lots is souvenirs. Easy off the main 40 and spend a little time in town. Worth stopping.
Just added you guys to my trip. See you in April
Wish it was open when we stopped by! Still worth the photo op!
Closed for business
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Tee Pee Curios
- Sun - Sat: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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