“Route 66 souvenirs!”
Come visit and explore our more than 4,000 sq.ft. of Antiques, Art, Collectibles, Books & Magazines, Gas Pumps & Petroliana, Guns & Knives, Metal Signs, Toys, Tools, Farm Equipment, Furniture, Western Relics & Decor, Authentic Navajo & Zuni Jewelry, Pottery, Wholesale Beads and more... You name it, we've got it all under one roof - if not, don't fret yourself, we'll find it! Say hello to "Misty" our famous sidekick, be careful though, once you pick up that frisbee, don't say we didn't warn ya! So pull off the highway, take a break, sit a spell and enjoy exploring some unique findings while on your journey - and don't forget to be sure and tell all your friends about us too. Ya'll Come Back Now, Ya Here!
Gary is the man! He'll greet as you pull in, unless he's out mowing the yard. This place is full of both old and new items, and it's easy to get lost in the sea of cool stuff. If you are tight on space, buy the item anyway and Gary will help ship it home for you. One of my favorite Route 66 antique stops.
Great sight to visit for rustic antique goodies, he has lots of antique signs from petroleum companies and etc. The owner, Gary was very friendly and informative. I bought some large Texaco letters and a Pepsi sign from him. Worth a stop and visit. He opens at 8:00 in the morning, but stated he can be found there earlier in the morning some days.
Closed when we got there at 1:20pm on Friday 7/21/17. Lots of stuff outside though. Eating lunch at Kix on 66. Good burgers & sandwiches. And clean & friendly.
Awesome place to pop in for some kitschy Americana and antiques. The owner is a fantastic guy too. Definitely going back.
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Tucumcari Trading Post
- Mon - Sat: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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