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Located in World Famous Banff National Park, for over 100 years The Banff Indian Trading Post has been providing an outlet for First Nations crafts. Today we continue that tradition with a wide selection of Genuine Native Canadian Handicrafts...more
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101 Cave Avenue, Banff, Banff National Park, Alberta T1L 1A9, Canada
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Outstanding variety of Indina crafts and trinkets for all ages. Items range from inexpensive childrens souveniers to collectors item crafts. Sales on specialty local crafted T-shirts, fur/pelts, Elk moccasins, beaded jewelry, stones - an all round great "Trading Post"
There is a large diversity of Aboriginal handicraft here, lots of beadwork items, t-shirts, hats, purses, etc. It's not a big store, and they have packed a lot of stuff in there. With all the taxidermy on the walls, it does give a truly authentic...More
The Banff Indian Trading Post is located adjacent to the Buffalo Nations Museum and the Cascade Gardens. It is part natural history museum with all of its great mounted wildlife and waterfowl; and a neat retail store with a wide variety of souvenirs, clothing, jewelry,...More
Across the bridge from the tatty shops and souvenirs of Banff Avenue, this is a delightful shop, full of authentic Indian work. There are some really beautiful works of art for sale which make amazing souvenirs of a visit to this area. Friendly staff too.
We took a river cruise and learned a lake monster from lake minnewanka was located here, so we had to come see it! We are so glad we did. The shop is like a little museum with taxidermy and real hand made items to purchase....More
Visited here whilst in Banff , whilst not the biggest of places the museum was very informative as to how the Canadian Indians lived and timelines into the history of westerners into the rockies , staff very friendly and informative and puts into perspective of...More
With the Banff downtown nearly lost to soulless tourist junk, the Banff Indian (first nations) Trading Post is a breath of fresh air. The inside feels halfway between a museum and shop, immersing you in the early European history of Western Canada. Animal pelts, traditional...More
This is a retail outlet with an obvious USP - and I dont mean the reasonable prices. It can broaden your horizons without narrowing your pocket or you can buy original artifacts to remind you of the Indian nations and their place in modern environment...More