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Yvonne L wrote a review Jan 2020
Foster City, California37 contributions2 helpful votes
We went into this shop as we sought refuge from the cold. (-36 degrees). The shop offers a wide array of Yukon souvenirs and we especially like the hand-made Yukon soaps! ($1 cheaper than the MacBride Museum gift shop). There are also free samples of the very delicious fudge.
Date of experience: January 2020
X632ZDrobertc wrote a review May 2019
Sidney, Canada11 contributions25 helpful votes
This store has something for everyone. There are authentic northern art pieces and touristy pieces for the "just for fun" crowd. Emily, can help you with some Yukon history if you'd like to learn more about what your looking at because there is tons to view and important items can be missed. The location of the store is easy to find...the middle of main street and is surronded by other interesting estblishments. Take your time in this place and really poke around.…
Date of experience: June 2018
2 Helpful votes
Sue6340 wrote a review Sep 2017
Richmond, Canada383 contributions35 helpful votes
It's a good size store with a variety of souvenirs, t-shirts, mugs, pictures..... They have some fudge and other sweets as well as coffee and syrups. A good selection all around.
Date of experience: September 2017
sylvia N wrote a review Jul 2017
Steinbach, Manitoba156 contributions47 helpful votes
Lots of interesting items from socks to sauces to gadgets of all descriptions. Fun to visit and to pick up a few 'odd' gifts that will make everyone smile. Kitchen gadgets, jewelry, toys - you name it! They've hot its, Lots of treats available too - Wildfire Honey, Peanut Brittle, Fudge......…
Date of experience: July 2017
Edward W wrote a review Jun 2017
Thunder Bay, Canada1,643 contributions514 helpful votes
Mostly contains a bunch of bric-a-brac that is the standard for most souvenir stores. There are a few things worth looking at in here, but mostly better tourist memorabilia can be found elsewhere in town.
Date of experience: June 2017