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One of several reviews related to a 20 day Grand Circle tour.
A nice little welcome center on route 163, at the major junction between Goulding's and Monument Valley Tribal Park. Yes it's small and has very little information related to the Navajo Nation, but...More
The last thing you want to do on a roadtrip is to waste time. Unfortunately this is what I found at the Navajo Market. The information centre was open, panels of self read information, no staff in evidence. Only two shops open with limited items...More
It is true that just a few shops were open and we were about to skip the last shop given disappointment in the first few. But in the last shop we found a nice trove of Navajo items, including silver money clip and two inlaid...More
What a neat little place to stop by to visit. They even have a covered patio to have lunch at while looking at the Monument Valley monoliths in the distance. After visiting the Welcome Center we stopped by the adjacent gift shops. One vendor in...More
We stopped here on way into Monument Valley, and what a pleasant surprise! We visited with several vendors, who all are local residents. The arts and crafts are beautiful and authentic (what we saw). The vendors shared a lot of information about the area. We...More
On route 163, just before the right hand turn into Monument Valley Tribal Park there is an interesting welcome center. It's small but it has a lot of information on the area.
Also on a warm day it is air-conditioned!
It is right next to...More
This was a return visit Monument Valley and the craft market. We met two people in particular, one of whom remembered us from our previous vist. We also met a lady, Pat, who took us on a tour of the valley the next day. The...More
I'd browsed the gift shops at various places (Cameron's Trading Post, The View Hotel and others) and seen gorgeous jewellery, but I wanted to "buy direct" and support local jewelers. Our tour guide recommended checking out the Market, and I'm so glad I did. The...More