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Lots of historical Native American info , books, and amazing art from local artists. Perfect stop for souvenirs- You can also buy some real Pipestone for the kids. Nice place to relax for a few and beat the humidity.
The lady working the counter seemed to be a sub and wanted to charge my husband eight dollars for a postcard. It seemed to be a misunderstanding, and she was sorry, but I had to question her about the price twice. And it seemed like...More
Date of experience: June 2018
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Bud J, Manager at Keepers of the Sacred Tradition of Pipemakers, responded to this reviewResponded June 22, 2018
we run on volunteers and older gal hadn't been there in quite a while, we were out of town the pricing sys is in the middle of being updated because of quikbooks problems!!
It was fun looking at all of the merchandise. The gentleman working the day we visited was very knowledgeable and gave good information about the surrounding area. I purchased a small Pipestone turtle (about the size of a quarter). The peace pipes were wonderful but...More
Nice shop with native american merchandise. They have some cheaper native american items such as navajo doll set and also carry pipes (decided to buy the pipes in the national monument as they appeared to be slightly better). But the shop is worth a visit...More
Drove back to Pipestone in order to visit shop. Met Bud, one of the founders, who gave us some amazing personal accounts and recommendations to local sites. Bud made our experience one that we will never forget!
It had been years since we visited this shop in Pipestone and I was amazed at the selection of arts and crafts they now display. You will not find this kind of quality elsewhere. Most items are unique and beautiful, including a wide variety of...More
If you are anywhere in the area--STOP HERE FOR A VISIT! Bud and Rona (and their helpers) are the real deal. They are down to earth, heart centered people running a quality outfit. The Depot has much to offer in the ways of Native Arts...More
Prior to making a soul fulfilled pilgrimage to Pipestone, I was guided to get a sacred pipe. I contacted fellow Keeper, Jim Tree, and he told me to get in touch with Travis Erickson at the monument and Bud/Rona Johnston at the Keepers of the...More