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Best Local Products & Souvenirs in Albuquerque

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The Octopus and the Fox

This trendy boutique is owned by local artists and all of the products are created by local artists and designers, including cute clothing, funky accessories, and interesting nicknacks. You'll find colorful eccentric products that have a youthful edge. Along with handmade creations, you'll also find a selection of vintage items. If you really like their designs sign up for one of their classes where you can learn to create handmade items.

Albuquerque, NM, United States
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Skip Maisel's

Whether looking for collector quality Native American arts and crafts or Route 66 souvenirs, you can find it all under one roof. Be sure to look down at the tile work in the entryway when you visit because those are real silver dollars. This store has one of the largest inventories in town of Kachina Dolls. Each doll is handmade by native artists and no two are identical. The glass cases are filled with Native American jewelry in many styles and designs. Colorful Navajo rugs show off the talents of creative local artists, and Route 66 memorabilia adorns the counter tops.

Albuquerque, NM, United States
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Treasure House Books & Gifts

Treasure House Books & Gifts is a charming shop known for its impressive selection of books about New Mexico or by local writers. From regional cookbooks to mystery novels set in Albuquerque to local history books, this bookstore has it all. The collection also contains general books, such as dramas and children's books. There is also an impressive collection of CDs, music, and local souvenirs. Treasure House Books & Gifts even holds events, such as author readings.

Albuquerque, NM, United States
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Blue Portal

Located behind San Felipe de Neri Church, this delightful shop is five connected rooms filled with beautifully crafted gift items, all made by senior citizens. The non-profit Assistance League of Albuquerque operates the Blue Portal, which has generated over a million dollars for community programs since it opened in 1985. It is not charity, however, that prompts the visitor to buy, but the beauty and craftsmanship of the pottery, wood sculptures, quilts and other products on display. A warm and enthusiastic welcome from the volunteer sales associate is part of the package.

Albuquerque, NM, United States
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Bien Mur Indian Market Center

You will find a treasure chest full of traditional and contemporary Native American jewelry at Bien Mur Indian Market Center store. Owned by the Sandia Pueblo, this shop is full of exquisite works of art that comes directly from the Indian artists to this market. The pottery, Kachinas, rugs and fetishes are masterfully created and designed with respect to the rich, traditional pueblo influence. The staff is knowledgeable and helpful in insuring customer's satisfaction in quality and service.

Albuquerque, NM, United States
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