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Twin Rocks Trading Post, Bluff
(4.3/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • Twin Rocks Trading Post is a must stop. They have a super selection of Indian rugs, clothing and jewellery at good prices and they don't pressurise you to buy. It's all quality merchandise. They have ...  more »
  • After visiting The View gift shop. Indian Market. Etc. and finding only junk and piece work or machine made items--What a pleasure to stumble onto the Twin Rocks trading post and find authentic beauti...  more »
  • Most people will stop and enjoy the Twin Rocks in Bluff - then drive on...but just across the highway is the Cow Canyon Trading Post - with a magnificent old '49 Buick sitting outside...My gosh...don'...  more »
  • Amazing Navajo taco. Best I've had, far better than any others within a hundred miles or more. Best of all, the wait time from ordering to eating was only about 10 minutes.
  • Interesting stop along the highway. Hoping the twins stand a long, long time.
  • Outstanding selection of quality local art and jewelry.
  • We've been stopping at Twin Rocks for at least 15 years to partake in both the delightful food in the cafe (the Navajo Burgers and Navajo Tacos are just great) and the wonderful Native American Art in the Gallery. We especially enjoy our time, and $$$, spent (pun intended) in the gallery. Twin Rocks collection of Native American art work (from mainly local artists) quickly addicted us to that form of artistry. Steve, Barry and the rest of the crew are also a wealth of information concerning the Bluff area specifically and the Four Corners region in general. Highly recommend this business!
  • Have been here a few times. They are known for one of the largest of Navajo baskets The have a good selection of Handcrafted Native American and Southwest art. Some items I saw here were Navajo rugs, Navajo folk art, Navajo pottery, Hopi kachina carvings, Navajo sandpaintings, Pueblo pottery, Zuni and Navajo fetishes, and Navajo sculptures.