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Hubbell Trading Post, Ganado

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  • We spent a couple of hours here with our tour group. The highlight was the docent led tour of the family home with rich history. The baskets on the ceiling and Navajo rugs were very beautiful. I also ...  more »
  • The road signage is awful, so watch closely for entrance. We had to ask a local where it was as the highway signage ("1/2 mile to Hubbell") is not complimented by signs at the actual entrance. Having ...  more »
  • There is a sign indicating that the trading post if 1/2 mile away, but at the turn itself, there is no sign. It is easy to miss since it is about 1/2 mile from the highway. It's worth going into the a...  more »
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  • Hidden gem of a place devoted to John Hubbell, who ran this trading post for most of his life and was allowed to be buried in sacred ground by the local Indian tribe. There is a welcome center that provides examples of fine craftsmen, woven rugs, and a convenience store that sells Pinon coffee. For an optional $5, a tour of the Hubbell home and the surrounding area is included, and the tour was excellent. Highly recommend this trading post. The inside of the home, however, is dimly lit, and flash photography is not permitted.
  • A very interesting side trip. It's a working Trading Post with a lot of old-fashioned things for sale. Some very nice Navajo Rugs if you can afford them. I was very surprised to see that it was run by the National Park Service.
  • It was a nice piece of history to step into. Tour of house was interesting, somewhat geared towards children and people with no knowledge of the area and the people.
  • Very old and funky. Fair prices on native American rugs, pots, and jewelry. Also has tours of the trader's home.
  • There are areas that shows all the history you can absorb, and some of the buildings I would not mind living in at this time.

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