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Wall Drug Store, Wall
(3/5 based on 2,400+ reviews on the web)
Earning fame by giving free ice water to thirsty travelers, Wall Drug Store has become a shopping mall filled with stores, gift shops, restaurants, and attractions for kids. Take a look at its collections of items such as toys, pottery, sculptures, decorative ornaments, souvenirs, candies, and T-shirts. Snap a photo in front of an artificial Mount Rushmore, climb the giant mythical jackalope, or have a classic Western meal at the restaurant. Have a picnic, eat a doughnut, or tour the art gallery. Children can even dig mines and look for gemstones and fossils. Just beware of the dinosaurs and the singing gorilla man. Arrange to visit Wall Drug Store and other attractions in Wall using our Wall travel itinerary maker.
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  • It was fun, it was kitschy, the doughnuts were good (and we don't eat doughnuts!). We really enjoyed the extensive Western art and homage to the history of Wall Drug - it felt like a family labor of l...  more »
  • We walked around and shopped the maze of stores. We gave our daughter $20 and she spend a hour looking for the best deal. She was 14 so we were not afraid of her spending a little time by herself whil...  more »
  • When staying in Wall is to visit Wall pressure a must do. The are several shops and it is super touristy. All the way in Western style atmosphere and that is top
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  • When you walk thru the doors you understand that you just came home. The home you may never have experienced - but the home you always knew existed somewhere between your favorite childhood memories, faded by time and and distance and your dreams of enchantment both familiar and unknown - at journey's end. Be prepared to spend a lot of leisure time, and a little money. Your sights may be set on the horizons - but you will need this time to rest, eat first rate food, browse the entire store and take it all in. While you're at it, you may find the perfect gift for a friend or family member. Maybe the perfect gift for that special someone - YOU! Don't miss an opportunity of a lifetime. Many of the people you will see when you visit Wall Drug - have been there before. Become another loyal fan of one of America's most beloved tourist attractions.
  • It's a tourist trap, don't get me wrong, but the prices are relatively reasonable. Though 12 dollars for a burger and fries sounds a bit unreasonable in retrospect. The food is good, though. I got a couple belts at about $40 each, and they were not the cheapest. They were American made, quite nice, and should last a while compared to some of the cheaper, more costly ones sold these days. There is also a nice fudge store, though the cleanliness might he questionable depending on the employee working. I saw a fly on one flavor of fudge. Though the fudge is good. It's worth the trip.
  • We stop every time we go to Alaska, or any place else we go north of San Francisco. Our kids always wanted to stop from age 5 into adulthood. One has to wonder how so many can rate it a 5 and how many can rate it a one and some say some really bad things. My guess is that the 1 ratings come from New Yorkers, or rich people who couldn't appreciate the best "tourist trap" in America, which it just might be. It is like a carnival with a Western flavor and high end items too. I say bah- humbug to the ones who have no taste for a fantastic tourist trap with a great variety of terrific food!
  • Not exactly what I was expecting, though I guess I'm not sure what I was expecting. It was fairly kitsch and was mainly set on selling trinkets to customers. I don't typically buy that type of stuff, so it wasn't really my thing. It was interesting to look at all of the stuff though, so I don't regret checking it out.
  • There is a lot of variety here. This place is huge. It's always a "must" to stop for me. Great food, ice cream, donuts and fudge. They have a huge art collection, chapel, arcade, gold panning, interactive water fountain, clothing stores, gifts, jewelry, toys, book store, oh.... And a drug store too. :) It has a bunch of fun and kitschy photo opps that always make me grab for my phone or camera.