Gifts and Souvenirs
Absaroka Western Designs & Tannery
Gifts, collectibles, home décor, and furnishings. Lodgepole furniture, rawhide lampshades
Antler Workshop & Gallery
Home décor, pottery, furniture and other designs custom made from antlers.
Gasoline and diesel, yes, but also a convenience store, a jackalope museum, and a full-sized jackalope ready to ride (and perfect for selfies).
Gale Badlands Gallery
Landscape paintings of the dramatic Western scenery by artist Mark Gale. View them online at http://mgale.faso.com/works.
Horse Creek Gallery
Unique sculptures carved into antlers and horns. If you’re lucky, you’ll hear sculptor Monte Baker playing ragtime on the piano out front!
Olsen’s Western Store & Trading Post
“We outfit the West.” Clothes, boots, hats, home decor, jewelry.
Roca Jewelry Designs
Handcrafted artisan jewelry by Jill Judd. One-of-a-kind jewelry pieces.
Custom orders welcome. Call for an appointment.
Provisions for the rugged man (and woman). Leather and heavy-duty canvas aprons, totes, pouches, kits, and more.
Tom Lucas Western Art
Still life paintings and compositions, created by artist Tom Lucas from his collection of Native American and cowboy artifacts and his working knowledge of the actual methods of ancestral tool making.
Beads and beadwork supplies. Native American craft items and other souvenirs. Buy a treasure, or take home a wearable memory you have made for yourself.
Water Wheel Gifts & Books
Gifts made in Wyoming. Candles, pottery and soaps, photography cards and calendars,
music CDs, posters, books, magnets, mugs and more.
Welty’s General Store
The original store in Dubois, established 1889. Butch Cassidy stocked up here. Western clothing, outdoor gear, fine housewares, gifts and souvenirs.
Fresh-cut flowers, plants, gift items, and greeting cards. Also garden plants in season.
Wild Country Gifts Emporium
Jade jewelry, turquoise, gifts and souvenirs.
Wyoming Wool Works
Handmade products using wool from locally raised sheep, including wool seat pads and saddle blankets. Also clothing, handpainted towels, hats and potholders, and knitting and crocheting supplies, as well as knitting and weaving classes.