The villages of Two Grey Hills and Toadlena are famous as the sources of the finest rugs in Navajo country, and many of these world-class artisans sell their work at the Toadlena Trading Post. The turn-off is about …
Originally founded to sell turquoise, silver, coral and other raw materials to local artisans, the shop today has arguably the best collection of locally made animal fetishes and jewelry. Prices are very reasonable.
Just south of town toward Zuni, this long-established store, run by a fourth-generation trader, sells everything from rugs and jewelry to saddles and hardware. Be sure to check out the pawnshop.
At the monthly Crownpoint Navajo Rug Auction you can talk to and buy from the weavers directly. Check the website for dates and driving directions.
Stop by every Saturday for Native American arts and crafts and plenty of snacks. Follow 9th St north, from the other side of I-40.