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Eagle Plume's

9853 State Highway 7, Allenspark, Rocky Mountain National Park, CO 80510-9612
+1 303-747-2861
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A Unique Collection of Native American Jewelry & Art in an Historic Building

Eagle Plume's Trading Post was once a tea room--- but for 50 years and more it has been a annual... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
NanaT35
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Estes Park, Colorado
A treat & a surprise in quality & authenticity

Amazing quality pieces from near & far. The shop was a real surprise, with the quality of items... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
adventuremojo
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Sedona, Arizona
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9853 State Highway 7, Allenspark, Rocky Mountain National Park, CO 80510-9612
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Eagle Plume's Trading Post was once a tea room--- but for 50 years and more it has been a annual destination for tourists, summer residents, and locals. The building itself is worth a visit, and the collections it holds are stunning. Not to be missed!

Thank NanaT35
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Amazing quality pieces from near & far. The shop was a real surprise, with the quality of items. The beauty and ease of displayed items and the extremely knowledgeable and friendly staff were a treat. From the exterior, one would never know of the treasures...More

Thank adventuremojo
Reviewed 14 November 2016

Luckily on the way up to Estes Park we spotted this little gem. This is an original---nothing else like it. My husband really enjoyed it too; its packed with authentic American Indian charm and grace. Wonderful history, stories, art, old photos. . . . ....More

Thank Katherine N
Reviewed 12 October 2016

We stopped here based on a recommendation from one of our Allenspark shopkeepers. She mentioned we could learn about Native American history, view some neat artifacts, and shop for some beautiful and one-of-a-kind jewelry. We spent nearly 90 minutes talking to the staff, learning about...More

1  Thank Kristen H
Reviewed 3 September 2016

We had originally been to this delightful trading post when I was about 8, on the advice of a grade school teacher. The draw then was that Charles Eagle Plume loved when children dropped into the shop, and would give arrowheads to the little ones....More

Thank Tanya A
Reviewed 21 August 2016

You'll never find a more authentic, rustic, down-home shopping and visiting experience anywhere. My wife was here 30 years ago, and claims it hasn't changed one bit. She found a beautiful ring this trip, and we thoroughly enjoyed our visit with the owners who are...More

Thank Rance C
Reviewed 26 July 2016 via mobile

Indian jewelry and art in this long-term establishment in this area. Located between Estes Park and Aspenpark. We didn’t buy anything, but enjoyed seeing all the stuff that was in this establishment. Like all art works, some we liked and others we didn’t.

Thank NSP9454
Reviewed 2 July 2016

This is part store, part museum. They have lots of Native American products for sale as well as some artifacts that you can peruse. Several Western tribes are represented.

Thank drivinexplorer
Reviewed 31 May 2016 via mobile

Had not stopped here in years. Our family has been coming here since the 1930s. It is still full of many museum quality pieces. Some beautiful jewelry is for sale. If you want to see the real stuff this is where to go.

2  Thank 2Travel-4funNow
Reviewed 2 September 2015

Love this place - authentic Native American goods. The kind you treasure - no junk here! The people who work here are a joy; they love to share their knowledge of the artifacts and the building that houses Eagle Plume's. This isn't some kitschy shop,...More

2  Thank Kimberleemcpike
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