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Goulding’s Trading Post Museum.

1000 Main Street Monument Valley, Monument Valley, UT 84536
+1 435-727-3231
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If you like John Wayne or John Ford, you need to see this

Lots of memorabilia from movies shot in this area. Price is right....free. It adds a lot to... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Joe-Lincoln-CA
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LINCOLN
Cute and free!

Charming little museum in the original building that was the trading post and home of the... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Thelmadee
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Rohnert Park, California
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  • Excellent48%
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  • Average12%
  • Poor1%
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“john wayne” (80 reviews)
“living quarters” (17 reviews)
LOCATION
1000 Main Street Monument Valley, Monument Valley, UT 84536
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+1 435-727-3231
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"john wayne"
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"living quarters"
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"movie memorabilia"
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"she wore a yellow ribbon"
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"western movie"
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"donations accepted"
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"movie room"
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"movie making"
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"movie stars"
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"nice display"
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"stage coach"
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"old west"
in 9 reviews
"donation box"
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"gift shop"
in 17 reviews
"lots of history"
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"on display"
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Reviewed yesterday

Lots of memorabilia from movies shot in this area. Price is right....free. It adds a lot to the lunch there.

Thank Joe-Lincoln-CA
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Charming little museum in the original building that was the trading post and home of the Gouldings. Lots of wonderful photos on the walls and a re-created living quarters up some steep stairs. Not a good place for anyone in a wheelchair or with mobility...More

Thank Thelmadee
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Reviewed 1 week ago

It was a trip back in time visiting this museum and definitely worth a visit. There were posters of some movies that we didn't even no were made here in Monument Valley. You need to set aside a long time to visit John Wayne's cabin...More

Thank Helenjen
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We spent about an hour here. Several rooms with different themes i.e. trading post/movies shot here/family history/family living quarters. Really interesting and makes me want to learn more about the Goudings! Don't miss the gift shop; the best around!

Thank exagent
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Small in size, Very large and informative in scope. Tells the story of The Goulding Family and their contribution to the Valley. it also houses the western museum, while not the most expansive, does provide one with a very detailed account of the movies that...More

1  Thank Paul G
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Reviewed 1 week ago

If you like western movies, then you should stop here and see this museum. For John Wayne fans its a must. Small museum, but very interesting and informative.

Thank 14221_Mel
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I almost passed up visiting this museum but that would have been a big mistake. Goulding's Trading Post and Lodge is a most interesting story and one must visit the museum to gain a full appreciation of its importance to the Monument Valley area.

Thank LikeUpNorth
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A bit cramped and could use more space to display outstanding pottery, jewelry and other local artifacts. The apartment upstairs a time capsule. Worth the time and effort.

Thank Digger2527
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Brilliant place with so.e really cool stuff...im a huge John Wayne fan and was totally taken back when I walked into a mini cinema/museum about the duke...very cool kids loved it too

Thank stephen c
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I love Americana and classic films so I was in heaven here. Take an hour and see the story of this couple and John Ford Hollywood director who teamed up in 1939 to make the first "on location" film (Stagecoach) ever and it was in...More

Thank Cheryl Y
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MaxxyHampshire
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Response from Linda L | Reviewed this property |
The films were on in the evenings and yes, you can watch one all the way through. They offer different films each evening.
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Response from Felixstowe2016 | Reviewed this property |
Can't answer this as we visited in September but suggest look at their web site @ Goulding’s Trading Post Museum and they will answer your questions. good luck In 1921, Harry Goulding and his young bride Leone (nicknamed... More
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