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White Buck Trading Co. & Museum

Riverside Drive, Winthrop, WA
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Out of business. Neat place but now closed for good.

Used to be a stalwart business that has lasted many many seasons but the owner retired and... read more

Reviewed 21 February 2016
darkswede218
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Seattle, Washington
The White Buck is no longer in Winthrop

The White Buck used to be a good place to shop because of the variety of items. They closed their... read more

Reviewed 19 October 2015
Rachel O
,
Kent, Washington, United States
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Offers exhibits of 1880s tools and military equipment.
  • Excellent22%
  • Very good34%
  • Average22%
  • Poor11%
  • Terrible11%
21 Feb 2016
“Out of business. Neat place but now closed for good.”
19 Oct 2015
“The White Buck is no longer in Winthrop”
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Riverside Drive, Winthrop, WA
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Reviewed 21 February 2016

Used to be a stalwart business that has lasted many many seasons but the owner retired and auctioned off all the really neat antiques and natural history stuff. Bon voyage and thanks for the memories. Hope a new shopkeep has success on this stretch of...More

Thank darkswede218
Reviewed 19 October 2015

The White Buck used to be a good place to shop because of the variety of items. They closed their doors in 2014 and part of the store was turned in to Shotgun Nellies which is smaller than the White Buck but very nice and...More

Thank Rachel O
Reviewed 9 August 2015

What used to be a large, open store full of souvenirs, jewelry, antiques, and interesting items has been divided into two rooms, with no connecting door. It now feels cramped and narrow, leaving little room to browse.

Thank Tracey H
Reviewed 29 July 2014

This is a normal type tourist town shop, with a museum added. They have a fantastic selection of cowboy hats to keep the sun out. The museum items were fun to check out, a good place to stop in.

1  Thank Kristine B
Reviewed 7 June 2014

I have going to this store for years.. Love the museum display at the rear.. It's not unusual as a tourist buy place in the front of the store, but they do have western items that others don't.. I have been going there for years...More

2  Thank BrianandPV
Reviewed 6 June 2014

We entered to look at the merchandise and discovered the "museum." Nice displays of various old west items. an unexpected treat. It's great when someone who took the time to collect the items finds a way to share it with others. Walked out with a...More

1  Thank DaleMMR
Reviewed 19 September 2013

when we are in Winthrop this is a must go to destination! The people are friendly and the shop always has new stuff to look at as well as our favorites! Try the huckleberry licorice it is to die for!

2  Thank AnW520
Reviewed 24 September 2012

giftware as well as museum pieces of the old days. The american pickers even stopped there to check it out.

1  Thank Carrie D
Reviewed 22 August 2012

This is a great place to see if you are traveling through Winthrop. It not only has some of the best souveniers in town but also great antiques and history to boot. I heard even the Antique Hunters from TV came through and had to...More

Thank Sheree S
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