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Your first walk into the store is overwhelming- so much to see! As you allow yourself to wander you notice that this jam packed shop is very well organized. Go slow. The prices range greatly depending on the piece. Most tags have a description written...More
Disappointed it was closed both times we tried to visit. Once was around 11 am and another day around 6 pm. Since all other shops were open at that time, we thought it was unusual. Looks like it could be a fun store.
If you are into native American jewelery, pottery or rugs this place is not to be missed. An amazing collection, some hundreds of years old, that has by the owner. Plus there is so much more. Some amazing high end pieces, but also many, many...More
but, I'm not going to be selfish. This is an awesome place to stop and shop in Springdale. The plunderers are delightful and knowledgeable and have a huge range of "finds" from jewelry to books and clothing. They even have a very respectable pottery section...More
Frontier Plunder is not to be missed if you are travelling to Zion national park. Clay and his mother Harriet are warm, engaging, knowledgable, interested and interesting. Walking through the door of their fascinating world is like walking into a time-warp museum. The items on...More
Hi, my name is Renee and I have a confession to make.
I went to Springdale, Utah to visit Zion National Park, and I spent most of my time in Frontier Plunder. I have no regrets because it was totally worth it, and the jewelry...More
Once inside, the treasures go on and on. Antiques, art, books, jewelry, collectibles, pottery. There is stuff from Utah's frontier days and the old west, also native American clothing, moccasins, etc. I could have spent hours there. There's even a teepee on display. Fun and...More
The entrance to this shop is through a courtyard filled with interesting antiques. At the door there is a cooler with bottled water for sale for 50 cents. The inside is filled with old books, jewelry, pictures, and collectibles. If you're interested in antiques, it's...More