Shopping

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Shopping in Alamosa and surrounding communities is an adventure in itself! Stroll the quaint downtown streets, peek into small shops, and hunt for that special treasure. From fine art to unique giftware, antiques and apparel, it is all waiting to be discovered.

Enjoy meandering in the downtown area or make a short drive to one of the many galleries and antique shops located around the valley.  Take home a souvenir to friends and family back home, or pick out that one-of-a-kind antique to complete your collection.

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Farmers Market

The Alamosa farmer's market includes 14 local growers, two certified local dairy producers, and three local meat producers who offer organic, grassfed beef, lamb, and yak ...
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Green Spot Garden Center & Antiques

Antique store with a huge inventory that can sometimes change daily. Also carries gardening supplies, plants, fertilizers and many gardening needs. 

Hunt Avenue Boutique

Truly unique antique store which also offers cultural gifts, vintage clothing, and collectibles.

Never know what you might find at Stuff Antiques and Collectibles.  Everything from antique furniture to baseball cards. 

Wild Roses

Wild Roses has expanded and is now taking furniture, antiques and 'stuff' on consignment!! Call 589-2888 if you have some items you need to get out of your garage! Wild ...
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Upcoming Events

  • Fri, Jan 30 Come check out the Alamosa Ice Festival 2015 for some seriously cool fun! Professional ice sculptors come from all over to show off their ice carving talents,just don't...

  • Sat, Feb 14 Entrance fees at all national park areas will be waived several times in 2015

  • Fri, Mar 13 See thousands of sandhill cranes migrate to the San Luis Valley for their annual "Spring Break" of sorts. Bus tours will be taken with wildlife experts out to...

  • Sat, Apr 18 America's Best Idea — the national parks — is even better when it's free! Mark your calendar for these entrance fee-free* dates in 2015:

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