History
Hubbell Trading Post is located within the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site in N.E. Arizona. Established in 1878, Hubbell Trading Post has been serving Ganado, Arizona, and is the oldest operating trading post on the Navajo Nation.

The trading post offers a fine selection of Navajo rugs and jewelry. Visit one of the Old West’s iconic places to see for yourself!

Location
Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site is located at mile post 446.3 on AZ state route 264.

Hours
Open Daily 8AM to 5PM

Contact
Email: info@hubbelltradingpost.org
Phone: (928) 755-3254
Mail: P.O. Box P.O. 150  Ganado, AZ 86505-0150

Getting here by Car
Visitors traveling on I-40 can take U.S. Highway 191 North to Ganado and drive west on Hwy. 264. If you are traveling from Gallup, New Mexico, you may take U.S. Highway 491 North to U.S. Highway 264 west toward Ganado, through Window Rock,Arizona. When you are driving south from Chinle, Arizona on Hwy. 191 you will drive east when you reach Hwy. 264.

Getting here by Train, Bus and Airplane
Gallup, New Mexico, 60 miles east of the park, is served by Amtrak, buses and a small airport. Albuquerque, New Mexico, 200 miles east, has a major airport. Flagstaff, Arizona, 180 miles west, is served by Amtrak, buses, and a municipal airport.

Hubbell Trading Post on the Road – Upcoming Events

 

August 18 – 20 | 9AM – 5PM
Hubbell Trading Post Navajo Rug Trunk Show – Bandelier National Monument
Daily rug talks at 10AM & 2PM and weaving demonstrations
15 Entrance Road
Los Alamos, NM 87544