WILLIAMS TOUR GUIDE - Spring/Summer 2017


Take home a piece of Route 66

From the Williams Tour Guide print publication

Shopping in downtown Williams ...

If you are searching for that perfect souvenir or something special for yourself, don’t leave without taking advantage of Williams’ many shopping opportunities.

A wide variety of treasures for just about everyone can be found at Camp Civitan Thrift and Trading Co. The thrift store features jewelry, wedding dresses, antique train memorabilia, Route 66 artifacts and vintage western wear.

Find custom saddles, gun leather and belts created locally at De Berge Saddlery and Western Wear. The store also carries Wrangler jeans, western shirts, boots, hats, moccasins, purses, leather garments and much more.

Pine Country Restaurant and Gift Shop carries plenty of childrens items, women’s jewelry and purses, and Route 66 memorabilia.

The Gallery in Williams is an artist cooperative featuring local artists and their wide range of mediums. Some of the art featured includes jewelry, fibers, stained glass, watercolor art, pottery, oil painting, bronze sculpture, photography, quilting, graphite drawing, woodwork, scratchboard art and metal sculpture.

Find western wear for the entire family at Western Outfitters. The fashionable shop also carries footwear, shirts, jeans, belts, hats, purses, wallets, leather garments and so much more.

Native America is the only Native American owned and operated shop in Williams. The shop offers Native American jewelry, Hopi and Navajo basketry, artifacts, crafts, Navajo rugs, sandpaintings and Kachinas.

Open Studios Art Gallery features local artists’s work including wood craft, paintings, painted glass, quilt art and jewelry.

Quilts on Route 66 offers quality fabrics, kits, embroidery projects and handmade, American quilts.


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