Old Town Emporium has been a Visitor’s Favorite for 25 years.

Like many businesses in Old Town, the structure was originally a home, built in the 1930’s.¬† It’s a store for everybody – from the vacationer who wants to pick up a post card to the serious collector – with a huge selection of items under $5, many under $20, as well as collectibles in the $500 to $600 range that you may have seen in galleries or boutiques at much higher prices.

Cork cage wine glass chalkboardMake sure we’re a planned stop on your visit to Old Town!
If you have folks back home who will enjoy a ‘little something’, you will find a visit to Old Town Emporium not only a lot of fun, but an extremely efficient¬†way to make sure that all those ‘little things’ are taken care of – bring your list, make your selections, and we’ll gladly ship your entire shopping trip home for you!


Just to help you get started, here is a SHORT list:

kokoswicKitchen stuff in Old TownSwitch plates, decorative tiles, coasters, T-shirts, bookmarks, crosses, retablos, jellies & jams, Christmas ornaments, spices, sauces, socks, Breaking Bad souvenirs, candles, sunglasses, wine accessories, talavera pottery, flutes, clocks, toys, little girls’ Mexican dresses, jewelry, posters, balloon fiesta, eclectic artwork, ABQTrolley tour tickets, Route 66 memorabilia, sunfaces, dreamcatchers, kachinas in Navajo and Hopi style, and pottery from Navajo, Acoma, San Juan, and Isleta artisans!