Go shopping and stroll along the streets of Cripple Creek, Colorado for a walk through time, taking visitors past beautiful, historic turn-of-the-century buildings. Many have been refurbished to their original grandeur and now house gift shops, antique stores, restaurants and more. Meandering through a unique selection of souvenirs, arts, candy, crafts, and antiques makes selecting that special remembrance of your visit an easy task.
An eclectic array of gifts and souvenirs awaits you.
Rocky Mountain Canary Store
The Rocky Mountain Canary General Store is a great place to find that special Cripple Creek memento. They have coats, blouses, scarves and hats, as well as t-shirts that capture Cripple Creek humor. Gifts and souvenirs, such as gold pans, gems and minerals, jewelry, sculptures and figurines, candles and unique books that tell you about Cripple Creek’s history and ghost tales will make that Cripple Creek gift basket complete. Grab a card and some fudge or beautiful candy to top your gift, or treat yourself to delicious ice cream.
Shops at the Silver Mine
The Shops at the Silver Mine feature unique little shops all under one roof. Antiques, collectibles, paintings, photography, jewelry, hand-quilted items, along with western, glass and folk art. They feature one-of-a-kind pieces from a wide selection of talented local artists who capture the area’s beauty and history through their work.
The Aspen Mine Center Gift and Thrift Resale Shoppe
The neatly-organized shop features a variety of clean and functional items (donated, with proceeds going to those in need), ranging from beautiful decor to useful tools and everything in between. The stock rotates almost every day as new items come in and sold items go out the door. They offer many selected items at deep discounts off their already dirt-cheap prices.
Victor Lowell Thomas Museum Gift Shop
The gift shop offering Colorado wildflower seeds, gold ore specimens, gems, ore sample bags, real gold souvenirs, books on the local history, posters, notecards, DVDs and more. Admission into the museum is not required to visit the gift shop, and members receive a discount toward their purchases.
Victor Trading Company
This amazing store sells goods that are almost completely hand-made with materials and techniques that were used 100 years ago. Home of the World-Famous Broomwall, this shop sells beautiful custom hand-made brooms, custom cookie cutters (featured in numerous magazines including Martha Stewart Weddings), t-shirts, tin ware, tin cans, photo notecards, jewelry, letterpress printing, natural beeswax candles and more.