Trading Post Gift Shop
Get curious and then get inspired!

From Pendleton blankets to authentic handmade birch baskets and locally harvested maple syrup, we promote and support a regional Native made/Native owned economy with a large selection of jewelry, art, books, CDs and videos, clothing, postcards, and greeting cards that inspires curiosity about the culture, history and community of indigenous peoples.

In the jewelry area we added work from artists like Allen hazard (Narragansett) using a variety of mediums from polished wampum and copper to twining and finger weaving. We just added a selection of pottery by Natasha Smoke Santiago (Mohawk) and Nancy Oakley (Mashpee Wampanoag). 

We are just beginning to develop the beading and craft area with a selection of basket kits, shawl kits and patterns and as well as offering a small sampling of beading supplies.

Lastly, we will be bringing in art work from several local Native artists, primarily prints from Deb Moorehead (Assonet Band of the Wampanoag Nation), Robert Peters (Mashpee Wampanoag) and other artists from across the country.

So if you are on the quest for a perfect baby gift, need beading/craft supplies, or want a one of a kind piece of pottery, stop by and browse. There is never a charge to access the museum's store or restaurant. Perk Alert! If you become a Museum Member you receive a 10% discount on all merchandise.

For additional gift shop information or inquiries, email tradingpost@pequotmuseum.org or call 860.396.6883.