A: Check our contact page here on the website for a zoomable Google map. It’s easy to zoom in and out and then print a quick copy for your travels. Our address is 404 S Broad St. Globe, Arizona. We’re about 85 miles east of Phoenix.
A: Find Broad Street in Historic Downtown Globe. Go South on Broad St. to 404 S Broad St. Look for the huge, old warehouse next to the railroad.
A: Former owners opened ‘Pickle Barrel Art & Antiques’ in 1994. In 2003, we (Jim and Kelly Moss) purchased the building. We changed the name to emphasize the considerable Trading Post/Native American business that we engaged in. Our grand opening took place in September 2003.
A: The Pickle Barrel Trading Post is open 4 days a week. Thursday through Saturday, our hours are 10:00 am to 5:45 pm. On Sunday, we’re open from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm. Our store is closed on Christmas, Easter, and Thanksgiving Day. Otherwise, come visit us—we’ll be here!
A: We have our own parking that accommodates 15 to 17 vehicles. If you’re towing, there is a vacant lot next door. Our traffic flow is one-way, so make sure you enter at the south end of our building and exit to the north.
A: We accept Visa, MasterCard, and American Express along with debit cards.
A: We operate a “dog-friendly” shop. Our building is so big and spacious inside; friendly dogs are welcome while on a leash. Also, there is an area adjacent to the shop, along the railroad tracks, and a fenced dog park about a mile away. Bring Fido and hit the road.
A: Yes! In fact, our restroom oddly enough receives rave reviews from customers commenting on its cleanliness. Not a traditional claim to fame, but one we’ll happily take ownership of. We can’t stand an offensive loo!
A: Yes, we do. Just inquire at the sales counter, and we’ll be happy to discuss a payment plan that works for you. Typically, we require a minimum down, then a payment calendar is set allowing the customer a reasonable amount of time to complete the transaction. Plans are not available on sale items.
A: A good portion. We try very hard to support local artisans and American manufacturers.
A: No. However, approximately 25% of our merchandise could be classified as antique, collectible, or vintage. The remaining 75% of our merchandise is Native American Jewelry, Arts and Craft, Southwest gifts, Western gifts, and home furnishing.
A: Yes indeed! If you have interesting items for sale, please give us a call. We can arrange a time to view what you have and discuss a fair price for items that fit our shop.
A: Due to high minimum requirements, we are unable to special order many name-brand items at this time.
A: Approximately 25% of our Native American Jewelry comes directly from the artisan/silversmith to us. We purchase the rest from very reputable dealers/traders that have been in this business for a long, long time. Authenticity is guaranteed! We, like our dealers, stake our reputation on it.
We are extremely careful about truth in labeling. Sterling Silver and authentic stones only! Most of our Native American Jewelry is Navajo, however, we also have a good selection of Zuni, Hopi, Apache, and Santo Domingo jewelry.
A: Southwest Native American Tribes are well represented in our gallery section. The Pickle Barrel is located in Apache country, so we display a lot of Apache art. We have the best selection of Apache burden baskets in Arizona. We also sell a great variety of Apache beadwork, framed original paintings, and Apache wood carvings.
We display the finest carvings of Apache Crown Dancers that can be found. Apache-made bow and arrows, leather medicine pouches, and stone sculptures are all part of our extensive selection.
We have several Navajo rugs and a huge selection of Navajo Pottery and kachinas. Our shop is well stocked with Hopi Kachina dolls and Zuni fetishes. We carry numerous types of Native American-made gifts such as dream catchers, medicine wheels, drums, tomahawks, bow and arrows, and sand paintings.
We frequently hear from travelers that have been on the road from Montana to Mexico that we carry the most interesting and best selection of Native American art and crafts of ANY shop they visited throughout their entire Rocky Mountain journey!
A: Check out some of our photo sections on the website. Outside along the entire 8,000 sq. ft. warehouse, you will find metal sculptures of all sizes and types. Metal baskets, animals, flowers, trellis, arbors, stars, benches, signage, mining memorabilia, and lots and lots of other cool stuff.
A: Globe–Miami is known for its superb Mexican food. There are at least 10 great Mexican cafes to choose from. The locals have their favorites, including El Ranchito, La Casita, and The Burger House, to name a few.
Also, there are fine hometown cafes and outdoor venues serving salads, homemade cobbler, wood-fired pizza, Asian cuisine, and old-fashioned ice cream. Nerd Burger offers malts and shakes along with its juicy burgers, and De Marcos serves Italian dishes. Come visit with an appetite, and you won’t leave hungry…
A: You can easily spend a couple of days exploring the shops and other attractions around town. If you like antique shops, there are several we can recommend. Plus, you can visit the Historic Center for the Arts building.
A: You might consider a visit to Besh-Ba-Gowah Salado Indian ruins, Roosevelt Lake, Tonto Cliff Dwellings, and Pinal Mountain Recreation area just to name a few. This is a great mountain-biking country and the hiking and camping opportunities can’t be beaten.
We boast one of the best year-round climates you can find, although there are several weeks in the summer that can be fairly hot. If you enjoy anything outdoors, this a great place for it. Historic Downtown offers shops and even a few places to wet your whistle.
Don’t forget about the Apache Gold Casino and 18-hole golf course just a short 10-minute drive to the east.
A: Yes, there are several B&Bs in the area. Chrysocolla Inn is one that’s highly reviewed and unique in its setting. There are some other fine places as well. Give us a call and we can recommend some accommodations.