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    Gift Shop Nearby in Yosemite
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    Ansel Adams Gallery: Great Collection of Photographic Prints

    by atufft Written Apr 7, 2013

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    Ansel Adams (rip) and other famous photographers have thousands of photographic prints featuring Yosemite for sale at the Ansel Adams Gallery in Yosemite Village. There are other handicrafts sold here as well.

    What to pay: Don't expect any bargains, but these are collectible prints, not just posters.

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    • Arts and Culture

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    Museum Gift Shop: California Indian Baskets and Books

    by atufft Written Apr 6, 2013

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    California Native American's produced the finest basketry in the world--there is no dispute about this among basket lovers. At the museum gift shop, there are numerous baskets on an upper shelf that range in price from about $500-$5,000-. Some of these are recently made by the growing number of California Indians who have relearned the complex skill of basket weaving. A few appear to be early twentieth century antique baskets. Most such antiques are in museums around California, with an excellent collections being at this museum and at the Ahwahnee Hotel. There are also several great textbooks in the store that explain all about California Indian basketry, and exactly why these native American's focused on such elaborate work.

    The photos here are from the nearby museum...

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    Yosemite Souvenir Store

    by Sienlu Written Aug 1, 2011

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    In Yosemite Valley/Center by the big parking lot is a souvenir store where you can buy any kind of Yosemite National Park gifts, clothes, coffee cups, hats, key chains and lots more, Nice store, worth checking it out! they also sell food!

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    VILLAGE STORE: TOURIST HOT SPOT

    by travelgourmet Updated Mar 23, 2011

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    Tourist Trap or Help?

    Located in the middle of Yosemite Village, the Village Store has plenty of drinks and groceries to satisfy not only the campers but the day tourists as well. It is more of a general store than a food store. Every kind of tourist related gift item from the rediculous to the sublime is available for purchase. Tour guide magazines, souvenirs, and film are included. If you are short on cash there is an ATM on site. Open all year round.

    What to buy: I am a sucker for shot glasses. So, when browsing around the store, I found all kinds of shot glasses, you know the kind to put alcohol in, not a tired, outdated drinking glass. No, this was the gen-u-wine 1 1/2 oz. , put your favorite booze in, shot glass. Found a set of four, I don't like to down shots alone, that met my criteria for a Yosemite shot glass. Now to find the bottle of tequila.

    What to pay: Most items are a little pricier that outside of Yosemite National Park, but hey, it's a long drive to the closest town.

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    The Village Shops: in Yosemite you can buy it all

    by richiecdisc Updated Sep 25, 2009

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    Both Yosemite and Curry Village have grocery stores that sell a wide variety of goodies. They are very popular as you can imagine and while it is best to bring as much of your supplies with you as you can, they are not price gorging as much as they could considering their remote location.

    What to buy: We had brought our main food stuffs with us but this was a place to buy treats like ice cream which is obviously too perishable to cart around in your cooler from San Francisco! They also have a good selection of beer. This is California, after all, one of the earliest proponents of the craft beer revolution so you don't have to drink Bud. We would buy a six and sit out on the patio outside.

    What to pay: Beer was not marked up as much as it could have been and it was still a lot cheaper than buying beer at a restaurant, even the pizza place was about double what you would pay in the store. Grab a pie, a six and enjoy.

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    souvenir shop: Glacier Point

    by DPando Updated Apr 21, 2008

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    Typical souvenir shop with handicrafts, and typical gifts. there's also ice-creams and sandwiches and other sort of food.. so there's no other shop that a souvenir office for tourist!!
    there's a useful restrooms almost side by side

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    All sort of stuff: visitor's center

    by DPando Updated Apr 19, 2008

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    Located in visitor's center area there is a huge supermarket where you find all sort of hings...from souvenirs like t-shirts, pullovers, sweater, jackets to food and drink or umbrellas, hats and so on !! its a good stop and not expensive at all by European standards

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    Ansel Adams Gallery: Ansel Adams Gallery

    by Martin_S. Updated Dec 14, 2006

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    Ansel Adams Gallery, Yosemite, USA

    Anybody who knows of Ansel Adams work will want to visit this shop, they have a good selection of his works you can purchase to "remind" yourself of what you have just seen here at Yosemite. They have some of his original works for sale, and there are many copies of course, but still, along with other things they have to offer here you will find something to your taste for sure.

    What to buy: We took a series of small reproductions of Ansel Adams work that we plan on mounting in a single frame.

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    • Museum Visits
    • Arts and Culture

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    Ansel Adams Gallery: Ansel Adams Gallery

    by Martin_S. Written Dec 14, 2006
    Ansel Adams Gallery, Yosemite, USA

    Anybody who knows of Ansel Adams work will want to visit this shop, they have a good selection of his works you can purchase to "remind" yourself of what you have just seen here at Yosemite. They are all copies of course, but still, along with other things they have to offer here you will find something to your taste for sure.

    What to buy: We took a series of small reproductions of Ansel Adams work that we plan on mounting in a single frame.

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    Yosemite Village Store: Hot Bargains!

    by Gillybob Written Oct 17, 2006

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    Be sure to check out the clearance corner at the main Yosemite shop at Yosemite Village - some very real bargains can be found on souvenirs including sweatshirts, T-shirts, pyjamas, watches, bags and other bri-a-brac items for taking home to friends and loved ones. Discounts can be up to 75% - well worth a browse!

    What to buy: Yosemite National Park branded souvenirs.

    What to pay: Anything from US$2.71 and up.

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    Village Sport Shop

    by Shihar Written Aug 10, 2006

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    I got a pair of hiking pants at this store. Of course they mark the price up like crazy but I didn't really care at the moment.

    Trail guides, gifts post cards are also available.

    What to pay: More than out side the park

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    All food stores in Yosemite: Get your supplies out of Park boundaries

    by PA2AKgirl Written Mar 7, 2004

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    I definitely recommend buying food, drink, utensils, etc..before you come into the park. It's incredibly overpriced to buy anything at the markets in the Park. If you're entering the park from the south, you'll pass the town of Oakhurst which has 2 major grocery stores and lots of other little shops. I also recommend getting your alcohol here--even at the pharmacy it's much cheaper than buying it in the Valley, El Portal (though that's technically out of the Park), Wawona, etc. Of course, there are other towns you'll pass through if you're not entering from this area...Mammoth, Mariposa, Lee Vining...

    EVERYTHING is expensive here--including the few gas stations. Fill up before you come into the park as gas tends to be about 20+ cents more per gallon than anywhere else in the state.

    What to buy: If you find yourself low on items and don't plan to leave the park, just buy what you absolutely need here. OH! And get your bear canister as well if you're camping, but I'm sure you already know that.

    What to pay: In the park, MUCH more than outside of it. I'd say like 15% more, at least.

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