Hubbell Trading Post National Historic SiteCulture / Visitor Center
Thriving on the sale of Navajo traditional weaving.
Hubbell, a traditional trading post serving the Navajo community of Ganado, has been in continuous operation since 1878. The land surrounding the wash has been occupied and visited for centuries by many cultures, including the Ancestral Puebloans, modern Pueblo peoples, Spaniards, and Navajo.
Exhibits in the visitor center feature an orientation map, a re-created trading post play area for kids, touchable components, artistic weaving-loom panel structures, and a rich historical narrative of this retail environment and its ongoing relationship with the Navajo community.