Stroll along historic main streets and stop at local mom-and-pop shops for the perfect Wyoming souvenir.

interior of a store selling rustic decor and kitchen supplies

Find one-of-a-kind gifts in Torrington, such as colorful supplies at Sew Addicting Quilt Shop, or find trendy women’s clothing at Bluebird Boutique, where they have a passion for all things beautiful. Vandel Drug offers a complete pharmacy with a wide variety of everyday items, and you can also still find Hallmark products. Don’t forget your Wyoming gear from Heartland Embroidery!

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a woman sewing on a sewing machine and smiling

Sew Addicting, Torrington, WY

In The Town Market you’ll find three unique businesses—Bear Mountain Beef, Wagner’s Floral, and Limited Edition—all coming together to provide consumers with a new and unique shopping experience.

At Bear Mountain Beef, they provide their customers with the best local beef available. Wagner’s Floral specializes in floral arrangements and offers plants, candy bouquets, & gifts. Limited Editions provides the highest-end Wyoming and specialty Liquor.

On your way to the Fort Laramie National Historic Site, stop by the Torrington Rock Shop, open for 57 years! The Rock Shop has a fantastic variety of rocks, minerals, crystals, fossils, jade, jewelry, and gifts for everyone. Or, in Lingle, grab your quick everyday items at Ty’s Pit Stop. They have everything that you might have forgotten!

a rustic antique store with a sign for Fort Laramie Bar and Grill behind it
exterior of Fort Laramie Frontier Trading Post
the remains of a historical stone building missing a wall and a roof

Fort Laramie Trading Post, Shops, and Historical Site, Fort Laramie, WY

In Fort Laramie, shop home décor at Haystack Hills Trading and stop by the Fort Laramie Frontier Trading Post for antiques and handcrafted regalia. You can also head out to the Fort Laramie National Historic Site’s Visitors Center… a history enthusiast’s dream! From books to sage, you’ll find something for everyone.

Suppose you’re heading to Wyoming’s Capital or just coming in from the south. Don’t forget about the hidden gems in LaGrange! As they say in their town poem, “we have a busy tree farm and two new gas pumps. We’re a great little town – and we’ve only two grumps! We’re on Road 151 out here on the range, so stop in to see us – we will show you LaGrange!” Did you forget to fill up on your way out? Well, LaGrange has you covered. There is always somewhere interesting to go in LaGrange; it is worth the stop!

Do you want a more authentic shopping experience? Visit the local farmers and artisans at Torrington’s weekly Farmers Market. Every Thursday from July to October, you can stock up on just-picked produce, handmade tortillas, small-batch buttermilk, and flavorful loaves of bread, as well as handcrafted artwork and jewelry from independent regional vendors. Stop by and try a little bit of Goshen County.