American Indian Arts and Crafts Since 1938

The Indian Craft Shop is currently closed until further notice due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. Online orders are accepted and are shipped once a week. CURBSIDE PICKUP by appointment is also available.

Emails are monitored intermittently; please email if we can help! We appreciate your understanding, and we wish you well during this time.

We want you to know that at the forefront of our minds is that everyone stays healthy and safe. We are thinking of all of our employees, our artists, our customers, our friends, our communities, our country and our world and want to be as supportive and thoughtful as possible at this unprecedented and difficult time.

We encourage you to refer to your local news, along with the CDC site for the latest in closures and guidance in regard to Coronavirus. We also encourage you to stay in touch with family, friends and coworkers via the phone, via email and the so many, many ways we now have to communicate with each other other than “in person.”


While the Shop will be closed, the online store will be open for purchases and orders will be shipped out once a week. We will have intermittent email response days, so if there is any order pending, any questions or assistance you need please have patience and we will respond as soon as able.

The Where Guide says "The Department of the Interior may seem an unlikely destination for visitors, but those who venture inside are rewarded with a pleasant surprise. Tucked behind an unassuming doorway, The Indian Craft Shop has been connecting shoppers with handmade treasures by emerging and established Native American artists since 1938."  Read full article

E-News: What's New at the Shop and Online

The Indian Craft Shop was established in 1938 inside the U.S. Department of the Interior in Washington, DC and features American Indian arts and crafts from across the United States. Information about American Indian arts and crafts, Tips on Collecting, our Calendar of Events, and more can be found browsing our web site. A selection of the work available in the Shop can be found on our Online Store.

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