Wyoming March 19, 2017
This Delightful General Store In Wyoming Will Have You Longing For The Past
General stores are a great reminder of Wyoming’s past. Just a few of these historic little gems are left in the state. Take a look at this charming little store in the tiny town of Aladdin.
The town of Aladdin is truly tiny.
The town never had more than 100 residents, but now just 15 or so call it home.
Aladdin General Store opened in 1896, and has been serving customers ever since.
The store was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.
Sit on the porch for a spell.
Aladdin General Store is surrounded by the natural beauty, and is just a few miles from the South Dakota border.
You can get just about anything you need here.
The store includes the town post office, freight station and gas station.
There's even a little bar.
If you want a drink in the town of Aladdin, this is where to get it.
Get an Aladdin t-shirt to commemorate your visit.
The store also sells long-sleeved shirts and hoodies. You definitely need one of these gems.
Upstairs, you'll find tons of antiques.
Spend some time searching through the offerings here - from the floorboards to the shelving to the counter.
The attic is just full of little treasures.
The wallpaper up here is original. It's peeled and fading, but that just adds to the charm of this historic place.
Check out the old stove - just another vintage piece that's been here since the beginning.
The fixtures in this store are all original.
Aladdin General Store is located at 4001 State Highway 24.
It's a popular place to stop during the Sturgis Motorcycle Ralley, and for travelers on their way to Devil's Tower. Put this on your bucket list and visit soon!
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Want to take a look at some more general stores in Wyoming?
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