The Charming Wyoming General Store That’s Been Open Since Before The First World War

When you travel the country, oftentimes you realize just how vasty different each state uses the label “small towns”. In New Jersey, a town of 40,000 people can be a small town – while in Iowa, a tiny town has about 5,000 residents. In Wyoming, either of those towns would be a major city! After all, when we talk about small towns, we’re talking about places like Aladdin, which has a population around 15. Despite being ultra small, this historic little community is home to one of the oldest General Stores in the country – it’s been continually open since before the First World War.

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Address: 3983 WY-24, Aladdin, WY, 82710

Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday

Not every general store in Wyoming still acts as a grocery and marketplace – one famous mercantile has been turned into a fantastic steakhouse. Read about This Restaurant In Wyoming That Used To Be A General Store for a little more information on the Atlantic City Mercantile.