Yuma Souvenir Shop

Visit Yuma’s souvenir shop has local flavor to savor! Pick up something authentic to remember your visit, or treats for special people back home. The Visitor Information Center (VIC) Souvenir Shop is conveniently located on Main Street in downtown Yuma, 264 S. Main St., to be exact! It’s a lot to take in, when you step into the VIC…Ease into it and start with some souvenirs and postcards. Add in a few fun items for the kids, and Yuma specialties like dates and salsa. As you continue to browse, you might find a special keepsake in our selection of art created by talented Yuma artists or unique Yuma apparel like caps or shirts. Read all about it! Our zesty book collection offers humor and Southwest flavor for all ages. Learn about the gals who tamed the frontier, from schoolmarms to those in, um, the oldest profession. Get the inside story on area birding, hiking, and off-roading from local authors. If you didn’t have the chance to make a day-trip to Mexico, you can find great gifts here. We went shopping for you and brought back goodies from colorful pottery to real vanilla – no bartering skills needed to make ‘em yours. 

We invite you to come in and shop during the Visitor Information Center’s hours, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, from Oct. 1-May 31 except major holidays. It is closed Mondays from June 1-Sept. 30. There is plenty of free parking on Main Street or in the large lot behind the VIC. There’s easy access from I-8 at the Giss Parkway exit, then go south to Main Street. For more information, call 928.783.0071 or 800.293.0071, or reach us at info@VisitYuma.com.

While you’re with us shopping for a few unique Yuma souvenirs, talk to our friendly, knowledgeable Visitor Information Center (VIC) staff. Our specialists can supply you with maps, brochures and everything you need to make your time in Yuma special. Let our staff be your local experts to put you on your path to adventure. Use the Visit Yuma App’s large-screen kiosk to map your itineraries and save them to your mobile device or feel free to use the complimentary Wi-Fi. There are also plenty of clean restrooms.

Visit Yuma welcomes you to explore everything Yuma has to offer, and the best place to learn about all the fun you can have is at the Visitor Information Center (VIC), which is run by Visit Yuma. Visit Yuma is proud that the VIC has received the designation as the Arizona Office of Tourism’s Arizona Visitor Center location for Yuma.
 

About Yuma

Yuma, Arizona was first incorporated as Arizona City in 1871, and was then renamed in 1873. Nestled between Phoenix, Arizona, and San Diego, California, Yuma features extraordinary outdoor activities from tubing on the Colorado River to off-roading at the Buttercup Sand Dunes. 

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