Yuma Souvenir Shop
The Visitor Information Center (VIC) Souvenir Shop is conveniently located on Main Street in downtown Yuma, 264 S. Main St., to be exact! Visit Yuma’s souvenir shop offers local items available to purchase to give as gifts or to help you remember your visit. When you step inside our new VIC you will notice we are your one-stop shop for all things Yuma. Whether you are looking for fun items for the kids, special keepsakes, unique Yuma apparel like caps or shirts; we have you covered. Additionally, we have a large book collection that has something for every reader from humor and history to recipes and hikes. Get the inside story on area birding, hiking, and off-roading from local authors. If you did not have the chance to make a day trip to Mexico, don’t worry because we went shopping for you and brought back authentic items from colorful pottery to real vanilla – we did the hard work, so you don’t have to.
We invite you to come in and shop during the Visitor Information Center (VIC) is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, October 1 - April 30, except for major holidays. It is closed Sundays and Mondays May 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.
As you shop for uniquely Yuman items, chat with our VIC staff [your local experts on adventuring in Yuma] to help you plan your trip. Our staff can supply you with maps, brochures, and everything you need to make your time in Yuma special. Utilize 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.
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). Visit Yuma is proud that the VIC has received the designation as the Arizona Office of Tourism’s Arizona Visitor Center location for Yuma.