Walk About

“Walk- About Durango” Locations Participating in 2011

Artesanos
700 East Second Ave – 970.259.5755
Welcome to Artesanos Imports, offering Mexican tiles, Mexican Imports, and the most expansive selection of quality Mexican specialty imports such as: Talavera tile, tin mirrors, lighting, marble sinks and more!

Azul Gallery
781 Main Ave – 970.375.7742
Multimedia art gallery featuring fine jewelry, art glass, and unique artwork…

Coldwell Banker
785 Main Ave – 970.259.3333
Looking for real estate in Durango, Colorado? We have all the real estate MLS listings for the greater Durango, Colorado area available on our web site, realestatedurango.com. Our professional real estate agents are happy to help you find your ideal home, ranch, condo, land, or commercial property. If you’re buying or selling, let Durango’s #1 real estate company help you first!

Durango Arts Center
802 E. 2nd Ave – 970.259.2606
Created and sustained by the people of the Four Corners region, the Durango Arts Center promotes the exploration, education, enrichment and enjoyment of the arts. At the Durango Arts Center you can enjoy the visual arts, theater, dance, live music, education programs for children and adults, and many other activities for all ages.

Rain Dance Gallery
945 Main Ave – 970.375.2708
Established in 1992, by Bob and Lori Curtis, Rain Dance Gallery specializes in contemporary representational paintings, sculpture, glass and furniture art by a variety of talented Western and American Indian artists who depict life in the West from a diverse and unique perspective.

Rochester Hotel
721 E. 2nd Ave – 970.385.1920
The Rochester Hotel is situated on a beautifully landscaped site, featuring a flower-filled courtyard. Rooms are decorated in Old West motif inspired by Western movies filmed in the Durango area. Movie posters framed in marquee lights line the hallways: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Around the World in Eighty Days, and City Slickers among them. The Rochester Hotel was designated as “The Flagship Hotel of Colorado” by Condé Nast Traveler in 1996.

Sorrel Sky Gallery
870 Main Ave – 970.247.3555
Representing contemporary Western fine art and jewelry, we are Southwest Colorado’s premier art gallery, serving regional and national clientele by providing a venue for the most creative and skilled artisans in fine art today

Steamworks Brewing Co
801 E. 2nd Ave – 970.259.9200
We’re happy that our beers and ales win medals at big events in the world of micro brew – like the World Beer Cup and the Great American Beer Festival. But we always try ‘em out first on our toughest critics – our neighbors and loyal brew pub patrons. Steamworks Brewing Company makes our lagers, ales in our own little Napa Valley of beer in southwestern Colorado using only the finest ingredients and lots of love. Patrons of our brew pub can even watch Steamworks brew masters at work turning out some of the best beer in the world.

Toh-Atin Gallery
145 W 9th Street – 970.247.8277
Since 1957, Toh-Atin Gallery of Durango, Colorado, has been recognized as a quality dealer in Native American and Southwest art. Having begun as traders in Navajo rugs, the family business, owned and operated by Jackson Clark, has a nationwide reputation as one of the finest gallery operations in the country. Featuring an outstanding collection of authentic Navajo Weavings, Hand crafted Native Jewelry, Pottery, Baskets and Katsinas, along with original paintings, sculptures and bronze.

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