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Ferg42995 wrote a review Jun 2020
Texas403 contributions38 helpful votes
What a fun place! Of course, you can shop for a HUGE variety of ulu knives including many which are true works of art. But you can also watch on both "ends" of the store the factory where they are making them. There are windows into the factory from inside the store and different parts of the manufacturing process happen at each window so be sure and check them both out. And be sure when you are shopping (even if not here), that you shop for one of the originals that are made here. Some in other shops are imported fakes from China.…
Date of experience: June 2020
BigTool wrote a review May 2020
Chicago vicinity437 contributions169 helpful votes
I sure hope that I used the proper plural form for "ulu." We arrived late in the day, but one worker hung around to finish an ulu. They aren't making ulus, the sales staff will demonstrate their product, so it helps to bring an appetite. Prices here seemed a bit lower than in the gift shops elsewhere, and they shipped to the lower 48 at a competitive rate. …
Date of experience: June 2019
664robinf wrote a review May 2020
Good selection of Alaskan-made products beyond the iconic knives. Very welcoming and excellent customer service.
Date of experience: March 2020
Michael G wrote a review Mar 2020
Crawfordsville, Indiana8 contributions
AT first glance you enter what seems to be tourist trap selling souvenirs. But someone greets you as you enter and directs you to watch the making of certain Ulu objects of interest. You can hear and or watch on video, the Ulu history. Very informative.
Date of experience: July 2019
Sharon wrote a review Jan 2020
Great place to by gifts for friends and family. I was not able to see the production of the ulu's but I hope to return when they are in progress.
Date of experience: August 2019