Faught's Blackfeet Trading Post - Browning

Faught's Blackfeet Trading Post is situated in the center of the Blackfeet Indian Nation. Because of this location, we cater not only our local customers but also to the summer tourist traffic that is going to Glacier National Park.

We carry a very extensive inventory in craft supplies for our local craftsman. These people work over the winter months making their crafts and then sell it to the Blackfeet Trading Post for resale to the summer tourist crowd. This helps generate cash for people who have little income during the winter months.

Our giftware business is limited to Native American items only. Books, cultural, dolls, blankets, robes, pictures (original and prints), T-shirts (local designs), and many other Montana made Indian items.

We also carry a large inventory of clothing and shoes, western wear, blankets, and work wear items. Brand available are Pendleton, Wrangler, Levi, Carhartt, Hanes, Nike, Adidas, Reebok, Justin and Double-H. We also heat press numbers, names and other transfers on sweatshirts and T-shirts.

Our building is located on Highway 2 and 89 in the very center of Browning. This business has been in operation for over 50 years and with the present owners for over 42 years. This is a dynamic and exciting store to shop and would ask all to come in and look around to really get a feel for our Native Americans.


Mailing Address
Not Available

Street Address
133 W Central Ave
Browning,  MT 59417

Phone: 406-338-2275
Fax: 406-338-7609

Faught's Blackfeet Trading Post is located at the junction of Highway 2 and 89 in the middle of town at the last stoplight heading west. Conveniently located close to Subway and Tepee Village Shopping Center.

All Year

Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am - 4:00pm

American Express, Canadian Currency, Cash, Discover, Master Card, Personal Check (In State), Travelers Checks, Visa

Not Available

Books, Handicapped Accessible, Made In Montana Products, Maps, Merchandise, Parking, Public Restroom

Arts And Crafts, Native Art, Shopping