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Located in historic downtown Ardmore, the Ardmore Emporium is a favorite local source for quality antiques, collectables, art, home furnishings and more. The space plays hosts to dozens of dealers with an ever-changing inventory of items, making sure there's always something interesting to be found at the Emporium.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Neighborhoods, Automobile Alley, once known for its abundance of car dealerships, is now an upscale, urban district featuring one-of-a-kind restaurants, unique shops and more.
As the only Native American tribe to create its own brand of fine chocolate, the Chickasaw Nation takes great pride in its Bedré products. Bring your sweet tooth, and get ready for melt-in-your-mouth perfection. Visitors receive a free sample just for stopping in.
The name says it all: there’s something special about The Black Scintilla, that little spark of excitement that happens upon seeing the colorful spread laid out before you. Here's where cheeky notebooks meet chic leather boots, where the apparel is arranged in a rainbow stream just waiting for you to make a splash. This Midtown hotspot is a must-stop on your next road trip.
If it's entertainment you're looking for, then there's no better place than Bricktown. This former warehouse district now features the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, a mile-long canal with water taxis and dozens of restaurants, clubs and venues.
Bromide Mountain Co. is a unique mountain shop located in the foothills of the Arbuckle Mountains on historic Muskogee Street in Sulphur, OK. Here, you can shop for name-brand products from Patagonia and Camelbak, show your Oklahoma pride with jewelry and handmade signs and revel in your adventurous spirit!
Chickasaw Country in south-central Oklahoma is filled with native culture, water and wide open spaces. Go fishing, boating, skiing or swimming. Try your hand at gaming at WinStar World Casino, the World’s largest casino. Go camping, zip lining, golfing or riding – on horseback or an ATV. Shop until you drop. Go to a spa or winery. Relax. Gaze at the stars. You’re in Chickasaw Country.
Classen Curve is a thriving, upscale shopping and dining district located just ten minutes north of downtown Oklahoma City. Whether you're craving a juicy hamburger, searching for that next designer dress or need a shave and a haircut, there's something for you at The Curve.
Downtown Oklahoma City continues to thrive and evolve. This walkable urban area includes everything from museums, parks, shops and restaurants to sports, festivals and water adventures. Explore the uniqueness of each of its seven districts.
Located in Oklahoma City's Bricktown entertainment district, Exhibit C is one of the latest additions to the downtown area's artistic and retail offerings, housing an art gallery with handcrafted work by Chickasaw artists, both on display and for sale.
OU Sooners fans know Historic Campus Corner in Norman is the place to be, whether it’s for game day or a night on the town. Kick back with a cold one at Blackbird Gastropub, Louie’s Grill & Bar or O’Connell’s Irish Pub & Grille; chow down at popular eateries like Fuzzy’s Taco Shop and Volare; or shop at local boutiques like Blush and Stella Rae’s.
Specializing in top brand apparel, accessories, jewelry and more, Luxe at The Artesian is one of the best places in the Sulphur area for high-end boutique shopping. Choose from designer labels like Vera Bradley, Ray Ban, Michael Kors, YETI, Brighton and many more.
Located just north of downtown Oklahoma City, Midtown is home to a diverse collection of restaurants, residences, businesses and more. It’s one of the coolest places in the city to live, work and play, with new offerings popping up often.
The Mix Mercantile brings together some of the best vendors in the Chickasaw Country area to offer unique gift items and the ultimate shopping experience. The Mix carries brands like American Paint Company, Faux Real Mineral Paints, General Finishes and Okie Dokie Tees.
USA Softball presents a meaningful opportunity to delve further into the history of the sport with the National Softball Hall of Fame and Museum. This memorial pays tribute to the great players and contributors of the past who have played a part in the success of the game of softball. Fewer than 400 members have been inducted since the Hall of Fame and Museum was established in 1957 – a testament to the level of prestige an accolade of this magnitude holds.
At Okie Twister Co. at The Artesian Hotel, you can find a variety of made-in-Oklahoma products, whether it’s clothing or home décor.
The Paseo area was developed in 1929 as the first shopping district in the state, and gradually became home to local artists and musicians. Today, the Paseo's Spanish revival buildings are home to 22 galleries, restaurants, boutiques and more. Be sure to visit for First Friday, the Paseo's monthly art walk, featuring dozens of artists and several opening receptions held in participating district galleries. The Paseo Arts Festival is also held annually on Memorial Day Weekend, combining art, food, music and family fun.
The Plaza District is a budding area in Oklahoma City that continues to evolve through revitalization efforts, with some of the most popular restaurants, bars and retail spaces calling it home. The area also hosts Live! on the Plaza on the 2nd Friday of each month, where live music and fresh food abounds, as well as the Plaza District Festival in the fall.
Hearth and home is front and center at Plenty Mercantile. Located in Oklahoma City’s historic Automobile Alley district, Plenty prides itself on providing life and style products that convey a strong sense of origin, process and authenticity. From a build-your-own succulent bar to upcycled home furnishings, a foray into Plenty will undoubtedly leave you inspired.
The Rusty Nail is a locally owned and operated winery, tasting room, gift shop and bistro in downtown Sulphur. The winery is located in a restored building, constructed in 1906, that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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