4620 Enterprise Way
Oklahoma City, OK 73128
Phone: (405) 946-1600
Fax: (405) 943-3022
4620 Enterprise Way, Oklahoma City, OK, US, 73128
- Phone: (405) 946-1600
- Fax: (405) 943-3022
Looking for cowboy boots? You cannot go wrong at this giant western wear shop, which has every kind of cowboy boot you can imagine. There is also a huge selection of western clothing for the whole family. You will find belts, purses, jewelry and more at this store, located near the airport. There is a large gift department with everything from frames to dish towels, there are even some food items (hot sauce and salsa, of course). Even if you do not need western wear this is a great place to browse.
Oklahoma is frontier country. Shop at Tener's, and you can look like you just rode in from the prairie. For 70 years, the store has dressed the southwest in quality, rugged gear. From rustic and traditional to slick and contemporary, this city landmark has a wide selection of name-brand clothing, hats and accessories. It is okay if Wranglers are not your style; everyone can appreciate the style a fine pair of cowboy boots gives. Stop by and pick up some country duds that suit your fancy.
Galaxy touts itself as an upscale toy store for big kids, and boy, do they have a variety of toys to tempt you. Pool tables are the most popular item sold here, with more than 30 styles of tables from which to choose, including Hanover, Palladian, Bentley and Chippendale. Lots of accessories are also on hand, like pool ball sets done in fun novelty designs and specialty cues. There are foosball and air hockey tables for the sports fan, pinball and dartboards for the traditionalist, and even retro pieces like old-fashioned jukeboxes and a vintage Coca-Cola dispenser.
Open all year long, 'OKC Farmers Market', has some of the freshest produce, dairy, eggs, meats, nuts, baked items and processed foods. The place also has some Oklahoma-grown plant materials, orchids, fresh cut flowers and a variety of handmade skin care and craft items. Besides these, for all organic food lovers, do come here and buy your stuff.
Looking for a special gift for a child or a “young-at-heart” adult? This little gift shop has Steiff toys and other antique and collectible toys, as well as teddy bears and a great number of other treasures for children and adults alike. You may walk in just to browse, but the fun, old-fashioned toys will bring out the kid in you. It's most likely you'll find something you just have to have.
One of the richest aspects of Oklahoma history is that of the Native American people who have called this land home for centuries. At this shop, you will see Native American artifacts, jewelry, pottery, kachinas and beadwork, all made in Oklahoma, New Mexico and Arizona. This is not the factory-made stuff you will find at the mall, this is the real thing. Do you enjoy the "southwest" look that is so popular these days? Then come and see what inspired that very popular look.
If you are looking for great shopping deals in the Oklahoma City area then look no further than The Outlet Shoppes at Oklahoma City. Dozens of famous fashion brands have outlets here, including Coach, Saks Fifth Avenue, Nike and the Gap. Jewelry and other fashion accessories are sold for bargain prices at shops like Kay Jewelers and the Oakley Vault. Additionally, there are also several stores here to purchase food at, including Smashburger and Bella Pizza.
This antique mall offers every kind of treasure you can imagine. Different vendors are selling their wares, including everything from glassware to antique Victorian furniture. The store is very large and the selection changes all the time, so even if you have visited before, it is worth multiple visits. There is also a second location on Western which is worth a look.
Located in Stockyard City, this western wear store has been in business since 1913, making it the oldest in Oklahoma City. If you are in the market for boots, the friendly staff will help you choose from 15,000 pairs. Nobody sells more Levi's or Wrangler's in the Southwest. Whether you are looking for a belt for your two-year-old or a hat for your dad, this shop carries it all, with western clothing for men, women and children. You will also find a small selection of Stockyard City souvenirs.
For all the baseball card traders out there, and for those of you who want to be, check out this 2,000 square foot, almost 20-year-old sports memorabilia shop in the northwest part of town. You will find autographed balls and trading cards, photos and more honoring your favorite sports heroes. If you love sports, but your kid is into Pokemon, you can satisfy both of your passions at this shop, which also carries Beanies for the babies.
This 11,000 square foot showroom features antiques of every style you can imagine. It has oak primitive furniture and Victorian mahogany and walnut furniture. Victorian music boxes, stained glass windows and early country store/early advertising items are also available. There is so much to see at this shop, with more than 60 showcases of fine porcelain, pottery and art glass.
Located in nearby Warr Acres, this massive used bookstore is one of the largest in the area. The shelves are made out of stacked cinder blocks and wooden planks. You can find most any literary genre at Second Chance Books, as well as a large collection of comic books, movies, t-shirts and toys. It's easy to spend hours browsing the aisles!