No trip is complete without a few awesome souvenirs to take home with you! Here are some suggestions on a few of the best places to go for local souvenirs from only-in-OKC shops.
Tucked into OKC’s historic Bricktown, The Painted Door is a treasure trove of hand selected boutique clothing, kitchen wares and gift items that you won’t find anywhere else. They are known for their impeccable service and stylish gift wrap, ensuring your shopping experience will have you coming back again soon.
Jumping Jackalope Mercantile
Located in the heart of Bricktown, Jumpin Jackalope is a modern day general store decorated in rustic, yet posh southwestern flair. Whether you’re looking for Oklahoma inspired goods or wanting to sample the handmade fudge and jerky, there’s always something new to take home.
On A Whim
The only place in Oklahoma you can find the beautifully hand-painted Mackenzie-Childs ceramics, On A Whim is your one-stop-shop for gifts for any occasion. Found in luxurious Classen Curve, you’re guaranteed to find that perfect present and something for yourself, too.
Prairie Dust Soaps & Stuff
Nestled next to Cattlemen’s Steakhouse on historic Stockyards City Main Street is the hidden gem Prairie Dust Soaps & Stuff. You'll walk away from this charming mercantile with arms full of “Made in Oklahoma” soaps, bath bombs, candles and more.
Located on the north side of OKC, you'll find the local favorite, Blue Seven. Known for its eclectic urban style, you can find stylish leather accessories, uniquely illustrated paper goods, locally printed t-shirts for the whole family and everything in-between.
The Plaza District is home to many hip, quirky shops and restaurants where you can find local beers, locally sourced food and local shopping that’s second to none. Collected Thread is the perfect place to find a unique piece from a local maker that you can’t find anywhere else.
Oklahoma City Museum of Art
From the one-of-a-kind Chihuly glass sculptures to the ever-impressive rotating exhibitions, you could spend all day meandering OKC's Museum of Art. You could spend just as long perusing their beautiful gift shop for take-home treasures like you're own Chihuly sculpture, coffee table books and more.
No matter what you're training for, Red Coyote is your one-stop-running-shop. Try the video recorded treadmill to determine your instep and let trained staff find the perfect shoe for you. They carry just about every athletic brand you can imagine, so stock up there and conquer your run.
National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum
After you've spent the day learning about Oklahoma's cowboy culture and rich Western heritage, mosey on over to their wonderful gift shop. The 50th anniversary Pendleton blanket and American Indian jewelry are a few favorite pieces to add.