OKC Music and Sound is a great place to shop if you're in the market for a new guitar. Brands they feature include Collings, G&L and Ibanez, to name a few. In addition to guitars, the shop also sells vintage instruments, ukeleles, amps, microphones and other sound gear. For those who want hands-on instruction, OKC Music and Sound has a state of the art teaching facility with eight private studios. Half-hour lessons are offered on a weekly basis. Closed on Sundays.
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.
Looking for fine jewelry or gifts? This shop is the oldest jewelry store in Oklahoma, established in 1892. You will find a large selection of jewelry, watches, tabletop crystal and fine gifts. You will be able to choose from among the finest, priciest gifts imaginable, so if you are trying to impress somebody, this is a great place to start.
Open all year long, 'OSU-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.
Since being created in 1932, children around the world have grown up building and playing with LEGOs. The Oklahoma City store is filled with hundreds of different LEGOs sets, from models that kids can put together to buckets of the building blocks that they can use to build what they please. Collectors also may want to pick up some of the limited edition pieces that make their way into the shop.
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.
Located in Oklahoma City's Plaza District, Bad Granny's Bazaar is a unique store displaying curious collectibles and treasures. Here you will find kids’ handmade clothing, antique furniture, tons of records, amazing art, handcrafted jewelry, retro bags, vintage shoes and much more. They also host live bands and open mic nights in Bad Granny's Backroom.
Looking for bargains? With more than 300 dealers, this south side flea market is bound to have something you cannot live without, at a price you will not want to pass up. You will see both new and old items; gift items, apparel, antiques and a whole bunch more. The market has been around since the late 1970s, so the owners really know what they are doing in this business—they have almost made it an art form.