2600 North Aspen Avenue
Broken Arrow, OK 74012
Phone: (918) 258-7085
Fax: (918) 251-6768
Persimmon Hollow Village offers visitors more than just a shopping experience. Enjoy the unique experience of wandering through the streets of yesteryear in this recreated 19th century village. With antique stores, flea market, main street shopping and several unique boutiques and craft stores, it's the perfect place to spend an enjoyable afternoon.
If you're looking for antiques or collectibles, the Yesterday & Today's mall is the perfect place to start. Spread out over 15,000 square feet, the mall features over 115 vendors and several booths, each full of everything from the quirky, odd, nostalgic or truly special treasure.
Award-winning boutique, On the Corner features a lovely collection of clothing, gifts and accessories to please the most discerning shopper. Keeping up with the latest trends, the collection changes constantly and features everything from pretty jewelry to scented candles and chic clothing.
Southern Magnolia features a well curated collection of home decor, furniture, glassware, beautifully handcrafted goods, accessories, jewelry and more. A must visit if you're hunting for something unique for yourself or as a gift.
A chic local boutique, stop by 1907 to pick up everything from casual apparel, hand-crafted jewelry, home decor items and more. The boutique, located in the Rose District, is especially great to support local products and brands, sourcing the collection from within Oklahoma.
McHuston Booksellers and Irish Bistro offers a combined experience, some retail therapy and gastronomic delights to please your taste buds. The book collection features an eclectic collection from antiquarian collections for the serious collector as well as lighter fare, literature and non-fiction. the bistro serves classic Irish fare and beers on tap.
Visit Nouveau Atelier De Chocolat to treat yourself to a sweet treat or pick up an assorted box of their finest chocolates for someone special. Chocolate dipped apricots, chocolate dipped lemon peel, assorted truffles with decadent fillings and caramel pecans are some of their specialties.
With over 18,000 square feet of space, this store in East Tulsa is one of the largest of its kind in the state. Not just a used bookstore, it also carries used CDs, cassettes, magazines, comics, videos and even vinyl records in near-mint condition. There are videos for rent as well as for sale, with a special classic movie section. As for the books, there are over 700,000 items available for your perusal. Gardner's will also buy, sell and trade for items they carry. Browse these aisles, and you are almost certain to find something to interest you.
Located at the busy intersection of 71st Street and Memorial Drive, Woodland Hills Mall is one of the most popular shopping spots in the region. Its 164 stores on two levels include more than 80 stores not found anywhere else in Tulsa. Besides the anchor stores like Sears and Foley's, shoppers can find specialty stores offering clothing (Abercrombie & Fitch), home furnishings (The Bombay Company), business needs (Franklin Covey) and much more.
This store contains one of Tulsa's largest and most elegant collections of antiques, art and decorative items for the interior of your home. Presented market-style, the entire 25,000 square-foot store is made up of “vignettes” resembling interior rooms, where dealers, interior designers and artisans can display their work in aisle after aisle of quiet sophistication. This is not a typical antique or crafters mall. Windsor Market displays the work of Tulsa's finest, and the displays, merchandise and atmosphere are definitely a cut above. Whether you have been searching for that unique item to add to your home, or whether you just love to browse, you're sure to find something here to please you.
Drysdale's offers its customers an extensive collection of contemporary apparel and accessories with a touch of old-school Western style. Apart from a staggering variety of denims, the store also stocks riding apparel, casuals, boots, hats, bags, accessories and work apparel that is perfectly suited for rugged work environments. Staffed by a group of friendly and helpful individuals, Drysdale's is a great place to stock up on Western wear for the entire family, and add a touch of that classic old-Western style to your wardrobe.
The Farm is one of Tulsa's more popular shopping spots. Built around a restored barn in 1971, this outdoor center has a quaint country village flavor. But do not be fooled; the shopping here is anything but flea market. More than 40 quality stores grace these premises, ranging from apparel to gifts to specialty shops, Pier One, Harold's and Read's being among the larger ones. If you get hungry, restaurants are scattered throughout, ranging from fast food to upscale and Mexican to German.