100 SW 26th Dr.
Norman, OK 73069
Phone: (405) 364-5554
Fax: (405) 364-1671
If you are looking for an unusual toy that cannot be found at the national chains, you will probably find just what you need in this Norman shop, not too far south of Oklahoma City. With great toys from makers like Learning Curve and Lee Middleton Dolls, as well as many other out-of-the-ordinary brands, this store will likely have the perfect item for you. If you bring a child, from infant through about age 11, you can be sure he will find something he wants, and it will not be an electronic game, they do not carry them.
Mitchell's Jewelry offers an exquisite collection of timeless pieces and contemporary jewelry at great prices. Choose from a collection of brands like Parle, Kirk Kara, Dove's and Scott Kay.
Sooner Mall is well located on West Main Street in Norman. This regional mall is anchored by Sears, Old Navy, JC Penney and Dillard's.
Silhouette Bridal offers an elegant selection of bridal gowns and formal dresses for different occasions. The store also stocks some beautiful accessories, bridesmaid outfits and cute prom dresses.
Robinson Crossing Shopping Center is perfectly located on North Interstate Drive in Norman. A 6-screen cinema theater is a major attraction at the mall. The mall is home to several upscale outlets and restaurants like Pizza Hut.
Backwoods has been a popular camping equipment store since the year 1973. The store also stocks outdoor apparel and offers some handy camping tips and advice.
Shop to your heart's content or rejuvenate with a good spa therapy at Brookhaven Village. The shopping center also features an array of restaurants including Mazzios and Louie's Grill and Bar.
Nestled in a residential neighborhood with the feel of a cozy neighborhood market, the Earth Natural Foods is Norman's oldest health food and organic grocery store. Opened in 1969, the inside still exudes the ideals of peace and love. And you need not panic, for all of their fresh produce is organic. The Earth carries a wide selection of bulk herbs, teas, spices, nuts, grains and dried fruit. They also offer an assortment of natural foods grocery items, with many vitamins and vegetarian and vegan options as well as a health and body section. Often, you will find pre-packaged deli goods such as specialty hummus, tabouli and tuna salad brought over from the Earth Cafe & Deli, which used to be located in the grocery store, but is now in a separate location at Campus Corner, right next to the University of Oklahoma a short bicycle ride away. With regard to bicycles, the Earth offers a ten percent discount to customers who arrive by bike or by foot. Those who arrive in cars can park in the gravel lot behind the store, where you will also find a lovely community garden, maintained by volunteers, and picnic tables in the shade, at which you can relax while enjoying your kombucha, tamari almonds and dried mango. Norman is about a half-hour drive south of Oklahoma City along I-35.
If you are into bears, you have to check out this massive shop on the south side. It has just about every kind of bear you can imagine, including Boyd's Bears, a popular collectible. You will be overwhelmed by the large selection, but the friendly owners and staff will love to help you pick out the perfect gift for your kids. The owners close the store on Mondays during the summertime so they can enjoy long weekends.
A visit to this place is a real treat for the kid in all of us. More than 4,000 square feet, 1,500 of which is open space for gamers to use, are stocked with skill-sharpening, wit-challenging games. The staff is very friendly and helpful, as they are game fans themselves. The store also hosts weekly gaming competitions: from Pokemon, Magic: the Gathering and Dragonball Z card games to more traditional role-playing, board games and Mah Jongg. There is also has a second store in Edmond, located at Danforth & Kelly.
Established in 1963, Rawson Music is a dream for anyone who's ever enjoyed playing an instrument. Billed as the oldest guitar store in the OKC metro area, the shop mainly caters to the rhythm section, with a wide selection of acoustic/electric guitars and bass, keyboards and drum sets. There's also a bluegrass section with banjos and mandolins, along with amps and other sound tools. The shop also offers lessons for the guitar, keyboard and bass, as well recording services. Please note that they are closed on Sundays.
Located at the crossroads of I-240 and I-35 on the south side of Oklahoma City you will find the largest mall in the metro area. With 140 stores and four department stores (Dillard's, Foley's, Penney's and Ward's), you are sure to find exactly what you need. The mall was built in 1973, but it has undergone some renovations, including the addition of a brand new state-of-the-art 16-screen movie theater.