Shopping

Great shopping abounds in the Tulsa area!


Cherry Street

15th between Utica and Peoria

Whether it’s sampling one of 21 restaurants in the area or viewing Tulsa’s finest local and regional art galleries, Historic Cherry Street offers down home comfort and entertainment for everyone.With the most locally owned businesses in town, there are a variety of retail items and home décor shops, salons, and more.


Promenade

4107 S. Yale, Tulsa, 918.627.9282

Over 80 stores and restaurants. Anchor stores are JC Penneys, Macy's, and Dillards.


Riverwalk Crossing

300 Riverwalk Terrace, Jenks, OK  74037. 918.296.7921

Enjoy shopping, dining, and fun. You'll be delighted by their wildlife sculptures, outdoor fireplaces, riverside outlook areas and outdoor amphitheatre where events are regularly held.


Tulsa Hills

SE Corner of US 75 and 71st Street South, Tulsa

Tulsa newest shopping area, a146-acre big-box shopping center anchored byTarget, Lowes, Belk and more.


Utica Square

21st and Utica, Tulsa

The village-like design of Utica Square was developed to be inviting to the customer without alienating neighboring residents. Utica Square attracted a dynamic mix of the best local merchants as well as many popular national stores. Over the years, Utica Square has established many free events to give back to their customers and the community. These events include Lights On!, Summer's 5th Night, and Art in the Square.


Woodland Hills Mall

71st and Memorial, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 918.250.1449

Woodland Hills Mall is a 2-level, 1.2 million square-foot, super regional shopping center anchored by Dillard's, JCPenney, Macy's and Sears.  The center features more than 165 fine stores, including over 80 stores you won't find anywhere else in Tulsa.