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Bedré Chocolate
37 N Colbert Rd
Davis, OK 73030
Toll Free: 800-367-5390
Bedre is an American Indian company that produces fine chocolate in the heart of Oklahoma. This manufacturing facility is owned and operated by the Chickasaw Nation. Bedre offers temptations to satisfy any sweet tooth, including gourmet chocolates, gift baskets and other traditional candies. While on site, guests may step into the viewing gallery and see chocolate being made before their eyes. Chocolate is produced and packaged Monday through Friday, 9am-3pm. If your group consist of more than eight guests, an appointment is required.


The Branded Bear
148 E Lake Dr
Medicine Park, OK 73557
Phone: 580-529-3656
The Branded Bear in Medicine Park specializes in authentic, handmade Native American jewelry, pottery and artifacts. This one-of-a-kind shop has something for everyone. Located along a charming sidewalk in scenic downtown Medicine Park, this store features Native American art and jewelry representing about 20 different tribes, including some from Oklahoma.

Buffalo Sun
122 N Main
Miami, OK 74354
Phone: 918-542-8870
The only Indian design clothing store and gift shop in the Tri State area. Traditional and contemporary Indian fashions such as blouses, skirts, ribbon shirts, dresses, jackets, vests, coats, buckskin dresses, moccasins and leggings, Cherokee dresses. Many items decorated with Seminole patchwork and Osage ribbon work. Brochure available with stamped self-addressed business-size envelope.

The Cedar Chest
521 Kihekah St
Pawhuska, OK 74056
Phone: 918-287-9129
The Cedar Chest in Pawhuska carries beautiful handmade Native American jewelry and traditional regalia pieces. Browse through turquoise bracelets and earrings as well as hand beaded barrettes and moccasins. The Cedar Chest also offers candles, silver jewelry, Pendleton items, shawls, canes, head dresses and much more. Native American artists also display their work for sale.

Cha Tullis Gallery
108 W Main
Hominy, OK 74035
Phone: 918-885-4717
Stop by and browse our collection of artwork, crafts, jewelry, literature and music, located in the heart of the Osage Indian Nation Reservation. Items feature Native American, cowboy and nature-themed artwork and gifts. From Indian fry bread to incense, talking sticks to pottery, Kokopelli to wolves, Native American flute music to silver and turquoise jewelry, the selection is extensive. As our journey continues we will add new creations to our collection.

Cherokee Gallery & Gift Shop
777 W Cherokee St
Catoosa, OK 74015
Phone: 918-384-6723
Located inside the Hard Rock Casino, the Cherokee Gallery & Gift Shop offers a variety of items make by Cherokee Tribal members. Browse traditional Cherokee items like baskets, pottery, beaded items, knives and pipes. Other items include Pendleton products, jewelry, art, books and apparel.

Cherokee Nation Gift Shop
17725 S Muskogee Ave
Tahlequah, OK 74464
Phone: 918-456-2793
Toll Free: 800-256-2123
Located next to the Cherokee Nation Headquarters in Tahlequah, the Cherokee Nation Gift Shop offers a variety of items made by Cherokee Tribal members. Browse rows of traditional Cherokee baskets, pottery, beaded items, knives and pipes. Other items include Pendleton products, jewelry, art, books and apparel.

Cherokee Trading Post & Boot Outlet
23107 N Frontage Rd
Clinton, OK 73601
Phone: 580-323-0001
Toll Free: 888-572-0001
This family-owned gift shop was established in 1967 on historic Route 66. The Cherokee Trading Post & Boot Outlet in Clinton offers Indian jewelry, hand beaded jewelry, moccasins, artifacts, pottery, art, rattlesnake products, leather jackets and Western items, as well as Oklahoma and Route 66 souvenirs. Find a wide variety of cowboy boots for every occasion including a number of different brands at their boot outlet.

Cherokee Trading Post & Travel Mart
301 S Walbaum Rd
Calumet, OK 73014
Phone: 405-884-2502
The Cherokee Trading Post & Travel Mart in Calumet is conveniently located right off the highway and stocked full of unique American Indian clothing, decor, accessories and more. Stop in to look through their extensive selection of moccasins, Pendleton items and turquoise jewelry. You’ll find leather handbags, one-of-a-kind hats, hand beaded items, books on Native American culture and even high quality cowboy boots. There’s something for everyone including children at this Route 66 staple that opened in 1963.

Choctaw Nation Museum Gift Shop
Tuskhoma
(918) 569-4465.
Located on the first floor of the historic Choctaw Nation Museum in Tuskahoma the Choctaw gift shop features many wonderful handcrafted Choctaw Items. Those looking for unique one of a kind holiday gifts can find it here. We have beaded and gourd tree ornaments and also beadwork from over 20 local artist, baby moccasins, artwork, deer horn handle knives, stickball silverwork, modern Choctaw jewelry, Pendleton blankets and items too numerous to mention. In December receive a free ornament with any purchase. The gift shop is open from 8 to 4 Monday through Friday. The gift shop will also do mail orders. Please call (918) 569-4465.

Citizen Potawatomi Nation Cultural Heritage Center & FireLake Gifts
1899 S Gordon Cooper Dr
Shawnee, OK 74801
Phone: 405-878-5830
Toll Free: 800-880-9880
A primary goal of the Citizen Potawatomi Museum is to preserve and interpret artifacts relevant to indigenous Great Lakes cultures with an emphasis on the Anishinabe Potawatomi. The museum also seeks to facilitate an understanding of history, heritage, values, art, philosophy, crafts, medicines, societal structure and language -- but not merely in an historical sense. The Citizen Potawatomi are living, dynamic people with a bright future. The museum emphasizes the direct connection between ancestors and the Citizen Potawatomi people of today. The theme, therefore, is not ‘Who We Were,’ but ‘Who We Are.’
The Citizen Potawatomi Museum also features the nation’s museum research library, archives, family research center, veteran’s wall of honor, tribal heritage project and long room events center. FireLake Gifts is also located inside the museum, offering unique Native American made jewelry, ceremonial items, traditional native attire, a vast array of Pendleton blankets, jackets, clothing, bags and more. FireLake Gifts is open Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5:30pm and Sat, 10am-3pm. For FireLake Gifts call 405-275-3119 or visit www.firelakegifts.com for more information.

Drysdales
10127 E 71st St
Tulsa, OK 74133
Phone: 918-252-7917
Stop into Drysdales in Tulsa to shop an enormous selection of Western wear and more. Browse through the selection of men’s, women’s and kids’ boots; from simple to flashy and leather to ostrich, you’re guaranteed to find a style you love. Check out the wide selection of Wrangler jeans, as well as many other classic brands. Drysdales also offers men’s, women’s and kids’ shirts, outerwear and accessories. Top off your outfit in timeless style with a straw or felt cowboy hat and you’re ready to go.

Fancy Dancer Leather Designs
302 W Alabama
Anadarko, OK 73005
Phone: 405-247-7030
Custom made beaded buckskin presses, moccasins and leggings. Also a wide variety of Czech cut beads and beading supplies, shell and other natural material earrings, and other beaded items. We are located attached to a private residence, but shoppers are welcome at all times. Call before coming to be sure we are in.

Gourds Etc.
9002 S 439-2
Locust Grove, OK 74352
Phone: 918-479-8739
Gourds, Etc is an art studio and gallery that offers authentic handmade Cherokee art for immediate purchase including one-of-a-kind Cherokee gourd masks, gourd art, paintings, jewelry, tree ornaments, decorative mugs and more. Periodic gourd art workshops are offered. All gourds used for art are grown in a garden located on studio property. Visitors are welcome to view the garden area to better understand the process of making gourd art.
Gourds, Etc also hosts an annual Christmas Art Show during the first Saturday and Sunday in December with guest American Indian artists offering extraordinary art and gift ideas in every price range. Gourds, Etc can accommodate small tours by appointment. Gourds, Etc is privately owned and operated by artist, Verna Bates, a registered member of the Cherokee Nation, Oklahoma.

Indian Art Oklahoma
4716 N MacArthur Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73122
Phone: 405-495-1800
Indian Art Oklahoma features a variety of handcrafted jewelry and authentic, handmade American Indian items. This store carries turquoise jewelry, pottery, artwork, sculpture, beadwork, artifacts, flutes, decorative items, music, movies, books, gift cards and much more. Indian Art Oklahoma has been making custom design jewelry since 1979 in Oklahoma City.

Indian Trading Post & Art
825 S Walbaum Rd
Calumet, OK 73014
Phone: 405-884-5599
At Indian Trading Post & Art in Calumet, you can shop for all kinds of Native American themed apparel, knick knacks and other memorabilia. This great stop just off I-40 is the perfect chance to pick up a pair of moccasins or hand beaded jewelry. The store also carries Native American art from a large number of tribes including pottery and other great pieces.

Inter-Tribal Designs
1520 N Portland
Oklahoma City, OK 73107
Phone: 405-943-7935
Inter-Tribal Designs in Oklahoma City features hard-to-find Native American food items, kachinas, jewelry, beadwork, clothing, pottery and beading and craft supplies.

Jane Osti Pottery Studio
1390 N Heritage Ln,
Tahlequah, OK 74464
Phone:(918) 456-1900
A Cherokee National Treasure, Jane’s work has been exhibited in museums across the country and she has won awards for her work in numerous juried art shows. Her pottery is rich in earth colors of natural clay and rich in history of designs and patterns, bringing full circle ancient traditions in a contemporary world.

Laughing Lizard Trading Post
205 E Lake Dr
Medicine Park, OK 73557
Phone: 580-574-1318
The Laughing Lizard Trading Post in the quaint town of Medicine Park specializes in nature inspired and Native American themed gifts and collectibles. Find the perfect handmade item for someone special as a gift or pick yourself out some new unique accessories that cannot be found anywhere else. Conveniently located with other boutiques and specialty stores in the historic town of Medicine Park, make Laughing Lizard a stop during your trip to Medicine Park and the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge.

Lyons Indian Store
111 S Detroit Ave
Tulsa, OK 74120
Phone: 918-582-6372
Lyon’s Indian Store has been located in downtown Tulsa since 1916. Offering one of the largest selections of American Indian goods and Oklahoma souvenirs in Tulsa, Lyon’s Indian Store has been a Tulsa fixture for over 90 years. Located in the city’s vibrant Blue Dome District, Lyon’s Indian Store features silver and turquoise Indian jewelry, t-shirts, moccasins, Native American art, rugs, pottery, bronze statues, Pendleton blankets, crafts, beads, feathers, gifts and more.

McKee’s Indian Store & Susan Peters Gallery
116 W Main St
Anadarko, OK 73005
Phone: 405-247-7151
Toll Free: 800-972-7653
McKee’s Indian Store in Anadarko is a retail store offering Indian art and crafts, beads, fringe and more for making crafts and regalia. Other items for purchase include Pendleton blankets and purses, turquoise and silver jewelry, original Indian art, prints and sculpture. Some artifacts on display but not for sale. While you’re there, browse art from Susan Peters Gallery.

Oklahoma Indian Arts & Crafts Cooperative
801 E Central Blvd
Anadarko, OK 73005
Phone: 405-247-3486
The Oklahoma Indian Arts & Crafts Cooperative, founded in 1955, is an independent arts and crafts business owned and operated by Native American artists and craftspeople. The sales shop is located in the Southern Plains Indian Museum.

Oklahoma Native Art & Jewelry
1316 S Agnew
Oklahoma City, OK 73108
Phone: 405-604-9800
Known as one of Oklahoma City’s premier American Indian galleries and shops, Oklahoma Native Art & Jewelry is located in the Historic Stockyards District across from Cattlemen’s Steakhouse. It features rare works of over 68 well-known American Indian artists and craftsmen, as well as authentic American Indian and Western artworks including sculpture, jewelry, Kachinas, Cherokee baskets, dream catchers, pottery and paintings.


Native American Art
317 S Main St
Tulsa, OK 74103
Art gallery specializing in Native American art featuring paintings, sculptures, pottery, prints and much more.

Nevaquaya Fine Arts
500 Riverwalk Trace, Ste. 120
Jenks, OK
Phone: 580-291-9572
Nevaquaya Fine Arts represents American Indian arts and artists that express the uniqueness of Native culture in traditional and contemporary forms.

Osage Tribal Museum
819 Grandview Ave
Pawhuska, OK 74056
Phone: 918.287.5441
The Osage Tribal Museum is the oldest tribally owned museum in the United States. Originally constructed in 1872 as a chapel, schoolhouse, and dormitory, the Osage Tribal Council was instrumental in establishing the museum in 1938.
The adaptive reuse of the building to a museum was funded as a Public Works Administration (WPA) project and carried out by the CCC. At the time of its opening in 1938, it was the only museum in the world owned by an American Indian tribe. After a year of expansion and remodeling funded by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the museum was reopened on September 30, 1967. Once again, in 1994, the museum reopened after several months of additional renovations.
On October 15, 1987 the Osage Tribal Museum was placed on the National Register Historic Places and on May 2, 2008 the museum celebrated its 70th anniversary.

Rabbit Gallery
231 S Taylor
Pryor, OK 74362
Phone: 918-825-3716
Toll Free: 800-613-3716
Original art, paintings, prints and gift items by internationally-known Native American artists Bill and Traci Rabbit. Father and daughter are enrolled citizens of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma and enjoyed creating their art together.

Ron Allen Studios
221 E Cedar St
Wewoka, OK 74884
Phone: 405-380-6942
Ron Allen Studios in Wewoka offers a wide selection of unique works that are accessible to art collectors both novice and expert. Over the years, renowned artist Ron Allen’s works have been shown in various galleries and museums across the country, including the Carol LaRoche Gallery in Santa Fe and the Seminole Nation Museum in Wewoka. Ron Allen Studios features fine art, sculpture, paintings, collage and assemblage, along with assorted junk and artifacts of the rusty metal type. Stop by any day of the week to find the next conversation piece for your home or office.

Southwest Collectibles
135 W First St
Arcadia, OK 73007
Phone: 405-396-2202
Offers a wide variety of authentic Native American and Southwestern art. Includes jewelry, prints, wall hangings, handmade flutes, peace pipes, handcrafted knifes, drums, Kachina dolls, furs and hides.

Tiger Gallery
2110 E Shawnee
Muskogee, OK 74403
Tiger Gallery in Muskogee is a family owned and operated business. The gallery features reprints of the work of Jerome and Dana Tiger, widely considered major influences in the development of contemporary Indian art, as well as the works of the rest of the Tiger family.

Tribes 131 Fine Art, Jewelry & Gifts
131 24th Ave NW
Norman, OK 73069
Phone: 405-329-4442
Tribes 131 Fine Art, Gifts & Jewelry is one of Oklahoma’s premier galleries containing American Indian and Southwest-inspired fine arts. Located in Norman, Tribes 131 is a one-stop gallery for works by well-known artisans. Tribes 131 features everything from historical artwork to abstract pieces, including a variety of non-native and gift items. This Norman gallery offers a full line of jewelry, pottery, baskets, kachinas, textiles, prints, bronzes, clay and alabaster sculptures, masks, beadwork and a large variety of made in Oklahoma gift items. Historical works vary and often sell quickly. Tribes 131 also has works by other artists on consignment and the largest inventory of Doc Tate Nevaquaya and Mirac Creepingbear originals for sale.
A Native American Art Calendar signing is held annually the first week of December. Tribes 131 also hosts monthly events featuring different artists and meet-and-greets during opening night receptions. These events are free and open to the public.

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