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Celebrate Small Business Saturday, an initiative for holiday shoppers to support stores in their communities, by shopping in person or online with local businesses in Wichita on Saturday, Nov. 27, and throughout the holiday season.

If you don’t feel comfortable shopping in person, many local shops offer sales by appointment or online shopping with delivery or pickup options.

Whether you're looking for holiday gift items or something for yourself, Wichita’s many eclectic shopping districts deliver big on unique gift items you can only find in Wichita. Pair your shopping excursion with a bite to eat from a nearby local eatery!

Not sure where to start? Grab your list of who’s been naughty or nice and scroll down to find some of the many one-of-a-kind shops and specialty stores in Wichita. After that, explore more festive ideas for your holidays in Wichita.

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Jeans and Pants at Standard Issue Co.

Old Town District

The brick-lined streets, historic lampposts and converted warehouses from the late 1800s let you know you’re in Old Town. The area is a mix of more than 100 businesses, including restaurants, locally owned shops, clubs, theaters, galleries, museums, loft residences, public plazas and more.

Local shopping options:

  • A.Jay Health & Wellness: Achieve health and balance and soothe away muscle aches and pain through a holistic approach
  • Kernel’s Popcorn Express: Local, gourmet popcorn, handcrafted with more than 30 flavor combinations
  • Lucinda’s: Cheeky, off-the-wall gifts, distinctive clothing, shoes, jewelry and Wichita flag swag
  • Museum of World Treasures: Shop the gift store at this eclectic museum; they will offer 35% off merchandise and memberships on Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Museum Store Sunday
  • Old Town Farm & Art Market: In the center of the city, this market brings together local vendors on Saturdays
  • Standard Issue Co.: Essential men’s products such as clothing, accessories, grooming and more
  • Uniquities Home: Stylish home décor, artwork, furniture and more

Nearby dining:

Bradley Fair Shopping in Wichita

East Wichita & Bradley Fair

In east Wichita, you’ll find shopping choices galore as well as Bradley Fair, an open-air plaza with everything from charming boutiques to well-known national retailers.

Local shopping options:

  • Bohemia Healing Spa: Visit the new East Wichita location of this spa, which offers natural and holistic treatments including therapeutic massage, facials and health wraps
  • Cocoa Dolce: Unique chocolate and wine pairings, coffee drinks, chocolate cocktails and gelato; recently added a new line of new line of breakfast items such as breakfast burritos, quiches, yogurt, and muffins
  • The Farris Wheel: Old-time sweet shoppe, carries confections and more
  • Kendra Scott: Features a color bar where you can customize necklaces, bracelets, or rings in-store.
  • Paint the Towne: All ages are welcome in this guided painting experience
  • Paramount East Antique Mall: Antiques, vintage, furniture, glassware, primitives, industrial, farmhouse décor, collectibles and so much more in 225 booths within tens of thousands of square feet
  • The Popcorner: Hand-crafted, gourmet popcorn

East Wichita & Bradley Fair dining:

The Workroom in Wichita

Douglas Design District

The stretch of Douglas Avenue from Old Town to the doorway of east Wichita is known as Douglas Design District, and it is lined with eateries, local boutiques, breweries and public art. The area has more than a dozen unique places to shop and eat and is also known for the locally-created murals you will find in every nook and cranny.

Local shopping options:

Nearby dining:

Urban Interiors in Wichita

Downtown Wichita

Downtown Wichita is a vibrant, authentic space and hub for creative expression and situated just east of the Arkansas River in the core of the city. It’s also home to many distinct local shops and eateries. Plenty of public art, including more than 30 bronze sculptures, can be found along Douglas Avenue.

Local shopping options:

  • Cocoa Dolce: Unique chocolate and wine pairings, coffee drinks, chocolate cocktails and gelato; recently added a new line of new line of breakfast items such as breakfast burritos, quiches, yogurt, and muffins
  • Colour t-Hair-apy Salon & Oxygen Bar: Wichita’s first oxygen bar and salon offering amazing colour, precision haircuts and extensions
  • Jenny Dawn Cellars: Purchase wine, wine club memberships, gift baskets, cookbooks, lipstick and more at Wichita’s first urban winery
  • Nifty Nut House: Since 1937, this specialty store has filled its shelves with classic and modern candies, nuts, snacks and unique gift items
  • Urban Interiors: Home décor for all seasons, furniture, artwork, seasonal home décor, lighting and Wichita flag swag

Nearby dining and breweries:

Generations Antiques and Artisans in Wichita

West Wichita & NewMarket Square

West Wichita consists of popular shopping and dining districts, including NewMarket Square – home to popular retailers and restaurants, as well as Wichita favorites.

Local shopping options:

  • Cocoa Dolce: Unique chocolate and wine pairings, coffee drinks, chocolate cocktails and gelato; recently added a new line of new line of breakfast items such as breakfast burritos, quiches, yogurt, and muffins
  • Generations Antiques & Artisans: Re-purposed, up-cycled, whimsical treasures and Wichita flag swag
  • Paramount Antique Mall: Antiques, vintage, furniture, glassware, primitives, industrial, farmhouse décor, collectibles and so much more in 225 booths within tens of thousands of square feet
  • The Popcorner: Hand-crafted, gourmet popcorn

Nearby dining:

Shopping in Delano

Historic Delano District

Wichita’s Delano District is just west of the Arkansas River near downtown along Douglas Avenue. It is an eclectic and fun shopping district with a rich history.

Local shopping options:

  • Bungalow 26: Unexpected and eclectic goods, Wichita-centric items, home accessories and beauty products
  • Bohemia Healing Spa: natural and holistic treatments including therapeutic massage, facials and health wraps
  • Exploration Place: Don’t forget gift shops at Wichita museums have great gift selections. Many will be participating in Small Business Saturday as well as Museum Shop Sunday with discounts, including this special at Exploration Place
  • Hatman Jack’s: For more than 45 years, this specialty shop has been creating and customizing hats and repairing hats, also stock gloves, scarves and other accessories
  • The Health Connection: Alternative medicine store, carrying CBD products and offering yoga, guided meditation, pain therapy and more; great selection of Wichita flag swag items
  • Vortex Souvenir: Art and design-focused retail gift shop offering curated items produced by independent artists

Nearby dining:

Revolutsia Common Area and Firepit

Revolutsia

Revolutsia is a unique shipping container mall and dining community located just east of the Douglas Design District in Wichita. It is centered around a firepit and outdoor gathering space.

Local shopping options:

  • Aztekas Boutique: Premier Hispanic artisan shop working with artists in Mexico and indigenous people; ship all over the U.S.
  • Calabar Market: Handmade bath bombs, shea butter, salt and sugar scrubs, African clothing, t-shirts, sunglasses, handbags and other accessories
  • Camp Creek Vintage: Vintage clothing for men and women in Wichita
  • Snark and String Studio: Planners, pens, washi tapes and analog productivity goods
  • Wizards Asylum ICT: New release and extensive back issue collection of comics, great selection of tabletop and board games
  • Ze German Markt: Wichita’s only German-exclusive import shop, full of treats, ingredients and supplies

Nearby dining:

Clifton Square in Wichita

Clifton Square

Nestled in between the Douglas Design District and College Hill sits Clifton Square, a 19th century village of local shops. If you’re looking for charm and character, this is the shopping experience for you! Plus, many murals to find, painted on the Victorian homes-turned shops.

Local shopping options:

  • Aida Stenholm: Find handmade bags, accessories and custom shoes designed by Aida Stenholm and individually handcrafted of high-quality leather and eco-friendly rubber
  • Clifton Collective: A collective of Midwest Makers with a passion for all things local, Midwest and handcrafted
  • La Vie Bohème Apothecary and Curiosity Shoppe: Supplier of loose herbs and teas, tea accessories, crystals, spiritual items, books and oracle/tarot cards, boho home decor, jewelry, apparel and many other giftables
  • Papa’s General Store: Hand-dipped ice cream, gourmet espresso, craft roast coffee, shakes, hot chocolate bombs, novelty socks and amazing novelties and more
  • The Tea House at Clifton Square: Specialty and loose-leaf tea from around the world, tea accessories and prepackaged food, such as biscotti and muffins

Nearby dining:

Twister City Harley Davidson Near Wichita

Surrounding area

Just north of Wichita, you’ll find many unique shops, glass-blowing studios and even a farm to sip wine and savor fresh cheeses and gelato.

Shopping options:

  • Hundred Acre Floral: Design studio specializing in fresh flower designs; monthly plans available
  • Infinity Art Glass: Christmas ornaments, hand-blown glass sculptures, sinks, lights, paperweights and vessels; glassblowing demonstrations by appointment
  • Karg Art Glass: Watch hand-blown art glass being created and shop the gift gallery
  • Twister City Harley-Davidson: Wichita-area Harley-Davidson® dealer

Nearby eateries and wineries:

 

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