This labyrinthine three-story shop has a truly mesmerizing collection of art, furniture and home goods made by members of the Northern Plains tribes. You'll also find out-of-print books and supplies to make your own…
A great indie bookstore stocking new and used titles. There are recommendations of books by local authors and frequent author readings.
Peruse the old classrooms of this former high school, and you'll find art, antiques, sweets and vintage clothes.
You can buy all forms of Western wear and gear at Langston's. The boot selection alone is mind-blowing.
Funky used bookstore in a cool part of town. Great recommendations, live poetry and even a few bands.
A bookstore worthy of the fabled Iowa Writers' Workshop.
Stop at the red-brick Nelson's Old Riverton Store and stock up on batteries, turkey sandwiches and Route 66 memorabilia. The 1925 property looks much like it did when built – note the pressed-tin ceiling and the out…
Founded in 1913 by the same family behind, you guessed it, Hallmark, this high-end store is so gracious, you may wish you were wearing gloves. Hallmark's headquarters and free visitor center are next door.
This gift shop sells museum-quality crafts including jewelry, dolls and beadwork items (barrettes, purses and moccasins). About 85% of the store’s customers are Native American.
A cooperative of Flint Hills artists and artisans working in photography, ceramics, glass, textiles and more. You'll find authentic prairie artworks at reasonable prices.