Guthrie has an amazing history. The Oklahoma Territorial Museum, the Pharmacy and Sports museums and the Scottish Rite Temple all share Guthrie's unique history from capital of the Indian Territories and the first capital of OK to current day events.
Guthrie has always been known for antiquing, but it has so much more. Home Sweet Home on the Range's OK market, the Art Center, yarn shop, glass shop, farm stores and boutiques make for a fun shopping experience.
Come for an event and stay a day or a weekend. 89'R Days, Blue Grass Festival, Territorial Christmas, Red Brick Nights, Jeep Fest, The Haunts, rodeos, and live theater and music are just a few of the events going on almost every weekend.
Over 50 Oklahoma vendors offering a large variety of art, jewelry, farm house and western decor, wood signs, metal, soaps, alpaca, purses, repurposed furniture, quilts, books, foods, leather, pottery and more.
One of the best things about Home Sweet Home on the Range is that if you don't see what you are looking for, you can special order from almost every vendor. There are jewelers, wood workers, a metal smith, sewers, quilters, furniture restorers, etc. We promote Oklahoma arts and crafts and love being part of The Arts in Guthrie (TAG) cultural district. Support small businesses, shop local, shop small and support Historic Guthrie, OK.
Up the beautiful curving staircaise is a large mezzanine area ready to be filled with individual shops offering products that partner well with the market. If you are looking for a location to sell western wear, home décor, jewelry, home services, art , make and take classes, etc., come see this unique space. The possibilities are endless. Only $.75/sq ft/month and utilities are included. Just 15 miles north of Edmond.
110 W Harrison, Guthrie OK 73044
Monday - Saturday: 10am - 6pm
Open late for Pollard Theater nights, festivals and special events in Guthrie
Closed Sunday, Christmas, Thanksgiving and New Year's Days