Oklahoma September 03, 2017
You’ll Never Want To Leave This Charming Main Street In Oklahoma
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, was founded in 1902 and is the fourth-largest city in the state. In recent years, Main Street in Broken Arrow was transformed into The Rose District – an arts and entertainment district in the heart of its small downtown. Spend the afternoon strolling around town, eating lunch or shopping in one of the great businesses that line the streets of this charming district.
The Rose District is located on Main Street in the heart of downtown Broken Arrow. Millions of dollars have gone into restoring this historic area over the past few years and the results are incredible.
Many new businesses have filled the spaces and there's now lots to do and see downtown. The historic buildings have been restored and brick paths line the sidewalks.
You can shop for new clothes, browse an art gallery, buy new (and vintage) furniture, smell the roses, and more.
Or perhaps you're looking for a specialty gift. You'll enjoy all the charming, one-of-kind stores on Main Street.
You'll also find several eateries where you can dine inside or outside. From pizza to Mexican to barbecue, they have it all.
There's also a rooftop bar where you can enjoy drinks overlooking Main Street.
And don't forget dessert. There's several options to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Main Street BA hosts several events throughout the year, including a weekly Farmer's Market that's held every Thursday at 4:00 p.m. at the Rose District Plaza.
Other events include Live Music, Trivia Nights, Late Night Shopping, Exhibitions and more.
During winter months you can bundle up and go ice skating at the rink in town.
And in summer you can splash around in the newly built fountains. Kids love to cool down in this fun water feature.
There's always something fun going on in The Rose District. Check their
website to get the latest dates and times for upcoming events.
Check out our previous article, “
These 15 Towns In Oklahoma Have The Best Main Streets You Gotta Visit” for more great Main Streets across the state.