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Shopping in Olathe

It all comes together in Olathe.

Whether you’re here for the day or a weekend, with your pals or your whole crew, Olathe has something for everybody to do.

Girls’ Weekend

Your hunt for inspiration could begin at Olathe Glass and Home Décor, where you can find custom items and decorating ideas for your home.

Hop Santa Fe Street and continue shopping in historic downtown Olathe. Browse through Junque Drawer and its three floors’ worth of home décor and accessories—all housed in a beautifully restored 1920’s home. And be sure to stop by Pickering House, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Have a cup of coffee at Park Street Pastry or a cocktail at Vader’s Bar & Deli.

Head North of Downtown Olathe to Stone Pillar Winery for a Friday night concert.

Head West of Downtown Olathe to KC Wine Co for complimentary music in the vines.

Guy’s Day Out

Kick off by teeing off at Prairie Highlands Golf Course. Skirted by tall prairie grasses, this par 72 golf course has been recognized as one of America’s Best Places to Play by Golf Digest.

Then trade your tee for tackle at Bass Pro Shops, a sportsman’s paradise. You can even put your gear to good use at Lake Olathe or Cedar Lake.

Explore the wider world of sports with the Pioneers, the athletics team from MidAmerica Nazarene University and a top contender in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). Or capture the fever of pro football or baseball by working in a Chiefs or Royals game.

End the day with a juicy Kansas City strip or savory Kansas City-styled barbecue.

Family-Friendly Escape

Get the kids up early and take on some midmorning memories. Grab your board and head over to Olathe’s Skate Park at Two Trails Park, or if you prefer walking to rolling, lace up your sneakers and hike the Indian Creek Greenway Trail.

After you’ve taken in the tricks and the birds, quench your thirst and satisfy your hunger with some local eats. You might sample some of the region’s legendary barbecue at Joe’s KC BBQ, opt for some pastry favorites at Park Street Pastry in downtown Olathe, or nosh on the time-tried standard with stone-fired pizza at Spin Neapolitan Pizza.

The afternoon offers a wealth of options for the young and carefree—and your kids, too. Walk through American history at Mahaffie Stagecoach Shop and Farm, knock down some pins at Mission Bowl ‘n Olathe, revel in life’s drama at the Olathe Community Theatre, soak in the arts at one of Kansas City’s three art museums, or catch a Chiefs or Royals game.


Bass Pro Shops

12051 Bass Pro Dr.
  • Bass Pro Shops is part museum, art gallery, education, conservation and entertainment center. Great events and activities for the family offered year-round.
  • This 130,000-square-foot outdoor center features hunting, camping and fishing gear, apparel, footwear, and gifts with expansive boat showroom, a two-acre water feature for outdoor educational experiences, a 19,000-gallon freshwater aquarium, a 4,000-gallon pond with a rustic footbridge, museum-quality wildlife dioramas and murals depicting outdoor Kansas scenes, and an indoor archery range.

Olathe Glass & Home Décor

510 E. Santa Fe St.
  • Offering the latest in home décor trends with staff that will help coordinate your ‘look’. Unique gift ideas and unusual finds.

119th Corridor

(from Ridgeview to Black Bob)
  • Shoppers will find an array of new shops, trendy restaurants, and AMC 30 Fork & Screen, one of the largest and most progressive movie complexes in the world. Stores in the 119th/I-35 area include Best Buy, Broadway Shoes, Home Depot, PetSmart, Bed Bath and Beyond, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Marshall’s/Home Goods, Michael’s, Ulta, and more. Dining ranges from casual sit-down to formal and fast food. The shopping centers in this retail hub include Olathe Pointe, Olathe Station, Northridge Plaza, Black Bob Center, and 119th Plaza.

135th Street/Santa Fe Corridor

  • Stores in this area include Kohls, Wal-Mart, Hobby Lobby, At Home, Walgreens, Genesis Fitness Center, and many others. The shopping centers along Santa Fe include Alden Center, Townsquare, Santa Fe Square, Eastgate, Olathe Landing, Crossroads Shopping Center, and Black Bob Marketplace.

151st Street Corridor

  • In this area shoppers will find Target, CVS Pharmacy, Walgreens, Home Depot, and more. The shopping centers along 151st Street are Heritage Square, Indian Trail Plaza, Mur-Len Plaza, Scarborough, Southgate Retail Center, Prairie Trails West, and Village Center. Near the 151st Street Corridor is Arbor Creek, Mur-Len and 159th.
  • Shopping abounds in Olathe and new retail appears every year. In addition to major retail areas, you’ll find friendly shops throughout the community.

Shopping just Minutes from Olathe:

In addition to Olathe’s thriving retail, a regional shopping mall is within a five- or ten-minute drive of Olathe in Overland Park:

Oak Park Mall

11461 W. 95th St.


Within 15 to 20 minutes of Olathe are other great shopping centers. Here’s a sampling:

Country Club Plaza

47th and JC Nichols Pkwy.

Crown Center

2450 Grand

Hawthorne Plaza

119th and Roe

Town Center Plaza

119th and Roe


1520 W. 39th St.