As the oldest shopping district in Kansas, Aggieville offers something exciting for everyone. From shopping to dining to a night out with friends, you'll always leave with a good story and great memories.
Come visit the cozy little district we know and love, and see why we are home to over 100 businesses.
Business of the Month
On the Wild Side
On the Wildside has been an Aggieville tradition since 1990. Located at 1128 Moro St, this mother/daughter owned shop will bring out anyone's inner hippie. At On the Wildside you will be greeted with friendly service ,and a variety of unique products. Items ranging from tapestries, posters, wind chimes, candles and disc golf supplies. Don't forget to check out the 21 and over Tobacco shop nestled in the back of the store. Express yourself with their selection of funky clothes, band t-shirts and jewelry. Bring in the new year with some cleansing incense, sage or crystals.
Alta Prairie Inc, Anderson Knight Architects, Bank of the Flint Hills, BBN Architects, Bennington State Bank, Bluestem Financial Management, Central National Bank, Civic Plus/Icon Investments, Commerce Bank, Destiny Real Estate, Flint Hills Beverage, Golf USA of Manhattan, Hi-Tech Interiors, Howie's Trash Service, KSTATE Credit Union, Landmark National Bank, Link, Manhatchet, Manhattan Arts Center, Manhattan Broadcasting, Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, Manhattan Running Company, McCownGordon Construction, McCullough Development, Meritrust Credit Union-Manhattan, Pepsi-Cola of Manhattan, Rainbow International Restoration, Riffel Asset Management, Sink, Gordon, & Associates, S & N Design, The Trust Company, US Foods, Vizypay, Westloop Business Association, WTC
ALTA PRAIRIE INC
wESTLOOP BUSINESS ASSOCIATION
Friends of the 'Ville
Doug "Chappie" Chapman
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