Oklahoma is home to many fabulous antique stores that are filled with hidden gems waiting to be discovered. If you’ve been wanting to venture out and find some treasures, you’re in luck because I put together a whole weekend itinerary for exploring the best antique stores in the Sooner State.
This 2-day trip is 183 miles long and takes you from Tulsa to Oklahoma City, with stops along the way in other towns.
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Start your day off at Generations Antique Mall at 5100 East 11th Street in Tulsa. The store is filled with decorator items, gifts, antiques and much more. Make sure to save room in the car...you have many more shops to visit on your weekend shopping trip.
The next stop in Tulsa is at the I-44 Antique Mall at
5111 South Peoria Avenue. The mall is over 9,000 sq. feet and features over 60 dealers. You'll find everything from antique furniture to vintage jewelry to rare collectibles.
Just a few short minutes from Tulsa is the town of Jenks - the antique capital of Oklahoma. You'll spend the rest of your day on Main Street exploring all the quaint, antique shops. Start out at River City Trading Post at 301 East Main Street. This massive mall is filled with something for everyone. From interior design items to rare collections to unique antiques, you'll find it all. Plan on spending a few hours at one of Oklahoma's most unique antique stores in the state.
Take a lunch break at the Jenks Restaurant just a few yards away from River City. They serve breakfast and lunch and are open on Saturday until 1:00pm.
After your lunch break, continue down Main Street and check out the plethora of darling antique shops. American Heritage Antiques is another place you don't want to miss. The store is known for its authentic antiques dating back to the early 1800s. They are located at 101 East Main Street.
End your day in Jenks with dinner at the Jenks Riverwalk overlooking the Arkansas River. Try out the delicious pizza at Andolini's Pizzeria located at 500 Riverwalk Terrace, Suite 100.
After a full day of exploring Tulsa and Jenks, book a room at The Victorian Lady Bed and Breakfast. This charming B&B is a Victorian Queen-Anne Italianate home that will welcome you with warm hospitality and a delicious breakfast before heading out on day 2 of your shopping trip.
Day 2 will take you to the town of Stillwater, to the Stillwater Antique Mall located at
116 East 9th Avenue. If you visit on a Sunday, the store is only open from 1:00pm-5:00pm. This two-story antique mall is occupied by several dealers offering many rare items. The store is very reasonably priced, so stop by and spend a few hours finding some great deals.
After visiting the town of Stillwater, head south to Shawnee and stop into Kathy's Past and Present Antique Mall at 14 East Main Street. Discover many treasures at this mall, from old books to large chandeliers...you never know what unique items you'll find.
Head down the road to Old Highway 270 Mercantile for a variety of antique items. You'll find Bohemian and vintage items, along with traditional antiques. You'll love all the variety this mercantile offers!
Before heading out of town, grab a bite to eat at Bricktown Brewery (4845 North Kickapoo Street). This local chain serves burgers, sandwiches, pizza and other American comfort food.
The last city you'll visit on your shopping weekend is Oklahoma City. As the largest city in the state, OKC is full of antique treasures waiting to be discovered. Check out 23rd Street Mall - filled with over 11,000 square feet of Oklahoma’s premiere antiques. The mall has been in business over 27 years and features 60 of the best antique dealers under one roof. The selection of items can be dated all the way back to the 1700s. They are located at 3023 NW 23rd Street. (Please note: closed on Sundays)
The last stop on this antique shopping excursion will take you to The Warehouse Antique Mall at 1200 Southeast 89th Street, Oklahoma City. You'll find many one-of-a-kind items, refinished furniture, true antiques, children's toys, collectibles and more.