Whittier Square Clock Tower

Whittier Square Clock Tower
Lewis Ave & Admiral Blvd
Phone: 918-633-1934

The Whittier Square Clock Tower still stands today, preserving the memory of Tulsa's first shopping center in the suburbs. At its peak in 1965, the Whittier Square shopping district contained more than 100 stores. In 2012, the area earned its designation as an official landmark on the National Register of Historic Places. Stop by the remaining clock tower before checking out modern day local businesses taking up shop in this revamped historic district.

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Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): Route 66, US-75
Located at Lewis Ave & Admiral Blvd in Tulsa's Kendall Whittier District.

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