It’s pretty hard to beat a weekend afternoon whiled away in an antique shop. While just over a century old, the state of Oklahoma has a surprising selection of antique malls and boutiques that will tickle the fancy of pickers and collectors of every stripe.Learn More
While urban areas like Oklahoma City and Tulsa buzz with antique vendors and importers, even the most remote corners of the state boast big shopping opportunities for antique lovers. Downtown squares feature quaint shops with primitives and collectibles while large vendor malls along interstates boast European imports and Civil War memorabilia.
Step into an Oklahoma antique store to find a hot cup of complimentary coffee and row after row of treasures. Thumb through a yearbook that was cherished by students more than a century ago, hunt for your initial embroidered on an old handkerchief or find a piece of Native American history that reveals part of your past.
You may uncover a mahogany mantle removed from a local historic building or an ancient chandelier imported from France. You never know what you’ll discover at an Oklahoma antique store but you’re sure to find something you can’t live without.
Although small in numbers, the Amish and Mennonite communities both have strong ties to Oklahoma, interwoven like a patchwork quilt in the state’s history. Come along on a journey through these communities and discover fun events, delicious food, unique shops and great restaurants along the way.Learn More