Oklahoma may be one of the youngest states in the nation, but you’ll find a plethora of antiques and collectibles in almost every town. From country stores with all of the antiques your heart desires, to antique malls with endless vintage knickknacks, Oklahoma’s shops will have you digging for hours. Here are some of the best antique stores in this great state.
Guthrie has many great antique stores, but when you come to Town & Country, you’ll get more than just a shopping experience. Kenton Harlon, the owner, loves to talk about the antiques and history of the town.
Bethany, like Guthrie, is home to many antique shops, but my favorite has always been Apple Tree. With over 12,000 square-feet and 50 dealers, you’ll find many different antique items every time you walk in.
The Antique Mall houses 20,000 square-feet of antique boutiques. It used to be the biggest antique store in Oklahoma City, and it holds its own today. It’s attached to the Historic Oklahoma City Farmers Public Market, where you’ll find produce, plants, Oklahoma based products and more.
Red Rock Antique Mall is just west of Oklahoma City, and it’s worth the drive. Over 60 booths fill this 20,000 square-feet space with great antiques, including a real windmill and a replica of an old farmhouse porch.
Walker Mercantile Company has a great selection of antiques and vintage items with more than 10,000 square-feet of shopping.
The 23rd Street Antique Mall features items from the 1950s all the way back to the late 1700s. Year after year, it’s been nominated for the “Oklahoman’s Reader’s Choice” and “The Gazette’s Best of OKC.” You’ll find some of the best antique shopping here.
Antiques Etc. calls itself one of southern Oklahoma’s largest and oldest antique malls. The mall has a network of more than 50 dealers with a diverse selection of antiques and collectibles.
McAlester is a historical town with plenty of antique stores, but the one that stands out for me is this one because the owners are great. It’s always a treasure hunt when you shop here.