The city is known for its art deco architecture in the central Deco District. Landmarks like the Philcade and Philtower buildings reflect a 20th-century construction boom fueled by the prosperous local oil industry. It is often called "The Oil City of the World".
Tulsa offers plenty of walkable districts worth the exploration, from historic staples to newer innovations. Anchored by Tulsa Centennial Parkguests and locals can now stroll down the section of Peoria Avenue that once went by the name of Pearl and enjoy views of the downtown skyline while walking. Alternative arts abound in the Pearl District, referenced by the Pearl District Muralan official introduction to the area.
Here is a list of antique malls and stores in the Tulsa area. If you're wanting to view additional information about a particular mall, click the "More Details" button. New to AntiqueMalls.
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First up in our series on our favorite places to shop vintage in Tulsa—antique malls! While a great friend may love hitting up the thrift stores and estate sales with you, an antique mall may appeal to a wider audience. For example, Palmer used to take friends and extended family to Generations Antique Mall after breakfast at Tally's on the weekends.
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Made is home to handmade goods from over makers and crafters, many of whom are right here in Oklahoma in the heart of the Tulsa Arts District. The seeds of Made were planted in when Christine Sharp-Crowe started Indie Emporium, a regional art, craft, and fashion show featuring amazing artists. The outpouring of support from Tulsa demonstrated a real need for something more permanent, so inMade opened its doors for the first time.