Something for Everyone: Oklahoma City Flea Markets & Antique Malls

Jean Jones
September 07, 2015


Oklahoma City may not be known as the shopping capital of the world, but there are a lot of great places to find unique, one-of-a-kind treasures and vintage items. You never know what you’ll find and looking around is half the fun. Here are our favorite places to browse.

Notting Hill Antiques
8200 North Classen Blvd., Suite 114

If you have a love for fine English antiques, you'll love this place. The store is filled with pieces from the owner's collection of porcelain dishes, statues and figurines, as well as fine wood furniture and framed artwork. All items are authentic, for those looking to add to their collections or decorate an English-style home. Notting Hill is open for event sales and you can shop online through their eBay store site. Be sure to check their Facebook page and website for upcoming events.

23rd Street Antique Mall
3023 NW 23rd St.

It may look small on the outside, but this antique mall has an 11,000-square-foot showroom with more than 60 dealers showing their wares. You'll find Victorian furniture, antique clocks, glass art, vintage jewelry, porcelain collectibles, toys and more. This is the place to find elegant, handcrafted pieces to add to your collection. 

Mary's Swap Meet
7905 NE. 23rd St.

Mary's is the picture of what a swap meet is supposed to be: a collection of treasures one might find at garage and yard sales along with some food and fun. The market is open Saturday and Sunday year-round and features pony rides for the kids during the summer. There are all kinds of great bargains and they sell out quickly, so come early to make sure you get the best deals.

French Quarter Antiques
2625 Britton Rd.

French Quarter Antiques is a combination of vintage, retro and European-style antiques and furniture from 23 dealers. Each dealer has his or her own specialty and unique collection. With so many items in one place, you're sure to find whatever you're looking for: vintage jewelry, pottery, crystal, paintings, oriental rugs, glassware, china, wicker baskets, lamps or chandeliers.

If you’ve had a great shopping experience at any of these local businesses, we'd love to hear about them. Which one was your favorite, and what bargains did you find? If you know of a good store we didn't mention, tell us about it in the comments below.

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