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Historic Downtown

Make a day of visiting historic downtown Jenks, America!

Our wonderful brick structures, built between 1909 to 1920, still retain their charm. Some stores still feature some of the original tin ceilings.

Jenks’ downtown shops include boutiques, restaurants and of course, the the Antiques and Arts District.

Jenks was named the “Antique Capital of Oklahoma” by then-first lady of Oklahoma Shirley Bellmon, and the many stores that call Main Street home keep that tradition going. Visitors can park and walk all day browsing vintage wares alongside new and repurposed offerings.

Primitives, authentic American oak furniture, Fenton glass, Roseville pottery, antique tools and gorgeous jewelry are just a few of the many treasures that are located within the Antique and Arts District.

Experience Historic Downtown Jenks all year long!

Fall creates an inviting place downtown with it’s crisp, cool days, perfect for a cup of coffee from Sip, Jenks’ newest coffee shop.

During the second Saturday in October, downtown Jenks is filled with Oklahoma artists, wineries and live jazz bands for Art on Main, which draws 10,000 visitors annually to the city.

The festivities continue throughout the winter months as downtown is transformed into a holiday wonderland. Merchants decorate their windows in preparation for the Jenks holiday tradition, Holiday Open House.

The event takes place the last weekend before Thanksgiving. Beginning Thursday evening, a “Lights On” ceremony takes place and shops welcome shoppers all evening.

Spring days are perfect for enjoying the sunshine and admiring the flower pots full of tulips, provided by our Jenks Garden Club.

During the last Saturday in April, the Herb and Plant Festival draws thousands of visitors and offers everything gardeners need to get ready for summer. Live music and food vendors make the Herb and Plant Festival perfect for a day with the family.

Summers mean ice cream, lemonade and air-conditioned shopping. Downtown Jenks is also home to Freedom Fest, an annual event offering food and fun for all ages.