Some of Tulsa's most historic, and beautiful homes were on display Sunday. Homeowners in Mapleridge opened their doors to the public.
The tours raise money that goes right back into the neighborhood for upkeep and maintenance. That way the homes can stay as a good as new, despite their age.
"Obviously we've got the Skelly Mansion," said Liz Lamers, Homeowner's Association.
"So we've got a lot of the oil baron mansions around here that were built in the teens and 20s."
The Homeowner's Association says the turnout was even bigger than expected. They sold more than 1,000 tickets.