Route 66 Brick Paved Broadway Street in Davenport, Oklahoma

Davenport, Oklahoma is located on the old Ozark Trail as well as the 1926-85 alignment of Route 66. Several blocks of Broadway Street downtown are still paved with original 1925/1926 bricks from Davenport Brick & Tile Company. This historic red Brick Paved Broadway Street was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2004.

Route 66 Brick Paved Broadway Street in Davenport, Oklahoma

While in Davenport also look for some other classic Route 66 locations: the first natural gas Spherical Tank in Oklahoma, an historic 1933 Texaco station, a former gas station that is now an antiques store, Tammy’s Cafe, and a welcome sign.

Murals on Route 66 Brick Paved Broadway Street in Davenport, Oklahoma

There are also several Route 66 murals to look out for while driving the brick road, including one that is known as the tallest mural on Route 66. At 32 feet (9,76 m) tall a giant mural is painted on one side of the 1905 Farmers Bank Building. Paintings on the exterior depict a stage coach, Postmistress and first settler’s daugher Nettie Davenport and a reproduction of the “Land Run” from Harper’s Weekly magazine, September 1891 issue, the “Second Land Run Oklahoma”.

Murals on Route 66 Brick Paved Broadway Street in Davenport, Oklahoma
Murals on Route 66 Brick Paved Broadway Street in Davenport, Oklahoma
Route 66 Brick Paved Broadway Street in Davenport, Oklahoma
Route 66 Brick Paved Broadway Street in Davenport, Oklahoma
Route 66 Brick Paved Broadway Street in Davenport, Oklahoma

While checking out all the best Oklahoma Route 66 attractions, also look for the Sapulpa Route 66 Mural, the El Reno Mother Road Monument, and the Gateway to Route 66 Arch. Also be sure to stop for lunch nearby at Rock Cafe in Stroud, Oklahoma.

Brick Paved Broadway Street

Address: 455-401, Broadway, Davenport, OK 74026
Hours: Always Visible
Cost: Free to See

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VAL BROMANN

Founder & Head Road Tripper

Val is the founder and head road tripper at Silly America. Having grown up near Berwyn's famed car kabob, The Spindle, and a restaurant with a cow on its roof, her fascination with roadside attractions started early. Today, Val has visited hundreds roadside attractions across the United States and is constantly on the lookout for the next BIG thing!