Giant Route 66 Sign at the National Route 66 Museum in Elk City, Oklahoma

Route 66 Must See Stops

Route 66 is an iconic road that spans 2,400 miles from Chicago, Illinois to Los Angeles, California. Though the official road was decommissioned in 1985, road trip loves from around the world still flock to the Mother Road for a sense of nostalgia and the thrill of the open road. At every turn of the … Read more

Blue Whale of Catoosa on Route 66 in Oklahoma - Route 66 Roadside Attraction

Top 15 Oklahoma Route 66 Attractions

Historic Route 66 runs 2,238 miles between Chicago and Los Angeles and around 400 of those miles run through Oklahoma. At every turn you’ll find something new and fun to see. Whether it’s a piece of original road, a classic diner, a weird roadside attraction, or an informative museum, Oklahoma Route 66 attractions abound on … Read more

Gathering Place in Tulsa, Oklahoma - public park

Gathering Place in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Midway through my half Route 66 road trip from Chicago to the midpoint in Adrian, Texas, I hit a bit of a slump. I’d been driving for days, making so many stops, taking photos, self portraits, videos, and social media content. All I wanted was to spend some time in my amazing AirBNB and take … Read more

Route 66 Brick Paved Broadway Street in Davenport, Oklahoma

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. … Read more

Woody Guthrie Mural in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Woody Guthrie Mural in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Woody Guthrie (1912-67) was a writer, folksinger, and illustrator whose work focused on the social, political and economic issues of his day. Born in Okemah, Oklahoma, his ties to the state ring strongly. This Woody Guthrie Mural, painted in his honor, can be found on the west side of the Tulsa Paper Company Building, which … Read more