Wheeler Ferris Wheel and OKC Sign in Oklahoma City

Wheeler Ferris Wheel and OKC Sign in Oklahoma City

Come around and take a spin on this Oklahoma City attraction: the Wheeler Ferris Wheel and big OKC Sign. The Wheeler District is an up-and-coming neighborhood in Oklahoma City. Located between downtown and Capitol Hill. There are new developments, shops, public spaces, and restaurants being built to revitalize this area of the city. At the … Read more

Classen Inn Motel in Oklahoma City

Classen Inn Motel in Oklahoma City

If you’re looking for a unique hotel in Oklahoma City that combines vintage charge, modern amenities, and plenty of Instagram-worthy moments, you’ve got to spend the night here: The Classen Inn in Oklahoma City. The Classen Inn is an intimate 18-room motel to features a colorful and kitschy vintage look. The renovated building was built … Read more

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

Route 66 in Oklahoma: a complete list of Oklahoma Route 66 Attractions

If you’re looking for classic roadside attractions, iconic diners, informative museums, and nostalgic nods to the past, a road trip on Route 66 in Oklahoma offers everything you’re looking for. Pull over at any and all of the stops on this complete list of Oklahoma Route 66 Attractions and start planning your road trip on … Read more

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

Cyrus Avery Centennial Plaza in Tulsa, Oklahoma celebrates Route 66

Cyrus Avery Centennial Plaza in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Cyrus Avery is known as the father of Route 66. He created the route while a member of the board appointed to create the Federal Highway System. He pushed for the establishment of the U.S. Highway 66 Association to pave and promote the highway that is so famous today. His legacy is celebrated in Tulsa, … Read more

Rock Cafe in Stroud, Oklahoma Route 66 restaurant

Rock Cafe in Stroud, Oklahoma

This Route 66 restaurant ROCKS. And it has been rocking since 1939. The Rock Cafe in Stroud, Oklahoma is a nostalgic road trip stop, with delicious food that you can’t miss. Rock Cafe was built in 1936 and opened on Route 66 in 1939. Roy Rives built the restaurant using local materials, such as a … Read more