Gateway to Route 66 Arch in Miami, Oklahoma

Gateway to Route 66 Arch in Miami, Oklahoma

No road trip across Route 66 is complete without a stop in Miami. Miami, Oklahoma that is. Miami (pronounced “My-am-uh”) is known as the Gateway to Route 66, and there is an arch to prove it. Miami is known as the Gateway to Route 66 across Oklahoma, being the first major stop after crossing the …

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One Room Jail in Texola, Oklahoma Route 66 attraction

One Room Jail in Texola, Oklahoma

On most road trips you probably try to avoid going to jail. But when traveling on Route 66, you might just want to seek this one out: the One Room Jail in Texola, Oklahoma. Texola is a small, near-deserted ghost town on the border of Oklahaoma and Texas. It’s the last stop in the state …

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66 Bowl sign at Rt 66 Bowl in Chandler, Oklahoma

66 Bowl sign at Rt 66 Bowl in Chandler, Oklahoma

You’ll be bowled over by this Route 66 attraction. Rt 66 Bowl in Chandler, Oklahoma has entertainment for all with nostalgia to spare. Just look for the 66 Bowl neon sign out front. Rt 66 Bowl opened in Chandler in 2016. The entertainment center features bowling lanes, an arcade, laser tag, mini golf, and more. …

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French Dip Sandwich and fries at Lucille’s Roadhouse Diner in Weatherford, Oklahoma Route 66

Lucille’s Roadhouse Diner in Weatherford, Oklahoma Route 66

Lucille’s Roadhouse Diner in Weatherford, Oklahoma is a Route 66 themed restaurant that pays homage to one of the most beloved stops on the Mother Road. Opened on Route 66 in 2006, it’s been serving up delicious breakfasts, lunches, and dinners with a side of history for over a decade. The exterior of Lucille’s Roadhouse …

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Will Rogers Highway sign at Lucille's Historic Highway Gas Station in Hydro, Oklahoma on Route 66

Will Rogers Highway Markers in Oklahoma

Historic Route 66 goes by many names, from the Mother Road to the Main Street of America. Another nickname for the two-lane highway is the Will Rogers Highway. Will Rogers traveled from 1892 to 1895 on a a 40-mile cattle trail that eventually became part of Route 66 in 1926. Do to a big role …

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Lucille's Historic Highway Gas Station in Hydro, Oklahoma on Route 66

Lucille’s Historic Highway Gas Station in Hydro, Oklahoma on Route 66

Officially known as the Provine Service Station, this vintage service station in Hydro, Oklahoma on Route 66 is more commonly known as Lucille’s Historic Highway Gas Station or, simply, Lucille’s Place. In 1927 Carl Ditmore built this two-story gas station just south of Hydro, Oklahoma along Route 66. The bungalow-style craftsman building features a hinged …

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Standing Brave Giant Indian Chief in Big Cabin, Oklahoma Route 66 roadside attraction

Standing Brave: Giant Indian Chief in Big Cabin, Oklahoma

Find this roadside attraction on your Route 66 road trip: the Chief Standing Brave statue is a giant Indian chief statue in Big Cabin, Oklahoma. The Giant Chief Standing Brave Statue has been standing since 2001 and is located outside of the Woodshed, a family-owned truck stop and travel plaza that has gas pumps, a …

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Oklahoma Route 66 attractions mural at the Mother Road Market in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Mother Road Market in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Route 66

Traveling on Route 66 and not sure if you’re in the mood for a slice of pepperoni pizza, a Nashville hot chicken sandwich, a double hamburger topped with cheese, a double scoop of ooey gooey butter cake ice cream, or an All-American breakfast? Don’t worry, I know the place for you. The Mother Road Market …

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Oklahoma Route 66 Museum in Clinton, Oklahoma

Oklahoma Route 66 Museum in Clinton, Oklahoma

Journey through the history of the Main Street of America in Oklahoma. The Oklahoma Route 66 Museum in Clinton takes you on a tale through time. Just pull over when you see the bright red neon sign and the bright red vintage car in the window. Operated by the Oklahoma Historical Society, the Oklahoma Route …

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Car coming out of a building at OK County 66 - John's Place in Arcadia, Oklahoma - reproductions of famous Route 66 roadside attractions

OK County 66 – John’s Place in Arcadia, Oklahoma

Find the best of Route 66 in one backyard. At this Oklahoma roadside attraction you’ll find all the best of the Mother Road without having to bother with a long drive. OK County 66, or John’s Place, in Arcadia, Oklahoma is one man’s vision and homage to the Main Street of America.  After John Hargrove …

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