by Valerie Bromann @ Silly America
The Blue Whale of Catoosa has been a Route 66 icon since 1972.
Past meets present at Buck Atom’s Cosmic Curios on 66. In 2019 they unveiled their very own larger-than-life fiberglass mascot: Buck Atom.
Ed Galloway began work on the "World’s Largest Concrete Totem Pole” in 1937. It stands at 60-feet tall.
Stop into Pops 66 and peruse the 700 plus sodas on display for purchase. Be sure to check out the world's largest soda bottle too!
Arcadia Round Barn is the only wooden round barn in Oklahoma. Farmer William Harrison Odor built the oddly shaped barn in 1898.
Outside of the Heart of Route 66 Auto Museum in Sapulpa is the World’s Tallest Gas Pump.
The gas station was owned by Lucille Hamons, known as the “Mother of the Mother Road,” who owned and operated it from 1941 to 2000.
The Oklahoma Route 66 Museum takes travelers for a journey across the Mother Road and through history.
Known as the “Hole in the Wall Conoco Station,” this old cottage-style service station was built into a brick wall of an existing building.
Unfortunately there is no ketchup in this 170-foot tall catsup bottle, instead the structure serves as a water tower for Collinsville, Illinois