10 Best Things to See on Oklahoma Route 66

by Valerie Bromann @ Silly America

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Let's take a look at 10 of the must-see attractions on this stretch of your road trip.

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Blue Whale of Catoosa

The Blue Whale of Catoosa has been a Route 66 icon since 1972.


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Buck Atom Space Cowboy Muffler Man

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.


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Ed Galloway’s Totem Pole Park

Ed Galloway began work on the "World’s Largest Concrete Totem Pole” in 1937. It stands at 60-feet tall.


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Pops 66 Soda Ranch

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!


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Arcadia Round Barn

Arcadia Round Barn is the only wooden round barn in Oklahoma. Farmer William Harrison Odor built the oddly shaped barn in 1898.


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World’s Tallest Gas Pump

Outside of the Heart of Route 66 Auto Museum in Sapulpa is the World’s Tallest Gas Pump.


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Lucille’s Historic Highway Gas Station

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.


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Oklahoma Route 66 Museum

The Oklahoma Route 66 Museum takes travelers for a journey across the Mother Road and through history.


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Allen’s Conoco Fillin’ Station

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.


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El Reno Mother Road Monument

Unfortunately there is no ketchup in this 170-foot tall catsup bottle, instead the structure serves as a water tower for Collinsville, Illinois


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