Did you know there's an abandoned strip of Route 66 in Oklahoma that you can still explore? The Sooner State has the longest stretch of the Mother Road, around 400 miles. We also have some of the most famous attractions along the highway.
Oklahoma has the longest stretch of Route 66 and some of the most iconic and historic sights and roadside attractions to be found on "The Mother Road." The Sooner State also has a Route 66 museum filled with memorabilia and artifacts.
This 1950s-style diner in Oklahoma on the legendary Route 66 is known across the Sooner State and the Nation for its tasty burgers and savory steaks. It's 2 restaurants in one, a 50's diner and a steakhouse. Both are equally delicious!
If you're looking to get into the Christmas spirit hit the Mother Road for an unforgettable holiday season. This small town in Oklahoma on historic Route 66 is the place to be if you're looking for comfort and joy.
Get ready for one of the coolest retro renovations in the Sooner State that will take you back to the 1950s. This once abandoned Oklahoma movie drive-in located on historic Route 66 is being completely rebuilt, remodeled, rejuvenated, and will be reopening to the public soon!
If you take the drive through Oklahoma on Route 66 you'll get to see famous landmarks like the Round Barn in Arcadia, the Blue Whale of Catoosa, the historic Coleman Theater in Miami, and of course the Route 66 Museum in Clinton, OK. If you've never been to the museum it houses one of the largest collections of Route 66 memorabilia around.