Oklahoma Route 66 Attractions

Around 432 miles of Route 66 wind through Oklahoma, making it one of the longest stretches of the eight states on your Mother Road journey. Starting in Miami, going through Tulsa and Oklahoma City, and ending in Texola, there are quintessential Oklahoma Route 66 attractions to see at every turn of the road.

You’ll find quirky tourist attractions, historical museums, vintage diners and drive-throughs, fun souvenir shops, and classic motels and hotels on this stretch of your road trip, including some of the best roadside attractions on Route 66.

Looking for the best Oklahoma Route 66 attractions to add to your road trip itinerary? Use the filters below to search our Oklahoma directory by location, attraction type, or keyword to fill your travel plan, whether you’re spending a weekend in Tulsa, taking a day trip from Oklahoma City, or traversing all 432 miles of The Main Street of America across the state.

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El Rancho Grande Mexican Food Restaurant in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Route 66

El Rancho Grande Mexican Food Restaurant in Tulsa, Oklahoma

El Rancho Grande Mexican Food Restaurant in Tulsa, Oklahoma has been serving classic Tex-Mex staples to locals and Route 66 travelers since 1953. El Rancho Grande originally opened in 1951 on Boulder Avenue, but moved to its current location on Route 66 two years later, where it has been serving delicious fare ever since. Ruby…


Wildflower Breakfast with two sunny side up eggs, one bacon, one ham, one sausage, hash browns, and biscuit & gravy at Wildflower Cafe in Tulsa, Oklahoma Route 66 Restaurant

Wildflower Cafe in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Wildflower Cafe in Tulsa, Oklahoma is a popular spot for breakfast, brunch, or lunch located right in the heart of Route 66. Look for the glowing neon sign at the corner of East 11th St (Historic Route 66) and South Peoria Ave. and enter into the comforting and quirky space where you'll enjoy friendly staff…


Buck Atom’s Cosmic Curios on 66 in Tulsa, Oklahoma Route 66 Attraction

Buck Atom’s Cosmic Curios on 66 in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Buck Atom’s Cosmic Curios on 66 was opened by Mary Beth Babcock in 2018. The quirky shop is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma in a repurposed classic 1950’s PEMCO gas station.  Visit the Route 66 souvenir shop to take home a memento of your road trip trip. Find Buck Atom, Stella Atom, and Route 66 t-shirts,…


Buck Atom Space Cowboy Muffler Man in Tulsa, Oklahoma Route 66 Roadside Attraction

Buck Atom Space Cowboy Muffler Man in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Buck Atom’s Cosmic Curios on 66 opened on Route 66 in 2018. The quirky souvenir shop is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma in a repurposed classic 1950’s PEMCO gas station. A year after opening the shop’s mascot, a space cowboy named Buck Atom, was brought to life in the most spectacular of ways: with a giant…


Stella Atom Space Cowgirl Uniroyal Gal in Tulsa, Oklahoma at Buck Atom's Cosmic Curios on Route 66

Stella Atom Space Cowgirl Uniroyal Gal in Tulsa, Oklahoma

In June 2024 a new Route 66 roadside attraction landed in Tulsa, Oklahoma: the Stella Atom Space Cowgirl Uniroyal Gal at Buck Atom’s Cosmic Curios on 66. Buck Atom’s Cosmic Curios on 66 opened on Route 66 in 2018. The quirky souvenir shop is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma in a repurposed classic 1950’s PEMCO gas…


Buck's Vintage on 66 in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Buck’s Vintage on 66 in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Buck's Vintage on 66 is a curated vintage shop that is located directly behind Buck Atom's Cosmic Curios in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Opened in June 2023, the shop is housed in a converted home (previously Buck’s Cosmic Crash Pad AirBnB) and carries an ever-changing array of vintage items and vintage-inspired products. Outside look for a paint-by-numbers inspired…


Hi-Way Cafe in Vinita, Oklahoma Route 66 Restaurant

Hi-Way Cafe in Vinita, Oklahoma

Hi-Way Cafe in Vinita, Oklahoma has been a popular stop for a bite to eat on Route 66 since 1963. Tom Schwartz opened the restaurant in 1963. Located on Route 66 and Jefferson Highway, it soon became a welcome stop for travelers. In 2011 Alan and Beth Hilburn (high school sweethearts who have been married…


The Big Indian at Hi-Way Cafe in Vinita, Oklahoma Route 66 Restaurant

The Big Indian in Vinita, Oklahoma

On November 10, 2023, a new attraction was installed on Route 66 at Hi-Way Cafe in Vinita, Oklahoma: The Big Indian. The Native American statue was made by Rodman Shutt, a sculptor from Strasburg, Pennsylvania who made giant sculptures across the Northeast in the 1960s and ‘70s. Since 1974, this sculpture stood outside Native and…


Big Bill Muffler Man/Mobil 1 Muffer Man at Hi-Way Cafe in Vinita, Oklahoma Route 66 Restaurant

Big Bill Muffler Man in Vinita, Oklahoma

Meet one of the newest muffler men on Route 66: the Big Bill Muffler Man in Vinita, Oklahoma. Find the roadside attraction right outside of Hi-Way Cafe. In 2022 the synthetic motor oil brand Mobil 1 held a national event called “Keep Route 66 Kickin’.” With the mission to promote Route 66, they traveled across…


Muffler Men Cutouts (Giants Display) in Calumet, Oklahoma Route 66 Muffler Man Mural

Muffler Men Cutouts (Giants Display) in Calumet, Oklahoma

There are plenty of muffler men on Route 66. But this one comes with a twist. The Muffler Men Cutouts (Giants Display) in Calumet, Oklahoma are a must-see road trip attraction. This is one of the many muffler man roadside attractions on Route 66. Muffler Men are fiberglass giants who stand anywhere from 14 to…


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