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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Crossroads of America Sign in Sapulpa, Oklahoma

Crossroads of America Sign in Sapulpa, Oklahoma

Sapulpa, Oklahoma is known as “The Crossroads of America” due to its location on U.S. Highway 66 (once the main east/west highway of the western United States) and U.S. Highway 75 (which used to run from Canada to the Gulf Coast at Galveston, Texas but now stops in Dallas). At the intersection of Route 66…


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…


Car coming out of the roof of OK County 66 (John's Place) in Arcadia, Oklahoma

OK County 66 (John’s Place) in Arcadia, Oklahoma

Find the best of Route 66 in one backyard. At this Oklahoma attraction you’ll find replicas of some of the most well-known roadside attractions on Route 66. OK County 66 (John’s Place), in Arcadia, Oklahoma is one man’s vision and homage to the Main Street of America. After John Hargrove retired from a career as…


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. Muffler men roadside attractions are fiberglass giants who stand anywhere from 14 to 25 feet tall. Each has a similar design and was built…


World's Largest Soda Bottle at Pops 66 Soda Ranch in Arcadia, Oklahoma

World’s Largest Soda Bottle in Arcadia, Oklahoma

Pops 66 Soda Ranch on Route 66 is known for carrying more than 700 types of specialty sodas. But they are just as well known for the giant soda bottle outside. Visit the World’s Largest Soda Bottle in Arcadia, Oklahoma on your road trip. The World’s Largest Soda Bottle weighs over four tons and stands…


Route 66 Interpretive Center in Chandler, Oklahoma

Route 66 Interpretive Center in Chandler, Oklahoma

Step inside the Route 66 Interpretive Center in Chandler, Oklahoma to explore a collection of Route 66 exhibits, photographs, and memorabilia from the 1920s through the present. As you journey through the collections, the story of Route 66 is told through a series of video presentations that highlight the exhibits. This Oklahoma Route 66 museum…


National Route 66 Museum in Elk City, Oklahoma

National Route 66 Museum in Elk City, Oklahoma

The National Route 66 Museum in Elk City, Oklahoma celebrates the Mother Road in both Oklahoma and beyond. Focused on the people who lived and work on Route 66, along with the automobiles and places that defined it, the museum campus offers an interactive tour through history. With five museums in one, be sure to…


Route 66 Gateway Sign in Miami, Oklahoma Route 66 Landmark

Route 66 Gateway Sign in Miami, Oklahoma

Miami, Oklahoma is known as the Gateway to Route 66 across Oklahoma, being the first major stop after crossing the border from the short Kansas stretch. The town welcomes travelers with the the longest Main Street on all of Route 66 topped with the Route 66 Gateway Sign, a large arch stretching over the historic…


Dairy King in Commerce, Oklahoma

Dairy King in Commerce, Oklahoma

You can’t travel Route 66 without stopping at this vintage service station turned restaurant: Dairy King in Commerce, Oklahoma. Come for the vintage decor and stay for some ice cream and a famous Route 66 cookie. Built into an old cottage-style gas station, the Dairy King location started its life as a Marathon station in…


Tally's Good Food Café in Tulsa, Oklahoma Route 66 Restaurant

Tally’s Good Food Café in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Tally’s Good Food Café in Tulsa, Oklahoma opened on historic Route 66 in 1987. Despite the fact that that was a full two years after the famous route was decommissioned, it is now a must stop for breakfast, lunch, or dinner for road trippers stopping in Tulsa. The restaurant was founded by Tally Alame, who…


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