Oklahoma Route 66 Museum

Oklahoma Route 66 Museum 2229 W Gary Blvd
Clinton, OK 73601

Phone: 580-323-7866
Fax: 580-323-2870
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The state's official showcase of Route 66, operated by the Oklahoma Historical Society, offers visitors a spirited tour of pure Americana. Focusing on transportation and the complete history of Route 66, exhibits begin with "the world's largest curio cabinet" offering special treasures collected from along the route. Each exhibit room is flavored by the legendary music in keeping with its particular theme, like "Will Rogers Highway" by native son Woody Guthrie and the Eagles' "Hotel California."

Along the way, visitors will see vehicles and ...

The state's official showcase of Route 66, operated by the Oklahoma Historical Society, offers visitors a spirited tour of pure Americana. Focusing on transportation and the complete history of Route 66, exhibits begin with "the world's largest curio cabinet" offering special treasures collected from along the route. Each exhibit room is flavored by the legendary music in keeping with its particular theme, like "Will Rogers Highway" by native son Woody Guthrie and the Eagles' "Hotel California."

Along the way, visitors will see vehicles and hear music while experiencing the history and culture of each decade concerning road construction, transportation, lodging, restaurants, garages, curio shops, attractions and other artifacts, graphics and videos. At the end of their trip down the "Main Street of America," visitors catch their breath in the theater before stopping in the "Curio" gift shop with its wide selection of signs, books, videos, clothing, toys, games and other mementos.

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  • Discounts: Senior Discount

  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Credit Cards Accepted, Gift Shop

  • Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Group Rates Available, Tour Group Welcome Reception

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-40, Route 66

  • Suitable for Ages: Adults (18+), Children (up to 12), Teens (13-18)

  • Tour Information: Guided Tours, Self-guided tours

Summer Hours (May - August):
Monday - Saturday: 9am-7pm
Sunday: 1-6pm

Spring/Fall Hours (February - April; September - November):
Monday - Saturday: 9am-5pm
Sunday: 1-5pm

Winter Hours (December - January)
Tuesday - Saturday: 9am-5pm

The museum is closed for the first two weeks in January, as well as all state holidays.

Children (5 and under): Free with paid admission

Children (6-18): $1

Adults (19-64): $5

Seniors (65 and older): $4

Group Rates (10 or more): $3

While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.

From I-40, take exit 65.

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From TravelOK.com Staff on 06/22/15

Candy, the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum is an attraction the whole family will enjoy. For more information, please click the orange website button at the top of this page. Thank you for using TravelOK.com!


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