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POPS, in Arcadia has quickly become a Route 66 roadside icon known not only for its retro diner, but also for its 66-foot tall soda pop bottle sculpture. At night the bottle dazzles Mother Road travelers with a display of LED lighting patterns.
A psychedelic Volkswagen bus helps represent the sixties at the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum in Clinton.
A retro-styled sign points the way to the Route 66 Park in Oklahoma City.  The park is situated along the Mother Road and features a playground, interpretive plaza, a watchtower looking over Lake Overholser, wetlands with boardwalks and more.
The Mohawk Lodge Indian Store was the first trading post in Indian Territory.  It opened in 1892 as a beading house for Cheyenne women to make and sell their handmade creations. The store was moved to its present location on Route 66 in Clinton in 1940.
Lucille's Roadhouse Lounge is a retro-themed diner along Route 66 in Weatherford.  Stop in for a meal or a tasty treat and a dose of nostalgia.
Step inside Lucille's Roadhouse Lounge and step back in time as you travel along Route 66 in Weatherford.
It doesn't get much more nostalgic than a classic Corvette on the Mother Road.  Exhibits like this one at the National Route 66 & Transportation Museum in Elk City help visitors explore the history of the famous highway and those who traveled it.
Conjure up some nostalgia, sit a spell in a classic car and watch "The Blob" at a drive-in movie exhibit at the National Route 66 Museum in Elk City.
Mohawk Lodge Indian Store in Clinton is a Route 66 icon and historical treasure trove.  Equal parts museum and store, this unique shop offers hand-crafted items and Pendleton blankets for sale, interspersed among treasures from the past.
When traveling Route 66, you can't miss POPS with its gargantuan glowing pop bottle in Arcadia.  The POPS diner serves up family-friendly meals, while the store sells Route 66 merchandise and is famous for its selection of hundreds of flavors of soda pop.
POPS has quickly become a Route 66 icon with its towering LED pop bottle.  The convenience center includes a gas station and diner, but it is best known for its vast selection of hundreds of flavors of soda pop that are quite popular with the kids.
The nostalgia of Route 66 brings travelers from around the globe to Oklahoma, where there are more driveable miles than anywhere else.  Unique Route 66 merchandise is plentiful in stores and museums along the highway, also known as America's Main Street.
The National Route 66 and Transportation Museum in Elk City celebrates the Mother Road and America's love affair with the automobile.
The Round Barn in Arcadia is a popular roadside stop on Route 66.
Four miles south of Route 66 on Highway 28A in Foyil, Totem Pole Park, featuring the world's largest concrete totem pole, is a popular tourist stop.
This sleek hood ornament graces a vintage Packard at Afton Station, a museum located in a restored D-X gas station on Route 66 in Afton.
To save money as portions of Route 66 were paved, the concrete was poured just 9 feet wide, creating the Ribbon Road near Miami.
Western Trail Trading Post features a variety of antiques and collectibles in a faux Old West setting on Route 66 in the old Britton area of Oklahoma City.
The Gold Dome is a popular piece of Oklahoma City architecture found right on an alignment of Route 66.
Kids' meals are served up in boxes shaped like vintage automobiles at Lucille's Roadhouse on Route 66 in Weatherford.
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