There’s so much to see and do on Oklahoma’s 400-plus miles of Route 66. The Oklahoma Route 66 Passport features 66 of the state’s memorable Mother Road stops.
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Want to complete your own passport? Start by ordering it here.
Then, it's time to hit the road. Bring your passport to each of the book's 66 stops, and the friendly folks there will stamp the corresponding page for you.
The book is divided into Eastern, Central and Western sections. Once you’ve got all the stops completed for a section, take the passport into one of the eight Oklahoma Tourism Information Centers that are managed by the Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department. Each one is open seven days a week during regular business hours, except for the State Capitol location – it is only open Monday through Friday.
A staff member will sign your completion page for that region and give you your prize — a portion of a fun Route 66 magnet. Return once you get each stretch finished to get the other magnet pieces.
Once you complete all three sections, bring your passport back to the Tourism Information Center. A staff member will verify that it's complete, stamp your book and give you a free collectible Route 66 coin.
Both the red and yellow Route 66 Passports are now available in a digital format. Download the official TravelOK Trip Planner app on the Apple App Store or Google Play to get started. When you get to each stop, you'll find a code displayed that you can enter to digitally check in.
Some of the 66 stops are even offering special deals to travelers who bring in their passports to be stamped. Here's some of what you'll find:
Buck Atom's Cosmic Curios on 66, Tulsa: With any purchase of $20 or more, receive a free Buck Atom sticker and postcard.
Will Rogers Memorial Museum, Claremore: Receive a free pocket quote book.
If a passport stop is closed when you stop by, just snap a selfie with it. Show it to an Oklahoma Tourism Information Center employee, and they can stamp that page of your passport.
1. Erick Tourism Information Center
17672 E I-40, Erick
2. State Capitol Tourism Information Center
2300 N Lincoln Ave., Oklahoma City
3. OKC Tourism Information Center
12229 N I-35 Service Rd., Oklahoma City
4. Blackwell Tourism Information Center
3575 N I-35, Blackwell
5. Sallisaw Tourism Information Center
I-40 at Mile Marker 313, Sallisaw
6. Midwest City Tourism Information Center
7200 SE 29th St, Midwesy City
7. Miami Tourism Information Center
20 N Eight Tribes Trail, Miami
8. Thackerville Tourism Information Center
20569 Rest Area Rd, Thackerville
McLain Roger's Park - Travelers can now get their stamp for McLain Rogers Park at the Clinton Chamber of Commerce, which is open 8am-5pm, Monday-Friday. On the weekends, visitors can obtain the park's stamp at the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum in Clinton.
The Brick Delights - permanently closed (please find your stamp for this location at the nearby Gallery @ 112 listed below)
ADDITIONS AND/OR COMBINATIONS
Replaced Greenwood Cultural Center with Greenwood Rising
Combined National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum with Adventure District – also includes American Pigeon Museum & Library, 45th Infantry Division Museum, National Softball Hall of Fame and Museum, Oklahoma City Zoo, Oklahoma Railway Museum, Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum, Science Museum Oklahoma
REMOVED - ALL YELLOW PASSPORT STRETCHES
City of Commerce
Waylan’s Ku-Ku Burger (Miami)
Green Country Café (Afton)
The Nut House (Claremore)
The Campbell Hotel & Event Centers (Tulsa)
Stroud Drug (Stroud)
City of Davenport and Davenport Chamber of Commerce
West Y Liquor Store (Wellston)
Skeletons: Museum of Osteology (Oklahoma City)
American Banjo Museum (Oklahoma City)
City of Yukon
Canadian County Historical Museum (El Reno)
McLain Rogers Park (Clinton)
Elk City Chamber of Commerce and Convention & Visitors Bureau
Bazaar on 66 (Elk City)