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Oklahoma's Historic Route 66 Audio Tour
Oklahoma's Historic Route 66 Audio Tour, created by the Oklahoma Historical Society, guides visitors along the Mother Road by providing information about attractions along the way. Click the orange website button listed above and select your stop number to hear the name, address and background information about each attraction.
To view the full list of attractions, click on the red text that says "View Oklahoma's Historic Route 66 Audio Tour," located on the right side of this page.
The audio tour runs east to west, beginning at the Coleman Theater in Miami and ending at the Magnolia Service Station in Texola. Other stops along the way include Totem Pole Park in Chelsea, the Blue Dome Historic District in Tulsa, the Rock Cafe in Stroud, the Round Barn in Arcadia and the Route 66 Museum in Clinton. The tour also features lesser-known attractions including road segments, bridges, service stations and more.
- Chandler Route 66 Interpretive Center
- Chelsea Motor Inn
- Coleman Theatre
- Lincoln Motel
- National Route 66 & Transportation Museum
- Oklahoma Route 66 Museum
- Round Barn
- Sayre RV & City Park
- Seaba Station Motorcycle Museum
- Rock Cafe
- Historic Route 66
- Totem Pole Park
- Blue Dome Entertainment District
- Gold Dome Building
- Campbell Hotel
- Route 66 Brochure
- Route 66
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