National Route 66 & Transportation Museum
Located on Route 66 in Elk City, the National Route 66 & Transportation Museum encompasses all eight states through which the Mother Road runs. Visitors can see numerous artifacts and antique cars along rare historical documents that capture the spirit of Route 66. You won't be able to miss Myrtle, a giant kachina doll standing nearly two stories high at the museum entrance. While you're there, take a "drive" along Route 66 in a 1955 pink Cadillac or watch an old film at a theater. The museums part of the Elk City Museum Complex are Old Town Museum, Farm & Ranch Museum and Blacksmith Museum.
The Old Town Museum is based in a beautiful two-story Victorian house, where guests will find mementos of early day pioneer life, displays in the Stars & Stripes room, a Native American Gallery and more. Upstairs, the museum is dedicated to cowboy and rodeo memorabilia donated by the Beutler Brothers Rodeo Stock Producers. The Farm & Ranch Museum showcases tools of the trade from early farm life in western Oklahoma like tractors, barb wire collections and windmills. The Blacksmith Museum details how blacksmiths transformed iron and steel into useful objects by heating, hammering, bending and cutting. Displays include weapons, horseshoes and tools.
Single Museum Entry: $3
Senior citizens discount and group/family rates available. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.