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The iconic 66-foot tall soda bottle illuminates the dark night sky outside of POPS along Route 66 in Arcadia.
Vintage structures of the Mother Road are still visible along historic Route 66.  This bridge is located near Sapulpa.
A massive bison sculpture greets travelers on Route 66 near Sapulpa.
More than 400 driveable miles of Route 66 stretch across Oklahoma from border to border.
The Will Rogers Memorial Museum in Claremore includes a theater that displays Rogers' movies.  Located along Route 66, the museum offers a nostalgic look at the life of the American icon.
Vintage cars seem like a perfect fit on the Historic Route 66 Ribbon Road in Miami.  The Ribbon Road is the last section of the original 9-ft-wide Mother Road built in the 1920s.
A large eye-catching Route 66 sign welcomes visitors to the National Route 66 Museum in Elk City.
The Blue Whale in Catoosa has been a Route 66 icon for generations.  Once a popular swimming hole, visitors still flock to this spot featured in many international Route 66 guidebooks to snap a photo or enjoy the nostalgia.
The Route 66 Park in Oklahoma City pays homage to the Mother Road and features a playground, interpretive plaza, watchtower on the shore of Lake Overholser and wetlands with boardwalks.
Catoosa's Blue Whale is one of the most recognizable Route 66 roadside icons and is featured in guidebooks around the world.  Once a favorite swimming hole, the site now offers a nostalgic photo-op along the Mother Road.
Lucille's Roadhouse Lounge in Weatherford is a retro diner located on historic Route 66.  The diner is modeled after an actual cottage-style gas station run by Lucille Hamons for decades.  The original station still stands on Route 66.
Opened in 1929, the Coleman Theatre in Miami hosts silent movies, children's events, ballet and jazz band performances.
The Oklahoma Route 66 Museum in Clinton features antiques and nostalgic displays that tell the story of the famous Mother Road.
The Round Barn of Arcadia at night.  The Round Barn has been a Route 66 icon in Arcadia for decades.
The National Route 66 & Transportation Museum in Elk City is part of the Old Town Museum Complex.  In addition to Route 66 history and nostalgia, the Old Town Museum Complex features a variety of individual buildings that each house mini-museums chronicling Oklahoma life around the turn of the 20th Century.
The Seaba Station Motorcycle Museum in Warwick is housed in an historic Route 66 filling station building and home to more than 65 vintage motorcycles.
The former Seaba Filling Station in Warwick is now a Route 66 landmark and home to the Seaba Station Motorcycle Museum with more than 65 vintage motorcycles on display.
Ann's Chicken Fry House on historic Route 66 in Oklahoma City serves homestyle favorites such as chicken fried steak with mashed potatoes and gravy.
The Oklahoma Route 66 Museum in Clinton depicts The Mother Road throughout the decades of her history.
Travel to Route 66 Vintage Iron in Miami for plenty of antique, vintage and retro motorcycles on display along Route 66.
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