Oklahoma Route 66 Museum

Route 66, the “Mother Road” of American car culture, ran from Chicago to California. There is probably no state where the “Mother Road” was more important than Oklahoma, not only because it was the major east-west thoroughfare in the state, but also because it was the route of the great dust-bowl Okie migration, which changed the history of two states and the entire country. The Oklahoma Route 66 Museum has collected signs, artifacts, and memorabilia of the road into a comprehensive exhibition of its history and culture.

Click here for a map of the Route 66 Museum and surrounding area.

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