Oklahoma Route 66 Museum
2229 W Gary Blvd, Clinton, OK 73601, United States
Review №1

Excellent. Must see for anyone traveling Route 66. It isnt the national one and it does favor Oklahoma, but it had amazing photos and exhibits from the earliest days to the end of the era. And it ultimately covers more than just Oklahoma...but the Oklahoma details are a great snapshot and fecal wonderful insights. Highly recommend. Oh! And be sure to checkout the outside dining car restaurant exhibit.

Review №2

What a fun and nostalgic stop! We were on a tight schedule so didnt do the tour, but definitely putting this spot on my list. Still got to see a few things in the shopping area and even bought a blouse! Nice people too.

Review №3

This museum was awesome! Def enjoyed it! A must see!

Review №4

Pretty darn cool! We like supporting all the small museums like this keeping the memories of yesterday alive...rock on

Review №5

Nostalgia reigns supreme in the well put together museum about all things Route 66. I enjoyed that they broke information up by decade and topic. It was very well done. Great visuals and artifacts. I especially enjoyed the replicas of vehicles throughout the time. Spent about 90 minutes here and it was well worth it.

Review №6

Really enjoyed it and brought back childhood memories. Great collection of route 66.

Review №7

This was our first time here. It was interesting and well organized in displaying the different decades.

Review №8

Great place to take pictures and get a little history of route 66. Not a lot to do so dont make a special trip out of it though.

Review №9

Lots of time line info nicely done. Worth the Senior fee of $5. Nice Rt. 66 merchandise.

Review №10

This was a fun trip. Adults and kids had fun. Prices arent bad, free for military. Its organized by time frame which worked really well.

Review №11

This stop took us about 30 minutes since we had two kids. If it was just me and my husband we would have spent longer. We would have liked to read all of the explanations on the whole Route 66 creation. The kids did enjoy the jaunt through the museum. They enjoyed seeing the cars, diner, and different eras of the Route. We all ejoyed learning a little more about the road we have traveled often. There is also a gift shop with some trinkets for the kids to take with them. The ladies at the front counter were extremly nice. This is a good stop to get out of the car on a long road trip. If you like history this is a great place to visit.

Review №12

A must stop if you are passing through. A small Museum but worth stopping in.

Review №13

So many great memories here of travel when it was fun and each town had a personality and local attractions. The interstates sure killed rural, small-town America. The museum is excellent.

Review №14

Great memorabilia and history of the route from the 1920s thru 2000s. Staff was very friendly and the gift shop packed with lots of goodies!

Review №15

Great history lesson about Route 66. Nice cars & music. Really enjoyed the museum.

Review №16

Learned some historical facts of the decades during Rt 66s construction and heyday. I really enjoyed the colorful backstory of Route 66.This place was actually the first Route 66 historical place I stopped. I recommend it. Take your time going through it and take in all it has to offer, reading all the info and listening to the recordings. Very interesting!

Review №17

Great museum with tons of information. The price for admission is reasonable. $4 for kids and $6 for adults. Stop and enjoy. We spent an hour here and my kids (14-6) enjoyed it.

Review №18

Everything was clean and well organized. Lots of news and history exhibits tying into why a Route 66 was so relevant back in the day. Lots of photos and several artifacts. I thought the museum was ok, but my dad really liked it.

Review №19

Super fun museum! Lots of neat stuff to look at and the gift shop had lots of cool gifts and shirts as well. Definitely recommend. Only $7 for adults to get in and kids are free. Staff is very friendly and it was spotless and well kept.

Review №20

I was in absolute heaven. Each Room Houses a different decade starting in the 1920s. Only $7

Review №21

Fun little place to check out. Not a long stop, but worth the time.

Review №22

What a great museum - really a must see even if youre not that much into Route 66!!

Review №23

I decided to take my mom on a Route 66 roadtrip for her 66th birthday. I had no idea this was here before I started planning. This place is amazing. So much history and videos playing in a few sections put you right there. If you need to sit you can enjoy a seat at the Sonic ice cream shop that I called Mels Diner Happy Days. My mom was overly excited when she saw the first camera she ever had The Browne made by Kodak at age 5. She got a little emotional reminiscing. Everything about this place was great, from the lady who greeted us from the moment we walked in, to the man who took our photo at the end, to the pink florescent light in the ladies room. Only thing I wish they had was a real burger joint.

Review №24

Wonderful piece of history. So sad to see how most of the buildings are gone. But this one is restored and really nice staff.

Review №25

Absolutely fantastic, a must stop. Great museum and a brilliant gift shop and fantastically maintained.

Review №26

A fantastic exploration of the history, the character, and ultimately the kitsch of our most famous highway, Route 66. Very informative on not only how it was built, but also how it was/is preserved today.

Review №27

Only 7 dollars. Walk through decade by decade of the museum and listen to the music that is American history. Really amazing stuff in here. The wax figures look like real people.

Review №28

I really enjoyed this, especially with the lower senior price of $5. They allow pictures inside and some things you can pose in. Great gift shop. Volunteers very helpful.

Review №29

What a fun place to visit! The museum was very nicely done and the staff are amazing!

Review №30

Really cool place to check out if your taking a route 66 roadtrip

Review №31

Terrific small museum. They are rightly proud of this small and VERY well maintained museum. The staff very helpful and knowledgeable. Loved the tour and the audio commentary.

Review №32

Great little museum and souvenir shop! We missed it on the way to Moab because it was Sunday and didn’t open till 1:00 but very happy to have caught it on the way back. It has a small admission fee but well worth it. It’s beautifully designed and lays out the history of Route 66 very well.

Review №33

Neat place to see, alot to learn about there

Review №34

Fun trip down memory lane. Its organized by decade & you get a brief history of each. Plan on a 45 minute stop. Very clean. Lots of photo ops.

Review №35

Visited the Museum now twice and loved each time. The staff are friendly and knowledgeable and the exhibits worth stopping for. If you enjoy Route 66 history and want to know more this is a must stop.

Review №36

This is a pretty cool place. Lots of history behind it

Review №37

Closed Mondays, but looked really nice

Review №38

Small museum but has a lot of antiques stuffs and interesting information about the mother of all roads (route 66). there is a souvenir store and the people were kind. The best for me was the Mustang in front of Museum being in perfect conservation state. There are other cars and pick up truck in very well shape.

Review №39

This was a great stop , there is so much to look at , so information. I found the display so nice.things labeled to give a good explanation to what you are looking at . The gift shop has so many different things , it easy to fine something for yourself, or to give to someone

Review №40

Very cool. Worth the stop.

Review №41

Lots to see. Learn about Route 66 life before the interstate system changed life on the road forever.

Review №42

Great museum, full of history and artifacts of route 66 throughout the decades. We made the trip from OKC and it was worth the drive. The gift shop is great and has lots of items to choose from. Good photo opportunities too.

Review №43

Loved this place played some Johnny Cash on the working juke box.

Review №44

Great stop.

Review №45

This was a great museum, full of artifacts, information, and videos of the iconic Mother Road. I think admission was only $7 or so, without any discounts or anything, which is a pretty good deal. If education isnt your thing, dont worry, theres tons to see here that is just plain neat. Although I have to imagine this would be ideal for a history report or something for kids as well. Great staff, great collection, clean and fully functioning museum... a real treasure in the middle of Oklahoma!

Review №46

Beautiful Musuem with plenty of things to look at. Very clean, well kept, and organized. We spent about an hour going through the exhibits.

Review №47

Lovely small museum with themed rooms for decade, friendly staff, worth stopping by

Review №48

Make sure to listen to the audio for each decade using your phone - it really adds to the experience. Customer service in the gift shop was awesome.

Review №49

It was closed due to the covid-19. Walked the outside.. It is supposed to open end of may.

Review №50

Pretty cool museum with plenty of cool facts about the history of route 66

Review №51

Although small, it is a very interesting and educational museum and the people here are nice

Review №52

This place is so cool.Having watched the TV show (back in the sixties) I just had to stop in! I am on a road trip in my Corvette convertible. I wish my buddy Joe had been with me.RIP my dear friend.

Review №53

What a great place to see the history of Rt 66.

Review №54

Was a really clean well kept museum. Very interesting museum. One of the best on the route 66 and we had done most. Great footage on the movie of the original road. Movie was amazing and very informative. Staff are very friendly in the shop and helpful. Goods in the shop are reasonably priced. Really enjoyed our visit. Had a photo taken of the cardboard cut out car, to go in our photo album

Review №55

Beep beep! Americas Main Street!

Review №56

Very nice museum. Its small and very specialized. But has some unique items.

Review №57

Very informative. Glad We got to stop. Nice staff and reasonably priced.

Review №58

Great history and memories!

Review №59

Enjoyed this museum. Lots of Oklahoma history along with the rest of the Route 66 highway from Chicago to California. Lots of old photos in which I love to see and lots of interactive attractions for kiddos and for the adult kiddos who grew up during this time. Would recommend stopping by this place if you are passing by.

Review №60

By far the best Route 66 museum we have seen on the Mother road. Covers history of the route in tranches of decades. Nice gift shop and 50s diner area in the lobby. Very friendly hosts that were very helpful.

Review №61

Nice presentation of history of Route 66. Great drop top Nova in lobby. Liked it and good value.

Review №62

One of the many great Route 66 museums. Well worth the visit.

Review №63

It was interesting. Everyone has heard of Rt 66. Most people probably dont know much about it.

Review №64

So many awesome bits of memorabilia of the Mother Road. The museum is very well done.

Review №65

Of you love the Mother Road youll enjoy this museum with plenty of historical exhibits

Review №66

Probably my favourite route 66 museum. Great stuff and some proper insight to the rise and fall of some parts of the mother road.

Review №67

Admission is cheap! The the museum does a good job telling the story of route 66 by the decade. Worth the visit

Review №68

Very nice museum loaded with a lot of Rt. 66 history !

Review №69

Was neat place to go. Bought lots of souvenirs.Would recommend stopping by.

Review №70

Enjoyable trip through the museum. Gives a good understanding off how things where.

Review №71

It was fun they have an exhibit of baby rattle!!

Review №72

Many route 66 museums but I enjoyed this one.

Review №73

Small but packed with memorabilia. Need hrs to read. Good displays and informative. Cute gift shop. $$$

Review №74

Fun place , small but well worth a stop, lots of info, friendly staff, nice displays

Review №75

Its a wonderful history lesson and the lady that greeted us was amazing she was a librarian with the knowledge of living there on 66 too if you get a chance its a must see

Review №76

Lots of Fun.

Review №77

Interesting place. We got there about an hour before closing but had time to go through.

Review №78

Cool memorabilia and interesting history of the road and the history of auto travel in the US. Its about the road and peripherals much not so than the cars.

Review №79

Great memorabilia for Route 66, the first east west highway from Chicago to Santa Monica. Lots of history, newspaper articles, photos from 1930s on.

Review №80

HelloIts realy clean and there is a lot of pictures with explications on the mother road, but.....Sincerely we have visit some free museum or place more interesting (for us)I prefer to see some old place with the old spirit of the road 66.But its only my mind of traveler.You can visit it.

Review №81

It was Sunday and not open when we were there. Fun to look in the windows.

Review №82

It is a rich history of Oklahoma s involvement in the Rt 66 highway system. Fascinating, yet sad.

Review №83

Very new and modern place for depicting old things! Informative!

Review №84

Great stop for those traveling the mother road. Lots of history about the OK portion and the entrance fee was reasonable.

Review №85

A must stop when visiting or traveling Route 66! Much to see and learn with wonderful displays and attractions! Excellent staff and great gift shop!

Review №86

This was a really good museum and a great place to take a break on my road trip

Review №87

Just one of many small but interesting places to visit while driving around the country.

Review №88

Extremely well done and complete museum covering all of Route 66 and focusing on the Oklahoma portion of course. Information is well presented but very dense if you have the time to check it out in depth, which could easily take a couple of hours. The shop is well stocked with souvenirs at good prices and the docents are very friendly but their knowledge varies depending on the individual of course. There are some great displays with old vehicles and objects as well as collages of newspaper clippings from all the eras of the highway.

Review №89

Loved this museum! My mom and I stopped in based on reviews on Roadside America app. We were not sorry. It was a very nice museum with many great exhibits as well as some cool interactive exhibits. Well worth a stop!

Review №90

Very cool Route 66 Museum with lots of exhibits and a fun video!

Review №91

Very informative .love the nostalgia.And its nice and cool inside.

Review №92

Great museum. Reasonably priced

Review №93

The staff was so friendly and knowledgeable. A great experience!

Review №94

Super fun! First class.

Review №95

Another great stop on Route 66 when traveling in your RV. Great place for photographs selfies and family memories

Review №96

Awesome Place, But My Customer Service Experience Was Horrible! Its Incredible That People Treat Solo Travelers Differently Then Everyone Else. I Was Looking Forward To Stopping Here, And Was Happy Until I Went To Check In. The Women Was Rude To Me From The Very Beginning, Then It Got Worse When I Didnt Put An Address In The Guest Box. Last Time I Checked, It Is Not Illegal To Not Officially Live Anywhere. Ran Through Real Quick, Snapped Some Photos, And Now Will Go Forward Being Sure Not To Recommend This Place. The Part I Dont Understand, Is How Can I Regret Coming To A Place Like This? People Should Not Be Judged. Those Who Work In Customer Service Should Treat Everyone The Same, Just As Everyone Else Should

Review №97

This is a must see stop. And retired veterans can sign a military register and get free admission. I want to go again and take my husband.

Review №98

Its a nice place to explore. And learn about the famous road of route 66

Review №99

Great place, very informative and fun. A must see if you are in the area.

Review №100

This was my favorite of all the Rt.66 museums that Ive visited. The museum is clean, modern, and collections are well spaced. You can easily read signs or look at displays without bumping into other people. The museum is well thought out in terms of layout and explaining the history and significance of Rt. 66 as well as the history of the country at the same time.The gift shop offered a nice array of tasteful souvenirs that were reasonably priced.

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  • Address:2229 W Gary Blvd, Clinton, OK 73601, United States
  • Site:
  • Phone:+1 580-547-4010
  • Amusement center
  • Museum
Working hours
  • Monday:Closed
  • Tuesday:9am–5pm
  • Wednesday:9am–5pm
  • Thursday:9am–5pm
  • Friday:9am–5pm
  • Saturday:9am–5pm
  • Sunday:Closed
  • Wheelchair-accessible entrance:Yes
  • Good for kids:Yes
  • Restaurant:No
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