Oklahoma – Attractions

Coleman Theatre

Address: 103 N Main St, Miami, OK 74354, United States
Phone: +1 918-540-2425

Built at the end of the roaring 1920s, the Coleman Theatre along Route 66 in Miami defines the era. In the age of vaudeville and silent films, the Coleman was an entertainment destination for all ages. Today, the theatre hosts concerts, plays and even silent films again. Designed in Spanish Mission Revival style, the beautiful building invites visitors to step inside and be transported back in time.


The Gold Dome

Address: 1112 NW 23rd St, Oklahoma City, OK 73106, United States
Opened: 1958

The Gold Dome, a geodesic dome in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is a landmark on Route 66. The historic building is the fifth geodesic dome constructed in the world, and was known for being “one of the nation’s most revolutionary bank designs”.

Today, the Gold Dome is an event center, business complex and multicultural hub. It is open to the public and has several meeting spaces available to hold public or private events.


The Blue Whale in Catoosa

Address: 2680 Oklahoma 66, Catoosa, OK 74015, United States
Phone: +1 918-694-7390

The Blue Whale of Catoosa is a waterfront structure, located just east of the town of Catoosa, Oklahoma, and it has become one of the most recognizable attractions on old Route 66.

The Blue Whale was originally built by Hugh S. Davis, a zoologist and family man who envisioned the whale as a special place where his grandchildren could play and swim in the nearby pond. His sketches of the mammal grew until they reached 20 feet tall and 80 feet long.


Route 66 Vintage Iron Motorcycle Museum

Address: 128 S Main, Miami, OK 74354, United States
Phone: +1 918-542-6170

See an amazing collection of more than 40 antique motorcycles at Route 66 Vintage Iron in Miami. Stroll through an array of motorcycles, including classics like a 1917 Harley Davidson and a very rare 1919 GCS. Admire the wall of vintage helmets, then visit the gift shop for a souvenir or motorcycle accessories. Route 66 Vintage Iron also showcases Evel Knievel memorabilia, such as his jump helmet, personal items and a set of his x-rays.


POPS – Arcadia

Address: 660 Oklahoma 66, Arcadia, OK 73007, United States

One of the more recent additions along the highway, POPS is now a part of the roadside landscape and is a truly unique destination. The sleek, ultra-modern architecture of the building is only overshadowed by an iconic 66-foot tall pop bottle sculpture sitting out front. Visit POPS at night to watch the sculpture’s LED lights fill the sky with changing color.

A four-ton, 66-foot sculpture of a soda bottle covered in dazzling multi-colored LED lights in front of POPS can’t be missed and pays tribute to the main attraction at POPS: over 600 kinds of soda. From berry soda to classic cola, POPS has it all.


Totem Pole Park – Foyil

Address: 21300 E Highway 28A, Chelsea, OK 74016, United States
Phone: +1 918-283-8035

Stop by Totem Pole Park near Foyil to see the world’s largest concrete totem pole, located right off Route 66. Totem Pole Park, a quirky and popular roadside stop along the Mother Road, was started by Ed Galloway in 1937 as a tribute to the American Indian.

Ed Galloway’s Totem Pole Park consists of eleven objects and one building on 14 acres in Rogers County, Oklahoma. The park is ten miles north-east of Claremore and is located 3.5 miles east of historic U.S. Route 66 and Foyil.