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When you need a snack for the road, stop by Claremore's Route 66 Nut House.

When you need a snack for the road, stop by Claremore's Route 66 Nut House in Oklahoma.

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Route 66 Nut House is a Tourist Attraction in Claremore. Plan your road trip to Route 66 Nut House in OK with Roadtrippers.

The Oklahoma Route 66 Museum in Clinton takes visitors on a voyage through the history of the Mother Road, decade by decade.

A psychedelic Volkswagen bus helps represent the sixties at the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum in Clinton.

Take a road trip down Oklahoma's section of Route 66 and stop at OK County 66 to see miniaturized versions of famous Mother Road attractions from across the country in one spot.

Take a "road trip" down Route 66 at OK County 66 and see miniaturized versions of famous Mother Road attractions from across the country in one spot.

Stop by and see the Bowling Ball Yard Art in Nowata, Oklahoma. The creator has made amazing sculptures, recreated logos and much more by recycling bowling balls. It's a fun roadside attraction everyone will love.

Bowling Ball Yard Art in Nowata, Oklahoma was created by Chris Barbee in loving memory of his wife. Barbee used to decorate her rose garden with bowling balls before she passed away in

Lucille's Roadhouse packs Route 66 charm into a 1950s style diner with delicious food. Come for the nostalgia and stay for the burgers and chicken fried steak.

Lucille's Roadhouse packs Route 66 charm into a style diner with delicious food. Come for the nostalgia and stay for the burgers and chicken fried steak at this Weatherford, Oklahoma restaurant.

Oklahoma's stretch of Route 66 is filled with quick stops and roadside attractions that kids will love.

This collection of Oklahoma Route 66 attractions, museums, shops and restaurants will entertain the kids while on the Mother Road.

An order of loaded #cheese fries is a must at #EskimoJoe's in Stillwater, #Oklahoma.

An order of loaded cheese fries is a must at Eskimo Joe's in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

Oklahoma has the most drivable miles of Route 66 in the country with plenty of terrific attractions along the way. Planning a trip is easy with the help of this handy article.

Discover Oklahoma's top attractions along Route 66 from renowned museums to quirky roadside attractions.

Get your kicks on Route 66 and drop by local family-owned diners for a cup of coffee, a slice of pie and good conversation as you trek across Oklahoma.

A cruise along Oklahoma's stretch of Route 66 during the winter months is a surefire way to cure cabin fever and warm up your winter with the nostalgia and friendly faces of the Mother Road.

The Gold Dome Building along Route 66 in Oklahoma City was the fifth geodesic dome constructed in the world when it was built in 1958 and is now on the National Register of Historic Places.

The Gold Dome Building along Route 66 in Oklahoma City was the fifth geodesic dome constructed in the world when it was built in 1958 and is now on the National Register of Historic Places. (The one in Tempe was demolished in

The Milk Bottle Building in Oklahoma City's Asian District is a fun and unique Route 66 landmark. The wedge shaped building was constructed in the 1930s, but the giant milk bottle on top that makes it a popular photo stop along the Mother Road was not added until 1948. Fifty years later, it was accepted as an historic site and added to the National Register of Historic Places.

The Milk Bottle Building in Oklahoma City is a great photo-op along Route This quirky piece of advertising was created in the late for local dairy companies and it is now on the National Register of Historic Places.

Have a fun day in the sun at Oklahoma City's Route 66 Park just off Lake Overholser. The 148-acre park has three ponds, wetland boardwalks, walking trails, a playground, observation tower and a skate court.

Have a fun day in the sun at Oklahoma City's Route 66 Park just off Lake Overholser. The park has three ponds, wetland boardwalks, walking trails, a playground, observation tower and a skate court.

Ann's Chicken Fry House in Oklahoma City has served tasty homestyle food for decades.  Located in a one-time gas station, it has a retro flair, but seating is limited, so get there early.  Steeped in nostalgia, this Route 66 landmark – notable for the Pepto Bismol-pink Cadillac and vintage police car parked out front  Ann’s boasts wonderful fried chicken and fried green tomatoes.  Save room for dessert, and sample deep-fried peaches or coconut pie.  Doesn't accept credit cards.

Pile on the gravy and get ready to loosen your belt a notch. You'll want to stop at Ann's Chicken Fry House in City the next time you're on With diner charm, undeniably good recipes and a welcoming staff, it's an experience that can't be beat.

How about a road trip on Route 66 to POPS in Arcadia, Oklahoma? The kids are sure to love having 600 sodas to choose from and the diner style food.

POPS, in Arcadia has quickly become a Route 66 roadside icon known not only for its retro diner, but also for its tall soda pop bottle sculpture. At night the bottle dazzles Mother Road travelers with a display of LED lighting patterns.