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Oklahoma Route 66 Museum

Located off I-40 at Exit 65
2229 W. Gary Blvd.
Clinton, OK 73601
(580) 323-7866
Director: Pat Smith
Collection Specialist: Casey Garrett

Summer Hours
May 1 - Aug 31
Mon - Sat  9am to 7pm
Sun1pm to 6pm
Winter Hours
Sep 1 - Apr 30
Mon - Sat  9am to 5pm
Sun1pm to 5pm
Sundays & Mondays December - January
Students (6-18)$1.00
(under 6)
Admission fees and gift shop proceeds aid in the daily operations and programs sponsored by the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum.

Oklahoma Route 66 Museum

Photograph of the Route 66 Museum at night

For the ultimate Route 66 experience, visit the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum in Clinton, OK. The museum's galleries have recently been redesigned to offer visitors a personal journey through the history of the nation's most revered highway. Encounter the iconic ideas, images, and myths of the Mother Road. Learn about the dreams and the labor needed to make the road a reality. Experience the dust bowl as thousands streamed along the road, away from drought and despair and towards the "land of promise." Listen to the sounds of the Big Band Era, when the roar of the big trucks and the welcome home cries to returning soldiers dominated the road. Sit at the counter or a booth in the 1950s diner and feel the open road as America's families vacationed along the length of Route 66. You just might overhear the family's chatter as they eat their lunch. The museum also offers changing special exhibits, focusing on the Route 66 experience.

May 1 to August 31,the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum is open Monday through Saturday, 9am to 7pm and Sunday, 1pm to 6pm. September 1 through April 30, the museum is open Monday through Saturday 9am to 5pm and Sunday 1pm to 5pm. The museum is closed Sundays and Mondays during December and January, all state holidays, and the first week of January. Admission is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors (65 and up) and $1 for students (6 through 18 yrs.) Children under six are admitted free. Special tour rates are available for groups of 10 or more, at $3 per person. For more information, contact the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum at 580-323-7866 or email