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We read about this stop in a Route 66 travel guide. The staff were very friendly and knowledgeable. Admission to the museum is 5$ for adults and was well worth it. They have several video exhibits and you can even watch them while reclining on...More
Small interpretive museum and gift shop dedicated to the sights and sounds of the Mother
Road. Video histories of the Route 66 highways and the motels, restaurants, and roadside attractions of yesteryear. Great gift shop with an informative staff. Fortified building is the place to...More
I went here today not expecting to see much but I am SO amazed.. This Historical Building was built like Ft. Knox and you got to see it.. Totally remodeled years ago and has a awesome Rt. 66 gift shop and museum.. the Armory Main...More
As I had a long day of riding/attractions ahead of me, I needed to reduce my visit to an hour or so. Being half way through my adventure, I had already visited several museums and – to be frank - was starting to experience a...More
This place certainly makes a good entrance when it comes to luring tourists inside. It's a former Armory, built during the 1930s. They say the walls are 20 inches thick, so this place will be here for a while.
The Oklahoma National Guard left it...More
Beautiful venue. Perfect for small or large wedding. They supply all the table and chairs as well as several items for décor. HUGE commercial kitchen has warmers and 2 large refrigerators. No Oven or cooktop but everything else you can imagine. WILL use this venue...More
If you like to go back in time and see how things were this is the place for you, there are several small movie areas you can sit and watch or even lay down on a bed and watch, short movies usually 3-5 minutes long....More
We went into this interpretive center, which was in an old armory building. They had different movies that you could watch regarding route 66. You could sit in old car seats, or lay on plastic beds, which was interesting because the screens were on the...More