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Arcadia & Edmond, OK

The little town of Arcadia has two really neat Route 66 attractions, the Round Barn and Pop's Cafe and Station, don't miss either one.
Old Route 66
1926 alignment east of town where the current road turns north ... read more
xHillbillies Cafe & BnB
Route 66
This was probably a busy little spot in the old day when it statrted out as a gas station and tourist cabins ... read more
xBiker Shak
Route 66
This seems to have been a cabin from the Hillbillee complex, but was the Biker Shak when we first ... read more
Richardson Building
Look for this little building when entering Arcadia from the east. the round barn is just past it, as this picture shows ... read more
xTuton's Drug Store
201 N. Main St.
Since 1917 this little building has served the community of Arcadia well, first a bank, then a long time drug store, later a grocery ... read more
xArcadia Round Barn
107 E. Highway 66 Arcadia, OK 73007
The Round Barn has stood here for well over 100 years, becaming a landmark on Route 66 and is still ... read more
xPop's Station & Cafe
660 W. Route 66
Pop's is close enough that if you are spending the night in Oklahoma City you can easily drive back out for a burger or ... read more


Edmond
sits on the original 1926 Route 66, just west of Arcadia and north of Oklahoma City.

xGiant Cross
I-35 and 2nd St.
This 138 foot tall cross was dedicated in 1998. Coming from the east on 66 it is hard to miss as you cross I-35 ... read more
xChief Touch the Clouds Statute
2nd St. at Garland Godfrey Dr. 
Touch the Clouds was a Minneconjou Teton Lakota (Souix) chief in the late 1800a and very early 1900s ... read more

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x About Us We started traveling Historic U.S. Route 66 as a destination in 2009. It's like a 2,400 mile long drive back in time from Chicago to Santa Monica! more
xDid You Know: Many parts of the old 4 lane Route 66 were reverted to a 2 lane road after 66 was realigned to the interstate. In many places the abandoned lanes are still there.