The quintessential Route 66 road trip experience for families and kids visiting Oklahoma.
There’s a lot to love about Oklahoma. This diverse southwestern state showcases cowboy culture, Native American heritage, retro-cool Americana and charming historic attractions that are fun, educational and interactive for children of all ages. Perhaps most famous of all is Route 66, the iconic road that traverses eight states, but Oklahoma boasts the largest share of this driveable piece of history. Oklahoma’s mix of quirky roadside attractions – combined with numerous stunning state parks and rich Native American and Wild West museums and experiences – offers plenty of great places to stop and explore. Whether you and your family are looking for neon signs and photo ops or delicious diner food, cowboy experiences and cultural enrichment, Oklahoma has it all. The only challenge you’ll have is making sure you’ve allowed enough time to see it all on your Oklahoma road trip.
Where is Oklahoma and how do we get there?
Oklahoma is a Southwestern state in the United States of America. Australians can fly with United Airlines to San Francisco, Los Angeles and Houston and catch a connecting flight to Oklahoma City or Tulsa.