This Bizarre Roadside Attraction In Oklahoma Is Unlike Anything You've Ever Seen
There are plenty of roadside attractions in Oklahoma but few have the creativity and uniqueness of Pops in Arcadia. Pops is an iconic Route 66 attraction that boasts the world’s largest pop bottle outside and over 700 flavors of soda pop inside. So whether you call it soda or pop, head to this must-see Mother Road attraction in Oklahoma.
Have you ever visited this bizarre (but cool) roadside attraction? If so, did you try any weird flavors of pop?
Looking for more bizarre roadside attractions in Oklahoma? Here are several must-see spectacles around the Sooner State!
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Oklahoma is home to over 400 miles of Route 66 -- also known as the Mother Road -- more than any other state in the country. So it’s no wonder that it is full of interesting, historic and iconic Route 66 attractions along the way. The next time you’re ready for a little road trip, head out to Oklahoma’s Route 66 and check out these 12 iconic roadside attractions:
- The Blue Whale: This unusual roadside attraction in Catoosa, Oklahoma, was built in the 1970s and was a popular swimming hole when it was open to the public. It is closed for swimming, but is still an iconic spot to take some great pictures.
- Route 66 Museum: To learn more about the history of Route 66 and the transportation industry, head to Clinton to the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum. The museum is full of artifacts, memorabilia, signs and much more.
- Lucille's Service Station & Roadhouse: This old-school service station was built in 1929 in Hydro when travelers were taking advantage of the Route 66 Highway. It is only one of two gas/service stations left of its kind on Route 66 in Oklahoma. The vintage gas pumps can still be found outside, although they are not still in use.
- Round Barn: Another quirky roadside attraction in Arcadia, Round Barn is a must-see along Route 66. Even before Oklahoma was a state, the Round Barn stood as an icon on Oklahoma land. The barn was built in 1898 and has become an iconic landmark along Route 66. You can stop into the barn's gift shop and see exhibits of Route 66 memorabilia.