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Lawton, Oklahoma

Fort Sill

Final resting place of Geronimo, Quanah Parker, and the first atomic gun ever fired.
Austin, Texas

O. Henry Museum

The former home of one of America's greatest short story writers is home to an annual pun competition.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Jim Thorpe Museum

This small museum inside a larger sports complex honors the first Native American to win an Olympic gold medal for the U.S., and his life of achievement and struggle.
Imperial, Missouri

Mastodon State Historic Site

More than 12,000 years ago, this park was a playground for mastodons.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Flaming Lips Alley

In Oklahoma City's Bricktown, there's a street that don't use jelly.
Kansas City, Missouri

Thomas Hart Benton Home and Studio

The life of one of America's pre-eminent painters is frozen in time in the home where he lived, worked, and died.
Tulsa, Oklahoma

Meadow Gold Sign

This 1930s-era Route 66 Tulsa landmark was moved, restored, and filled with neon.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Oklahoma Railway Museum

A crew of die-hard train buffs spent decades turning a defunct stretch of railway in Oklahoma City into a museum now home to over 50 antique and restored trains.
Sponsored by Visit Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

First Americans Museum

The largest single-building tribal cultural center in the U.S. is an expansive museum in Oklahoma City.
Sponsored by Visit Oklahoma City
Paris, Arkansas

Magazine Mountain

A large stone map of Arkansas awaits visitors to its highest point.
Little Flock, Arkansas

War Eagle Cavern

One of the oldest show caves in Arkansas.
Burnet, Texas

Longhorn Cavern

An immense cave that has served as an outlaw's treasure trove, an underground dance hall, a nuclear fallout shelter, and much more.
Tulsa, Oklahoma

The Blue Dome

A Route 66 filling station that was designed to resemble the Hagia Sophia, and is now the symbol of an arts district.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Milk Bottle Grocery

This giant mimetic milk bottle has encouraged Route 66 travelers to choose dairy since 1948.
Houston, Texas

Houston Airport Subway

The only airport with a people mover system designed by Walt Disney Imagineering.
Tahlequah, Oklahoma

J.T. Nickel Family Nature & Wildlife Preserve

The largest protected conservation area in the Ozarks—a region that stretches into northern Arkansas and southern Missouri.
Norman, Oklahoma

The Moore-Lindsay Historical House Museum

A historical house furnished with authentic pieces from the Victorian period.
Little Rock, Arkansas

The "Little Rock"

Yup, that's where the name came from.
Eureka Springs, Arkansas

Blue Springs Heritage Center

The largest spring in Northwest Arkansas is also home to a sprawling botanical gardens and a historically significant bluff.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Oklahoma City Underground

Travel through the hidden underbelly of the city in colorful tunnels filled with art and history exhibits.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Thirty Nine

Named for the 39 tribes that live in Oklahoma, this restaurant's menu deliciously highlights local flavors.
Hot Springs, Arkansas

Thermal Spring Cascades

Two gushing waterfalls of hot spring water within a block of each other.
San Diego, California

Panama-California Sculpture Court

A hidden courtyard houses early 20th-century plaster masterpieces.
San Francisco, California

Fort Point

Beneath the southern end of the Golden Gate Bridge is the “Gibraltar of the West Coast,” a fort built to protect the San Francisco Bay from naval attack.