Heart of Route 66 Auto Museum
Heart of Route 66 Auto Museum began as a dream, of Richard Holmes, a Tulsa attorney, and car enthusiast.
In 2012 Holmes began putting together an advisory board that was all car lovers and collectors who all shared his dream. And the search for a suitable venue began. It has taken a long time, but the new Heart of Route 66 Auto Museum is finally a reality.
With three huge garage doors, even a World War II tank would be able to make its home within the walls of the museum. With 10,000 square feet of space, the building now shows off antique car displays on the drill room floor.
At the other end of the building, an area highlights the military use of the building, along with a space dedicated to honoring the Mother Road: Route 66.
Admission: $6.50 (includes tax) Children under 12 free
Open: Tuesday – Saturday 10-4 pm, Sunday 12pm – 4pm
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