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Chandler, Oklahoma (Route 66)

Chandler was established in 1891 during the land run era in Oklahoma Territory. It was named after Judge George Chandler, who played a significant role in the town’s development.

Chandler gained prominence due to its location along Route 66, which was established in 1926. Route 66 was a highway that connected Chicago, Illinois, to Santa Monica, California, and became an iconic route for cross-country travelers.

Route 66 Attractions in Chandler, Oklahoma

  1. RT 66 Bowl Awesome oil and gas signs along with good food and games Address 920 E 1st St, Chandler, OK 74834
  2. Lincoln County Courthouse: This stunning Art Deco courthouse was built in 1939 and is a notable architectural landmark in Chandler. It’s located on Route 66 and is often photographed by visitors. Address: 811 Manvel Ave, Chandler, OK 74834
  3. Route 66 Interpretive Center: The Chandler Route 66 Interpretive Center is a must-visit for anyone interested in the history of the Mother Road. It offers exhibits, artifacts, and information about Route 66 and its significance in American culture. Address: 400 E 1st St, Chandler, OK 74834
  4. Seaba Station Motorcycle Museum: Located just outside Chandler, Seaba Station is a motorcycle museum that showcases a vast collection of vintage motorcycles and Route 66 memorabilia Address: 336240 E Highway 66, Chandler, OK 74834
  5. McJarry’s Route 66 Gallery author and artist Jerry McClanahan greets visitors from around the world

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