This building has been brought back from the grave with thousands of hours of work put in by dedicated people and I am glad they put in the effort. The construction is very unusual so it was good to see. They history is all set out to read on the walls and has a quirky shop inside. Worth the time... 更多
We had stopped at Pops for lunch and since the Round Barn was really close by we decided to stop. The architecture of this barn is absolutely amazing. Wow!! There really isn't a lot to see, but worth the stop. There is a "gift" shop on the main level that contains some Route 66 items and other miscellaneous stuff. The... 更多
The round barn is a very historic place to visit and quiet unique. Built in 1898 the barn was restored in 1992 after the roof collapsed. Visitors are welcome to tour the upper and lower sections. The lower section of the barn contains a gift shop and a collection of historic pieces. The upper section of the barn is empty.... 更多
This was one of my longest Route 66 riding days with only 3-4 'must see attractions' on the itinerary. I was running a little behind on time and almost drove past, however given it was 100+ in the heat, I needed the rest, water and shade. So glad I did stop. After entering the barn, I was surprised how cool... 更多
Fun stop on our trip from OKC to Tulsa! This is one of those quirky stops that make road trips worthwhile. We loved getting to stop in, see the history of the place. A few musicians were playing folk music on guitars in the space upstairs, and the "gift shop" was fun for a quick stroll!
Unfortunately, we stopped after hours so the barn was not open, but it's another interesting stop along Route 66. Walk around the grounds to see various views of the barn. It had an official Route 66 sign. Across the road (Old Route 66) see a monument about the Will Rogers Highway.