The historic roadbed of Route 66 runs through downtown Waynesville where the most prominent building in town is the Pulaski County Courthouse. The building has a museum inside where visitors can see exhibits about the Civil War, both World War I and II, and Desert Storm. Even better, the original courtroom complete with wooden jury box remains. Before going inside, visitors can take a look at the courthouse exterior. For heartland Missouri, the detailing is more than a little unusual. Built in 1903 in the Romanesque Revival style with Italianate features, the two story red brick courthouse is an illustration of undeniable civic pride and optimism on the part of the citizens of none-too-large, turn-of-the-century Waynesville.
La estación de servicio Provine es una estación de servicio histórica en la ruta 66 de los EE. UU. En Oklahoma. Ubicada a media milla al sur de Hydro, Oklahoma y operada por Lucille Hamons desde 1941 hasta su muerte el 18 de agosto de 2000, el sitio se agregó al Registro Nacional de Lugares Históricos de EE. UU.
The McLain Rogers Park, in Clinton, Oklahoma, was built in 1934 and following years. It includes Art Deco architecture. It has also been known as Clinton City Park. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2004. The listing included four contributing buildings, nine contributing structures, and a contributing object.