No Route 66 road trip is complete without a trip to Miami. Located right where the Mother Road enters Oklahoma from the northeast, Miami has a wealth of attractions — from one-of-a-kind diners to one of the most beautiful historic theaters in the country. Catch a performance at the Coleman Theatre, a refurbished theater built in 1929, or feast on a classic burger combo at Waylan’s Ku-Ku Burger, the sole remaining location of a burger chain from the 1960s.
Spend a day swimming, boating and exploring nearby Grand Lake which is known for its beauty and bountiful water recreation opportunities. Browse the collections at the Shawnee Tribe Cultural Center to learn more about the area's rich Native American history. And feel the excitement at one of the area's seven casinos where you'll find gaming thrills, delicious restaurants, resort-style lodging and amenities as well as plenty of big name entertainment year round.