An original location on both Route 66 and the Jefferson Highway, Vinita has a rich history as the state’s second oldest city. Browse recreated buildings like a general store and doctors office at the Eastern Trails Museum, then explore downtown Vinita where you can browse antique shops, locally-owned boutiques and more. Along the Will Rogers Turnpike in Vinita, you’ll spot the impressive Will Rogers Archway, also known as the Glass House, where you can dine in a glass bridge with a view over the highway. Back in town, Clanton’s Cafe is an iconic Route 66 institution that has been serving hungry travelers since 1927. Try the popular chicken fried steak, but be sure to save room for one of their homemade pies! Or venture over to the historic Hi-Way Cafe where you can satisfy your appetite for downhome comfort food in a friendly, Route 66 themed atmosphere.