TravelOK Launches Route 66 Passport: We’re in it!

TravelOK has launched a fun new initiative encouraging Oklahomans to get out and start exploring the Mother Road, right in our own backyard. The new Oklahoma passport is out now, and includes 66 stops where visitors can get their passport stamped.

We got a sneak peek at the Claremore Main Street office last week. In our area, stamps can be obtained at Claremore Main Street, JM Davis Arms & Historical Museum, Will Rogers Memorial Museum, The Nut House, and the Blue Whale. Stops are scattered all across the state, and it’s a great way to get some travel in during these pandemic days.

You can order your Oklahoma passport for free HERE, and they’ll soon be available at Claremore Main Street, 419 W. Will Rogers Blvd.

Oklahoma…Come see for yourself!

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