Continuing through northern Oklahoma, the city of Commerce offers plenty of Route 66 charm all its own. Old-school baseball fans, for instance, will be interested in checking out Mickey Mantle's Boyhood Home, which still stands on 319 S. Quincy Street in Commerce. You can walk around the house and even shag balls in the yard.
Getting hungry? Check out the Dairy King, a little burger and ice cream stand that began life as a Marathon gas station in 1927. Don't forget to ask for some of the famed Route 66 cookies.
Across the street, on the corner where Route 66 turns south, is a former Conoco, known today as Allen's Fillin' Station. Built in 1929, the station isn't functioning anymore, but it does offer up plenty of cool artifacts, including an original set of ethyl and regular gas pumps, a rusted model A top with slogans painted on it, an old outdoor gas station clock, and even a new sign that notes they service flying saucers.