Itinerary – The Lone Star State, Route 66 and the Rodeo
Dallas & Fort Worth, Texas to Oklahoma

Regional Suggestions Dallas | Fort Worth | Oklahoma City | Tulsa

About this itinerary

Driving distance: 338 Miles
Recommended travelling time: 13 Nights
Recommended travel season: Autumn
Explore Southwestern America with a visit to Dallas, a cosmopolitan city in north Texas. From there, enjoy the Old West vibe in Fort Worth, learn about Native American culture and take a traditionally American road trip on Route 66 in Oklahoma.

Dallas, Texas


Fly into Dallas. Familiarise yourself with Dallas from the 470-foot-high Reunion Tower GeO-Deck and enjoy dinner at the Five Sixty restaurant, which is 50 stories up. Enjoy a complimentary ride on a vintage M-Line trolley to explore the city or visit the Dallas Museum of Art. Head to the Bishop Arts District with abundant shops, restaurants and bars to explore. Thrill-seekers should visit Six Flags Over Texas amusement park.
To next stop: 32 miles| Total distance travelled: 0 miles


Fort Worth, Texas

Take a short drive to Fort Worth, a modern city with a cowboy heritage. Visit the Stockyards National Historic District where you can buy a cowboy hat or books and visit a saloon. At the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame you can learn about the iconic women who shaped the local area. Take in the city and walk the 35 blocks of Sundance Square downtown with lots of shopping and dining options.
To next stop: 200 miles | Total distance travelled: 32 miles

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Head north to the Chickasaw National Recreation Area in Sulphur, Oklahoma. An area of outstanding natural beauty and rich in history. Explore the stunning surrounding countryside or visit the Chickasaw Cultural Center to learn about local Native American heritage. The café there also serves traditional foods to try. Continue to Oklahoma City where there are galleries and museums to explore and in spring the Dodge National Circuit Finals Rodeo.
To next stop: 106 miles | Total distance travelled: 232 miles


Tulsa, Oklahoma

Head out of Oklahoma City on Route 66 and continue onto Tulsa, Oklahoma's second largest city. Here, check out the Philbrook Museum of Art before travelling north to the Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve in Bartlesville where you will spot wildlife such as buffalo and elk. Continue north for about three hours to Strong City, Kansas to visit the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve, one of the last remaining areas of tallgrass prairie in the USA. Depart from Tulsa airport.
Total distance travelled: 338 miles

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