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Afton Station Packard Museum

12 SE 1st St, Afton, OK 74331-2323
+1 918-284-3829
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So often I've driven down Route 66 and never stopped by. If you're into nostalgia or old cars then... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Kevin S
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Dyersville
Even fun to look at from the outside

One of my regrets is that I missed getting there when it was open. Off season it was open Thursday... read more

Reviewed 29 April 2018
VTyankee
,
Burlington VT
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12 SE 1st St, Afton, OK 74331-2323
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Reviewed 3 days ago

So often I've driven down Route 66 and never stopped by. If you're into nostalgia or old cars then this is definitely a place to stop. The place is packed and I mean packed from end to end with beautiful cars. And that's not even...More

Thank Kevin S
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Reviewed 29 April 2018

One of my regrets is that I missed getting there when it was open. Off season it was open Thursday thru the weekend. But you can get an idea of it from the outside, and even see a real Packard moldering into dust. The nice...More

Thank VTyankee
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Reviewed 4 April 2018

Route 66 stop---the only one around for miles. This is a ghost town-no interesting pictures to take-no where to eat. Continue North to Miami to eat. The gas station is in good shape-has some things for sale and a bathroom. $5 per person to see...More

Thank Katherine L
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Reviewed 18 October 2017

Very nice small auto museum located in a restored 1930's D-X gas station. The station was the first 24-hour station on Route 66. Mostly dedicated to Packards, but there are a few other cars and memorabilia also. I think there are about 18 Packards, all...More

Thank Kenneth R
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Reviewed 31 August 2017

1935 DeSoto (was our favorite), several vintage Packard's and gas station memorabilia. It is worth the trip. Make sure you get a souvenir!

Thank Spike S
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Reviewed 21 August 2017

If you like Packards, this is a great place to see a few that are very well maintained. There were couple of 1953's and a 1936 and 1937, among numerous other ones. The operators of the museum were very friendly. The souvenir shop had some...More

Thank Friendship53
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Reviewed 15 May 2017 via mobile

Dropped in on way through on Route 66. Merchandise was a little different than seen in other stores and picked up plate "Where the hell is Route 66" which we attached to the front of our friends car. The vehicle display was worth visiting as...More

Thank GrantHay
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Reviewed 19 October 2016 via mobile

The Afton Station Packard Museum is a great Route 66 stop. It is not large - less than twenty cars or so. The Packards are unique and in near pristine condition. The 1934 V12 is probably worth a quarter million or more. Fee is only...More

Thank CoolPapaGreen
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Reviewed 13 October 2016

Nice gift shop and some great cars and memories in the museum. Stop and check it out! They also added old gas pumps since my last time thru.

Thank jm64832001
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Reviewed 23 August 2016

This is a neat Old Time Filing Station filled with neat refurbished old cars. It is ran by a nice couple.

Thank 655pamh
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