I enjoyed visiting this great piece of Americana. One of the iconic Route 66 roadside attractions. Staff was friendly and was able to provide so much information on the history of The Blue Whale. The visitors I met were from here and there all over. All polite and so friendly.
Very nice, friendly staff. Lived in Oklahoma for 43 years. Drove so close so many times, but would have visited sooner if I'd realized how close, and how nice. Great stop! Well kept restrooms. Nice gift shop and very friendly host.
Cute place to take pictures and site see. Could use some cleaning on the whale to help with spider webs. The worker was nice and full of information. She made the experience in the gift shop nice.
I was flying out of Tulsa but had an hour to kill. Looked up local attractions and found this! It didn't disappoint. Route 66 is a bucket list for me and it was fun to see a part of it. The whale is almost as old as I am so that was fun for me too. I sat up on the tail and soaked in the sunshine. I was dissappointed that the gift shop wasn't open because I had heard that was a fun part of the visit but it didn't ruin the visit. In the 45 minutes I was there, about 30 people stopped by to check it out too. Popular little attraction! Great memory.
Super cute free place to stop off the highway with the kiddos. They have sand and sand toys for the kids that are free, the whale to walk through, and you can fish. NO SWIMMING on premises though. There is also a gift shop and area for picnics.