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The Old Round Barn

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Kathleen wrote a review Oct 2020
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This barn was built in 1898. It was thought that the round shape would keep it standing upright and intact during the storms and tornadoes that frequent the area. This is very near POPS, just down the road. I took off one point for parking. If it's busy, it could be full.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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TravelingBill wrote a review Oct 2020
Glendale, Arizona461 contributions431 helpful votes
Never seen anything like it. Very nicely restored. Make certain to go upstairs. "Workers" there were too busy sleeping or reading to answer any questions.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Ethel G wrote a review Aug 2020
Wellston, Oklahoma17 contributions9 helpful votes
The round barn is free and great for a history lesson. Easy to park and just visit. Sits right on old highway 66.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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tom g wrote a review Aug 2020
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina457 contributions79 helpful votes
It’s not easy to bend boards and this structure is all about bending wood. When you go to the interpretive center in Chandler you see a video on the restoration of this barn. Well worth the stop to appreciate the work.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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jbwhitehouse wrote a review Aug 2020
Dallas, Texas1,510 contributions678 helpful votes
Built in 1898 this historic barn that is on Route 66 was originally made of native bur oak and is the only round barn on Route 66. Climb the stairs to the beautifully restored intricate basket-weave woven-look beautiful domed roof. Outside are some vintage farm equipment. Inside the first floor is an extensive gift shop with information related to the barn. Entrance to the barn building is free, though there is a suggested donation. Restrooms are on site in a separate building. Good stop.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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