Experience The

Arcadia
Round Barn

The Round Barn is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is more than a century old.
It is the only round barn on Route 66.

Built in 1898

The Arcadia Round Barn is located in Arcadia, OK.  Six miles east of Interstate 35 on Route 66.  Admission is FREE.

Exhibits and a gift shop are located inside. Outdoor displays consist of primitive farm implements.

The beautiful upstairs loft can be reserved for special events.

  • Plan Your Visit

    Hours, Location, Exhibits

  • Loft Rentals

    Weddings, Parties, Fundraisers

  • Music & Events

    Jam Sessions, Livestreams, Rallies

Recent News

A big thank you to our dedicated volunteers for their continued devotion to keep the Barn open to the public and COVID-19 safe during these extraordinary times.

Singer-songwriter T.Z. Wright

Elm Tree concert, Round Barn Rendezvous coming up in Arcadia

ARCADIA – Singer-songwriter T.Z. Wright will present the Elm Tree Concert on Sunday, June 6, and the monthly ...
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Memorial Day 2021 - Buffalo Rogers and Rick Reily Elm Tree Concerts - Arcadia Round Barn

Rick Reiley, Buffalo Rogers to present Two Elm Tree Concerts

Two Elm Tree Concerts and the regular Saturday morning concert are coming up during Memorial Day weekend at ...
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Middle Sister, Robin Brooks and Susan Pierce

Elm Tree Concert coming up at Arcadia Round Barn

ARCADIA – The singer-songwriting duo “Middle Sister” will present an Elm Tree Concert from 1 to 3 p.m. ...
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Upcoming Events

The Arcadia Barn presents Virtual Barn Online Music Performances benefitting The Arcadia Historical & Preservation Society. 

Stay up-to-date with the Arcadia Historical Society

More on The Round Barn maintenance needs, 1903 First Methodist Church restoration, Richardson Building, and more!

  • 5 star review  My daughter and I loved it. We took a friend and he loved it too! A lot of history and the acoustics in the loft is a really great experience! (We took turns trying out our singing voices!) This place is definitely worth your time. And...it's free admission!!

    thumb Shelly Elaine
    5/23/2021

    5 star review  There is so much history of the area. The volunteer was most informative. I loved the goods offered for sale. I will be back and definitely bring our friends that come to visit.

    thumb Mernice Lanier
    5/11/2021

    5 star review  An interesting concept from the past, this structure has been restored and is open to the public. Tons of interesting facts about the times and how the restoration was accomplished. A site worthy of a visit.!

    thumb Tom Bates
    5/07/2021

    5 star review  A little bit of Americana on route 66. The staff was friendly and very knowledgeable. Glad we stopped by. The ceiling/roof alone was an amazing work of art worth seeing!

    thumb Joel Sterling
    5/03/2021

    5 star review  My grandson and I stopped by we love history and historical sites. Beautiful day 🙏🇺🇸🦅💙💯

    thumb BIGDADDY IAM
    1/17/2021

    4 star review  The gift shop was closed but the barn was open. It was really neat looking inside.

    thumb Zach Jackson
    1/15/2021
  • 5 star review  Route 66 must!

    thumb KaLinda Nichols
    9/20/2020

    5 star review  A little bit of Americana on route 66. The staff was friendly and very knowledgeable. Glad we stopped by. The ceiling/roof alone was an amazing work of art worth seeing!

    thumb Joel Sterling
    5/03/2021

    5 star review  My grandson and I stopped by we love history and historical sites. Beautiful day 🙏🇺🇸🦅💙💯

    thumb BIGDADDY IAM
    1/17/2021

    4 star review  The gift shop was closed but the barn was open. It was really neat looking inside.

    thumb Zach Jackson
    1/15/2021