Route 66 Museum
Route 66 only ran through Lebanon for 32 years, and it's been gone since 1957. An exhibit at this museum admits that the town didn't even want a "Route 66;" it wanted a Route 60, which was considered a more prestigious round number. But Lebanon is glad things worked out as they did.
Lebanon opened a Route 66 museum in its town library. The highlight is a recreated indoor gas station, complete with vintage gas pumps, a rusty guard rail, and a real 1950s car parked under the service awning. There's also a collection of salt and pepper shakers from Route 66 restaurants, and a library of Route 66 books and maps that you can read while sitting in comfy chairs covered in Route 66 upholstery.