Must See Route 66 Attractions

Lou Mitchell's Restaurant, Chicago

Travel the Mother Road at the start of the famous Route 66 at 565 W. Jackson Boulevard and eat some great food.

Chain of Rocks Bridge, St. Louis

Chain of Rocks Bridge is an iconic structure you won't want to miss if traveling near St. Louis, MO.

Oklahoma Route 66 Museum, Clinton

To have the ultimate experience while driving Route 66, don't miss the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum in Clinton, OK.

U-Drop Inn, Shamrock, Texas

Built in 1936, the U-Drop Inn Cafe is another great place to stop along Route 66.

Cadillac Ranch, Amarillo, Texas

Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo, Texas was created by a bunch of art loving hippies called the Ant Farm.

El Rancho Hotel Gallup, New Mexico

El Rancho Hotel originally was a premier luxury place to stay in the Southwest along Route 66.

Blue Whale of Catoosa, Oklahoma

Built in 1972, the Blue Whale is one of Route 66's famous roadside attractions and can be found in Catoosa, OK.

Wigwam Motel, Holbrook

Located in the Arizona desert, the Wigwam Village Motel lets visitors sleep in one of 15 real Indian teepees.

Snow Cap Drive-In, Seligman

Another interesting place to grab breakfast along Route 66 in Seligman, Arizona.

Santa Monica Pier, California

Initially built in 1909, the Santa Monica Pier now houses many entertainment options such as an amusement park.

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