Here’s a list of route 66 destinations:
The Owl Café, an Albuquerque landmark, the Owl Café has been helping to keep the spirit of old Rt 66 alive since 1986. The family friendly 50's style diner atmosphere, award winning menu, outstanding service, and super fun special events.
Tucumcari one of Route 66’s most iconic little towns.
Adrian, if there is one thing makes Adrian stand out among the lore of the old highway is that it is the halfway point between Chicago and Santa Monica on Route 66. This claim to fame is celebrated at Adrian's Mid Point Cafe, a fun place to stop and mingle with the locals over a piece of pie and a cup of coffee.
The Cadillac Ranch—let’s just call this a unique interactive sculpture.
The Big Texan, The world famous Big Texan Steak Ranch. A Route 66 landmark legend, home to the famous 72oz steak challenge .
Route 66 Museum Clinton—For the ultimate Route 66 experience the museum offers visitors a personal journey through the history of the nation's most revered highway.
Lucille’s Roadhouse- Route 66-themed, retro diner
Cowboy Hall of Fame houses more than 28,000 Western and American Indian art works and artifacts found in the many art galleries.
Will Rogers Ranch and Memorial .Museum in Claremore, Oklahoma memorializes entertainer Will Rogers.
Coleman Theater—built in 1929 this Vaudeville theater has had such headliners as Will Rogers, Tom Mix, Sally Rand, Bing Crosby, Jim Thorpe and Harry Blackstone. Enjoy a performance of the mighty Wurlitzer” pipe organ,
And the list goes one with little surprise stops and shout outs as we share the experience and history of Route 66.