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Itinerary 66 State for State Attractions
State by State Top Ten Route 66's best bus and tram stations, attractions and sights. with a clickable symbol for each city on the maps. Bonuses: Historical City and Urban Route 66, Williams. and Seligman, birth place of Historical Route 66. Yes, to be honest, we have to say that the Grand Canyon is not on Route 66, but it would be a disgrace to be so near and not be there.
It' only 59 leagues upstate from Williams, AZ, less than an hour's car ride away. It is the place where Route 66 traverses the Mojave Desert, the San Andreas Fault and Hollywood, and reaches the sanddy Pacific coast of sun-kissed California. The Route 66 begins in Chicago's Windy City on the shore of Lake Michigan and meanders over The Land of Lincoln to the Mississippi with many interesting attractions.
These are our selections for the Top 10 Route 66 sights: In Illinois, four additional bonus attractions: Learn more about what Kansas has to offers travellers along the US 66. The Mother Road leads from St. Louis to Joplin through many cities with many interesting Route 66 classic cars. Here is the shortlist of those who made it into the top ten attractions.
Sixty-six Drive-In Theatre, Route 66, Carthage, Missouri, by Highsmith, Carol M. Circle Inn Malt Shop (Bourbon). Check out RV and Motorhome Parks & Campgrounds in Missouri. Search out RV and Motorhome Parks & Campgrounds in New Mexico. So what's to see in Oklahoma? Oklahoma has many attractions along Route 66.
Maybe you should have a look around (more OK-landmarks here). Check out RV and Motorhome Parks & Campgrounds in Oklahoma. Route 66 Texas is the second shorted (after Kansas), but it's full of lots of classic iconic sights, including those that made it into our top ten list:
Learn more about Route 66 in Texas or see these drop-down menus with a list of cities along the road: Check out RV and Motorhome Parks & Campgrounds in Texas.