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Route 66 standard tours: 15 days/14 night itinerary Route 66 holiday is a true riding experience across the US. Prairies, mountains, cowboys, indians, motels, diners, old cars. A living memorablia of past decades of the once thriving main road of America.
In 1938, Route 66 became the first completely paved highway in the United States. Known as the 'Mother Road', it stretched from the Great Lakes to the shores of California’s Pacific Coast.
WHY TOUR WITH ROUTE 66 TOURS? Recognized as a quality operation, and 2015 Inductees to the Route 66 Walk of Fame, your dream vacation will be in good hands. From start to finish, Route 66 Tours has designed an itinerary for what will surely be the tour of a lifetime.
Very little inspires nostalgia for the golden age of road trips the way Route 66 does. When it first opened in 1926, the trail from Chicago to Los Angeles was engineered with convenience and ...
A fantastic self-drive experience which sees you journey through the classic Route 66 hotspots in America. You'll start in Chicago then travel through St Louis, Oklahoma City, Amarillo, Santa Fe, Albuquerque and Las Vegas among others, before ending your trip in Santa Monica - the official end to ...
A Route 66 road trip is a driving adventure along what is probably the most famous road in the world. Historic Route 66 spans over 2,400 miles and crosses 8 states, starting in Chicago, Illinois and terminating at the Pacific Coast in Santa Monica, California.
The Springfield/Route 66 KOA Campground in Springfield, MO offers a shady retreat in the heart of the scenic Ozarks.The lush, landscaped campground is close to lakes and an award-winning golf course is right next door. Area attractions include the original Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World, Wilson's Creek Civil War Battlefield, a Museum highlighting the Civil War Battle at Wilson's Creek, Fantastic ...
Oklahoma Route 66 Museum. For the ultimate Route 66 experience, visit the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum in Clinton. The museum offers visitors a personal journey through the history of the nation’s most revered highway.
The Route 66 Commission says there is still a little bit of work left to be done, which will be finished after the holidays.
PM times are indicated in bold ^ Last trip to the park changes based on park hours. March 10-April 6 and October 6-November 2, 2019, last trip is 3:55 pm. April 7- October 5, 2019, last trip is 4:55 pm.