Discover Historic Route 66
Grant Park is one of Discover Historic Route 66.

1. Grant Park

9.6
337 E Randolph Dr (at Michigan Ave), Chicago, IL
Park · Grant Park · 115 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Grant Park dates back to the 1830's and is one of the oldest parks in the city. It's historically significant for hosting the 1893 World Exposition and being a site along Route 66. Read more.

Lou Mitchell's is one of Discover Historic Route 66.

2. Lou Mitchell's

8.5
565 W Jackson Blvd (btwn S Jefferson St & S Clinton St), Chicago, IL
Diner · West Loop · 138 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Lou Mitchell's is in it's 86th year of serving up great food to hungry locals and travelers alike. It's located on Jackson Blvd., the starting point of historic Route 66. Read more.

Route 66 State Park is one of Discover Historic Route 66.

3. Route 66 State Park

7.4
97 N Outer Rd E, Eureka, MO
Park · 8 tips and reviews

Missouri State Parks and Historic SitesMissouri State Parks and Historic Sites: Did you know: The Route 66 State Park Visitor Center is a 1935 Roadhouse that actually sat on the original Route 66? Route 66 State Park has great trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding? Ther

Rainbow Arch Bridge is one of Discover Historic Route 66.

4. Rainbow Arch Bridge

Baxter Springs, KS
Bridge · 1 tip

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Part of historic Route 66, this is one of the few remaining rainbow arch style bridges left in the Midwest. Read more.

Ed Galloway's Totem Pole Park is one of Discover Historic Route 66.

5. Ed Galloway's Totem Pole Park

7.0
21300 Hwy 28A E, Foyil, OK
Park · 3 tips and reviews

TravelOKTravelOK: A Route 66 icon of roadside kitsch, Totem Pole Park features the world's largest totem pole. Stop and enjoy a picnic at the totem tables. Read more.

Cadillac Ranch is one of Discover Historic Route 66.

6. Cadillac Ranch

8.1
2015 S. Dowell Rd (I-40 W, S. Frontage Rd Between Exits 60 & 62), Amarillo, TX
Public Art · 63 tips and reviews

RadioShackRadioShack: Snap some pictures of the row of Cadillacs buried nose-down in a field off of I-40 just outside of Amarillo, TX.

Gateway Arch is one of Discover Historic Route 66.

7. Gateway Arch

8.8
Jefferson National Expansion Memorial (btwn Washington Ave & Poplar St), St Louis, MO
Monument / Landmark · Downtown East · 231 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: The Gateway Arch, also known as the Gateway to the West, is the tallest national monument in the U.S. Construction began on Feb. 12, 1963, with the last section put into place on Oct. 28, 1965.

Will Rogers Memorial Museum is one of Discover Historic Route 66.

8. Will Rogers Memorial Museum

8.8
1720 W Will Rogers Blvd, Claremore, OK
History Museum · 8 tips and reviews

TravelOKTravelOK: Twelve galleries are filled with Will Rogers memorabilia and a theater features film clips of Rogers performing roping tricks and more. Rogers' tomb is on the grounds of this Route 66 area museum. Read more.

Oklahoma Route 66 Museum is one of Discover Historic Route 66.

9. Oklahoma Route 66 Museum

7.4
2229 W Gary Blvd, Clinton, OK
Museum · 5 tips and reviews

TravelOKTravelOK: Cruise through the history of the "Mother Road" in Oklahoma at this great museum. Exhibits are organized by decade so you can go from Model Ts to classic diners to a hippie VW bus. Read more.

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum is one of Discover Historic Route 66.

10. National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

9.1
1700 NE 63rd St (Kelly), Oklahoma City, OK
History Museum · 34 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? “The End of the Trail” was created for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco. Due to World War I, it could not be cast in bronze, and was nearly thrown away. Read more.

Blue Hole is one of Discover Historic Route 66.

11. Blue Hole

8.4
Santa Rosa, NM
Park · 4 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The famous Blue Hole is a natural geological phenomenon. The pool is 80 feet deep with a constant water temperature of 64 degrees. Take a dip on a hot day!