Major Cities on Route 66 You Must Visit

Major Cities on Route 66 You Must Visit

Wilmington, Illinois

You can see the Gemini Giant, one of the giant classics placed along many routes.

St Louis, Missouri

The Gateway Arch, a stainless steel monument, stands at 190 meters, making it the tallest human-made structure in America.

Carthage, Missouri

A classic American outdoor cinema, opened in 1949 on Route 66, still operates on weekends from April to September.

Lebanon, Missouri

Showcases the bygone era of businesses, featuring a Texaco station, vintage hotel room, and a unique bar scene.

Catoosa, Oklahoma

Catoosa's claim to fame is The Blue Whale, an iconic Route 66 attraction.

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Ann's Chicken Fry House, started as a service station in 1948 and later became Three Bulls Steak House before a name change in 1971.

Clinton, Oklahoma

Visit the Oklahoma Museum of Route 66 City to journey through Route 66's history decade by decade, featuring neon signs and classic cars.

Amarillo, Texas

Cadillac Ranch, an urban art piece, was created by the artists' collective known as the Ant Farm.

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