by Valerie Bromann @ Silly America
Once the world's largest rocking chair, it is now known as the Route 66 Rocker. But this big chair still rocks!
This bridge was once an essential part of the journey, taking travelers from Illinois, across the Mississippi River, and into Missouri.
If you’re looking for a unique Route 66 attraction, you’ve got to pick Uranus. Uranus, Missouri that is.
After a day behind the wheel a comfy bed is always a welcome sight. Spend the night in this vintage motel and sleep like a king.
Red’s Giant Hamburg first opened its doors on Route 66 in 1947. The tiny restaurant was allegedly the world’s first drive-through restaurant
You will see billboards for miles and miles beckoning you to explore these sandstone caves.
The Route 66 Food Truck Park features a giant chef muffler man out front.
You won’t find any swings, slides, or greenery in this roadside park. But you will find an artful tribute to the past.