Route 66 is an iconic road trip route worth putting on your bucket list. So rent an RV and start the drive!
Between Cloud Gate, Navy Pier and the Lake Michigan shore line the windy city has loads to offer and is a great starting point to this great road trip. Historic Route 66 awaits.
Route 66 signs are well marked heading from Chicago to Springfield. The Lincoln Presidential Museum, Lincoln Home and Abraham Lincoln’s Tomb can all be found downtown Springfield and is a great stop.
Missouri holds one of the greatest of the old Route 66 tourist attractions – the Meramec Caverns. Guided tours of these extensive limestone caves are well worth the stop. Tours are just over an hour long.
If museums are your thing, Tulsa’s Philbrook Museum hosts vast a art museum in an Italian style villa with exhibits from around the world surrounded by acres of lush gardens.
New Mexico boasts the mother of all road attractions including: Cadillac Ranch, Midpoint Cafe and the Route 66 Auto Museum in Santa Rosa. If you’re in need of a big break, stop in Albuquerque for an air balloon ride.
A quick stop to see the Petrified Forest National Park and the Meteor Crater is a must. An even further detour to El Morro to see the signatures of road trippers from past centuries.
On the trip from Chicago to Las Vegas make sure to visit the Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon. The Colorado river has forged a mile deep, 18 mile wide and 277 mile long gauge into Arizona, don’t miss this stop!
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