Kansas makes up a measly 12.6 miles of Route 66’s total length. However, that hasn’t stopped the people of Kansas from embracing their part in this historic road and showcasing local culture and history at key points. Check out these fascinating spots along Route 66 in Kansas.
Blue is the colour of freedom and Route 66 Tours are all about that. From a beautiful pool in the middle of New Mexico to Route 66’s most soulful music, check out these three very different, but all unforgettable, “blue” experiences to be found on our tours.
Route 66 is just about the best place for a road trip in the whole world, but that’s not the only achievement to be celebrated on the road. From totem poles to rocking chairs, here’s all you need to know about three outstandingly large world record breakers found along Route 66.
When taking to the road on the back of motorcycle for long periods of time, you could be exposed to a variety of harsh micro-climates, severe scrapes or even the dreaded wedgie. Maximise your comfort on your Route 66 tour by making sure your motorcycle gear has you prepared for anything.
Santa Monica Pier stands proud at the spiritual end of Route 66, marked by the famous End of the Trail sign. However, it wasn’t always considered the end of the road. So, what about the pier earned its unofficial title? We take a look at only a few of the great things on offer at Santa Monica Pier.
The United States’ most famous road has inspired all manner of pop culture throughout the decades – including critically acclaimed films. We’ve picked three stand-out movies in which Route 66 truly shines for its history and symbolism. Be sure to give these a watch before your next tour.
There’s no doubt about it, there’s a lot of fun to be had on a tour of the Historic Route 66! So much fun that before you even get there, we thought we’d share a couple of cool facts about the road. Sign up for a tour to learn more about the road from our knowledgeable tour guides!
Have you ever read “The Grapes of Wrath”? It’s a novel about the history of the American west during the 1930s. Our good old Route 66 is a big part of the story with some pretty deep symbolism. If you’re planning on embarking on a Route 66 Tour, you might want to give the book (or this post) a read!
Do you drool watching movies like Grease and television shows like Riverdale when the characters sit down for a meal at the local diner? Big juicy burgers and creamy thick milkshakes – it’s hard not to work up an appetite! Well, we have some good news for you, these mom and pop restaurants are real!