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Route 66 Tour by Actress Jeanne Tripplehorn

The actress and spokesperson for the World Monuments Fund shares her favorite Route 66 haunts with T+L.

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Difficulty: Easy
Duration: Multiple days
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Overview :  "I grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Route 66 was always a part of my life. But it wasn’t until I became an adult that I started to... more »

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Points of Interest

Opened in 1924 (and not much changed since), this is the oldest restaurant on Route 66.

411 Rte. 66 N.
Litchfield, Illinois
United States

(217) 324-2023

2. Cadillac Ranch

A truly American art installation, the ranch consists of ten grafitti-covered Cadillacs buried halfway in the ground.

I-40; Exit 60
Amarillo, Texas
United States

The rooms here are named after famous guests.

303 E. Second St. (Historic Route 66)
Winslow, Arizona
United States

(928) 289-4366

Pops—a combination gas station, diner, and soda shop north of Oklahoma city, has added a futuristic twist to the iconic highway. With its dramatic cantilevered steel canopy and 66-foot bottle sign, the store is impossible to miss from the road. Inside, more than 400 different sodas line the walls, making this the fizziest pit stop in all of... More

5. Richardson’s Trading Company

This famous trading post sells kachina dolls, Zuni pottery, and turquoise jewelry.

222 W. Hwy. 66
Gallup, New Mexico
United States

(505) 722-4762