Celebrating The Missouri Section Of Route 66

Stretching over 2,400 miles from Chicago to the Santa Montica Pier on California’s coast, this travel and blog is as much about the history of this grand route as it is about the people, businesses, and attractions that keep continue to pique the public’s interest year after year.


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Postcards Route 66 Missouri
Interesting History
With foundation laid by the Osage Indians hundreds of years before the invention of the automobile, Route 66 is steeped in a rich history that parallels the American experiences from a number of different perspectives.
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Route Attractions
SEE! the 2nd Largest Rocking Chair at the Fanning 66 Outpost in Cuba, ASCEND! The iconic Gateway Arch in St Louis, SHOP! till you drop at Uranus Missouri.  From the odd to the amazing – whatever you’re looking to do, you likely find it on R66 in Missouri…
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Cities And Towns
Featuring plenty to do and see for any type of traveler, the towns and cities that dot Route 66 represent the very best that Missouri has to offer.  Come find out more with content geared towards these unique municipalities…
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Fun Facts…

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Latest Posts

Kid-Friendly Attractions At St. Louis

Saint Louis Zoo
St. Louis is one of the cities that route 66 passes through. It’s filled with different sites that you shouldn’t miss, just like in Springfield. Plus, there are also lots of things you can do when you go for a stop there. Through this pandemic, kids were limited to their homes. Now that some of the sites are open, you can take them there to enjoy being outdoors even for a limited time. Whether you’re on a tight budget or could splurge some cash, there is surely something here for you. However, you should take note that some of these aren’t...

How To Prevent And Prepare For Roadside Emergencies 

roadside emergency prevention and preparation
US Route66 is one of the most traveled byways in the world - and for good reason - featuring a myriad of landscapes, climates, people, and iconic places, it's a life-changing experience we believe everyone should do at least once in their life Although there's tons to do and see, there's also stretches of desolate roadway over desert and mountainous terrain where you may not see a gas station for over 100 miles.  That's why it's worth being weel prepared for your trip should a breakdown or roadside incident occur. We've talked about preparing your Rout66 road tips for COVID-19 safety,...

How To Make Your Roadtrip Safe During COVID-19

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The pandemic has affected all of us and every aspect of our lives. Hopefully, the vaccines can finally put an end to this worldwide problem. While waiting for that, we just can’t sit down and wait. That is why we are slowly going back to our normal activities but always with precaution. One of the things that you could be missing is taking road trips. It is a great way to bond with the family or with your friends. But how do you keep yourself safe while enjoying your road trip? Here are a few tips you can follow: Just Skip...

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