See And Do
The Cozy Dog Drive-In restaurant in Springfield is a shrine to Route 66 and itself! Packed with mementoes, clippings, old signs and kitsch Mother Road souvenirs for sale it is a definite must-stop.
Each September, the International Route 66 Mother Road Festival brings the streets of Springfield alive with the rumble of engines from hot cars, cool trucks, vintage motorcycles, street rods, customs and everything in between.
From May to September, the lakefront, Grant Park and various neighborhoods come alive with festivals nearly every weekend.
The Skydeck’s new ‘Ledge’ attraction is now open atop the Willis Tower! (formerly Sears Tower). Only for the brave!
Yes – you read that correctly! Since 1999, Off-duty (active and retired) Chicago Police officers have been giving visitors the inside track on Chicago.
Sure, you’re heard of Al Capone. In the late 1920s and 1930s he ran organised crime rings in Chicago, moving about the city as quickly and mysteriously as a crate of bootlegged gin.
Route 66 defined a remarkable era in the growth of the USA. As it threaded its way across eight states, it left its indelible mark on the nation's physical, historical and cultural landscape...
Situated in the small town of Wilmington, The Launching Pad Drive-In has been feeding Route 66 travellers since it first opened its doors in 1960....
Route 66 Drive In Theatre – What’s more iconic of America’s 1950s heyday than going to a drive in movie?