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Guided tour includes:
Just outside Chicago, the iconic sights of Route 66 begin. Explore the history and cultural impact of America's Mother Road at the Route 66 Association Hall of Fame & Museum, then arrive in St. Louis for two nights.
Learn to mix up your own sweet and spicy barbecue sauce with a team of master barbecue chefs and enjoy a rib-sticking Be My Guest Barbecue Dinner, hot off the grill.
Begin your day by crossing the Mississippi River via the Chain of Rocks Bridge. Go underground in Meramec Caverns, a former hideout of Jesse James, for a glimpse of some outstanding subterranean formations. Then it's onward to the Ozarks and the lively American musical mecca of Branson where your are free to explore on your own.
Roll into eastern Oklahoma via an especially scenic stretch of highway known as the Will Rogers Highway.
Stop to visit the Will Rogers Museum dedicated to the famous American humourist. Tonight, enjoy a Regional Meal in the vibrant warehouse district of Bricktown at Mickey Mantle's Steakhouse.
Yes, those are 10 classic Cadillacs buried nose down in the dirt. Your first stop today, the iconic Cadillac Ranch.
From there, you’ll stop in Tucumcari, where a large number of vintage motels and restaurants built between 1930-1950s are still in existence. Travel on to Albuquerque where you’ll don your poodle skirt or leather jacket for a dinner at the 66 Diner with 1950s jukebox and blue-plate specials.
Cruise through Gallup and see the historic El Rancho Hotel – a home base to the movie stars who came to the desert for their films.
Crossing into Arizona, watch the sun play over the changing colours of the Painted Desert and Petrified Forest National Park. See the Wigwam Motel in Holbrook and the 'man standing on the corner' in Winslow, Arizona before arriving in Flagstaff.
Overnight inside the national park, allowing plenty of time to explore this natural wonder. For the best views of the Grand Canyon, we can arrange a plane or helicopter excursion.
Hit the road again, passing through Seligman then Peach Springs - the inspiration for the Pixar movie Cars. Then drive through Hackberry, a Route 66 ghost town along the original route.
Further ahead, Kingman is a Route 66 hotspot that has kept the old culture alive. In these desert oases, you won’t believe the well-preserved motels, diners and gas stations of a simpler era. Then it's full speed ahead to glittering Las Vegas for two nights.
It's time to say good bye to the road as you transfer to Los Angeles International Airport for your flight home. However, your adventure doesn't have to end here. Perhaps you may want to extend your stay after your tour and spend more time in Los Angeles or maybe fly to San Francisco for a few days.
Call the USA travel specialists at Bon Voyage to discuss your perfect Route 66 tour.