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Historic Route 66

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Historic Route 66 16 Days / 15 Nights

During this multi-day tour, get a chance to explore Chicago, Oklahoma City, Amarillo, Grand Canyon National Park, Las Vegas, Santa Monica and Los Angeles. Enjoy 2 nights at Chicago and one night each at St. Louis and Springfield. Marvel at the tallest building of North America - Chicago’s Willis Tower. Drive on the longest stretch of Route 66 along with a visit to attractions including Grand Canyon.

 

Tour Nights

  • Chicago: 2 nights
  • St. Louis: 1 night
  • Springfield: 1 night
  • Oklahoma City: 1 night
  • Amarillo: 1 night
  • Albuquerque: 3 nights
  • Holbrook: 1 night
  • Grand Canyon National Park: 1 night
  • Las Vegas: 2 nights
  • Los Angeles: 2 nights

Tour At a Glance

  • Gaze at Chicago's Willis Tower, the tallest building in North America
  • Take a nostalgic ride along historic Route 66
  • Experience the nation's longest drivable stretch of Route 66 in Oklahoma
  • Pay a visit to Amarillo's Cadillac Ranch, a ritual site on The Mother Road
  • Explore one of the best remnants of native Arizona grassland in Petrified Forest
  • View one of the 7 natural wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon
  • Pay a visit to Hoover Dam
  • Explore Calico Ghost Town
  • See the replica of the long-lost Route 66 "End of the Trail"sign at the Santa Monica Pier
  • Get closer to the stars at Grauman's Chinese Theater, a Hollywood landmark
  • Tour code: STUSFD08
  • Accommodation Grade
  • Private Tour

Itinerary details

Chicago-01

Day 1

Chicago Arrival

Arrive at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport and transfer independently to your hotel. Read More

Chicago

Day 2

Chicago

Step outside today and experience mile after magnificent mile of the Windy City. Stand on the corner of Michigan and Adams, marked as the starting point of historic Route 66. Enjoy coffee and a big breakfast at Lou Mitchell’s, a Chicago institution since 1923 and a must for Route 66 travelers. Stroll the lakefront, peruse the shops, bike the parks, grab a Chicago Dog, or explore the city’s incredible sights and architectural treasures including Willis Tower, North Americas tallest building. Read More

St.Louis

Day 3

Driving Distance

This morning, pick up your rental car and get ready for an unforgettable journey into the then and now of America along historic Route 66. This legendary old road passes through a variety of pure Americana landscapes and takes in some of the country’s biggest, oldest and most peculiar sites along the way. Begin your journey by following the traditional east-to-west path of Route 66 from Chicago to St. Louis, Missouri, cruising through endless cornfields and flat prairies. En route, don’t miss Wilmington’s most hotographed "citizen”, the larger-than-life green Gemini Giant, and Atlanta’s Bunyan Giant, a 19-foot statue of Paul Bunyan holding a giant hot dog. In Springfield, stop at the Cozy Dog Drive-In, the birthplace of the corn dog, and explore the legacy of Abraham Lincoln with a visit to the Lincoln Home National Historic Site. Once in St. Louis, the largest city along Route 66, you can follow in the footsteps of legendary explorers by visiting the historic sites found throughout the city including the Gateway Arch, the nation’s tallest monument. Read More

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Day 4

Driving Distance

Continue through the Ozark Highlands of southern Missouri to Springfield, recognized as the birthplace of Route 66 in 1926. En route, be sure to stop at Meramec Caverns, Missouri’s buried treasure located in Stanton. These caverns are an extensive set of natural limestone caves whose formations and colors are as unique as they are beautiful. Adding to the pleasure of exploring the caves is learning that Jesse James used them as a hideout and took advantage of the underground river to escape through the “back door”. Read More

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Day 5

Driving Distance

This morning, cut through the southeastern corner of Kansas, the shortest stretch of Route 66’s eight-state run, on your way to Oklahoma City. The Oklahoma section of Route 66 contains more driveable miles than any other state as well as several miles of the original 9-foot road segment that served Oklahoman families headed west in search of better opportunities during the 1930’s. En route to Oklahoma City, stop to view the beloved 20-foot tall cement Blue Whale in Catoosa, a landmark along Route 66, and the Cyrus Avery Route 66 Memorial Bridge in Tulsa, honoring the "Father of Route 66’s"memory and connection to the historic highway. Once in Oklahoma City, the state’s capital, be sure to check out the old Route 66 motels, gas stations and numerous vintage buildings. Read More

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Day 6

Driving Distance

Continue through Oklahoma to Amarillo, located in the pancake-flat plains of the Texas Panhandle. This area of Texas was once the buffalo-rich grasslands of the Great Plains, inhabited by bands of Kiowa and Comanche Indians. Stop en route at the Route 66 Museum in Clinton where you can experience six decades of Route 66 history, and at Shamrock’s Tower Station and U-Drop Inn Cafe, whose towering spire is still a reminder of the booming business it once saw. See the first restored Phillips 66 gas station in McLean, and two other eye-catching sights in Groom, the leaning water tower and a giant stainless steel cross that easily stands 150-feet tall. In Amarillo be sure to stop at Big Texas Steak Ranch where only the very hungry should attempt their 72oz. steak challenge. Read More

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Day 7

Driving Distance

Before leaving Amarillo be sure to visit Cadillac Ranch. Meant to represent the "Golden Age"of American-made automobiles, this unique display of art features a row of ten colorfully painted Cadillac cars buried grille first in the ground. Continue to the MidPoint Cafe in Adrian, ideally located at the halfway point of Route 66 and famous for its "ugly crust"pies. From Adrian you’ll follow Route 66 to Albuquerque, New Mexico for a great taste of the Land of Enchantment. Read More

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Day 8

Albuquerque

Located approximately in the center of New Mexico, Albuquerque spreads north and south along the banks of the Rio Grande and is by far the state’s largest city. Spend the day exploring Downtown Albuquerque’s Central Avenue, a treasure trove of Route 66 landmarks and one of the original Route 66 towns. Historic Old Town offers a taste of New Mexico’s Spanish colonial past while the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, owned by the state’s 19 different Pueblo communities, traces the history of the region’s Native American cultures. Read More

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Day 9

Driving Distance

To get a true sense of the Old Route 66, today you will detour to New Mexico’s state capital, Santa Fe. Founded on the ruins of an abandoned Indian village and steeped in history, Santa Fe is the oldest Capital in the U.S., and although it lost its place on Route 66 in 1938, it remains one of the most picturesque cities in the state. At one time this was the end of the old Santa Fe Trail, the earliest trade route linking the American frontier back east with the far west. Plan to visit one of Santa Fe’s famous art galleries, art markets, or museums full of traditional and contemporary art, including works by their own Georgia O’Keeffe, or shop for authentic creations you just won't find anywhere else. Read More

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Day 10

Driving Distance

This morning, the state of Arizona welcomes Route 66 travelers with an overwhelming display of trading posts. View huge concrete tepees that stand at the foot of brilliant red-rock mesas en route to Petrified Forest National Park, the only park in the National Park System containing a section of Historic Route 66. Here you will come face-to-face with over 13,000 years of human history and one of the world’s largest and most colorful assemblies of petrified wood, historic structures and archeological sites. Catch a sunset over the Painted Desert from the park’s Kachina Point before heading to Holbrook. Once in Holbrook, stop at the Wigwam Motel whose steel and concrete teepees featuring modern conveniences have welcomed guests since the 1950’s. Read More

Grand-Canyon

Day 11

Driving Distance

Continue to Meteor City, a true vintage trading post whose distinctive dome can be seen for miles along this stretch of Route 66. Pass through Flagstaff and Williams en route to Grand Canyon National park, a natural wonder that you simply have to see to believe. Spend the day discovering the distinct South Rim of the Canyon. Stop at one of the numerous overlooks, walk part of the Rim Trail or along the historic Hermit Road. Visit a Photo Hot Spot, or climb to the top of a stone Watchtower for panoramic views that extend over 100 miles on clear days. Read More

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Day 12

Driving Distance

Leave the pretty town of Williams and the Grand Canyon behind as you make your way to Seligman, the first stop heading west on the longest uninterrupted stretch of Route 66. Continue through Kingman whose old Route 66 cafes and motels still flourish, to one of Arizona’s hidden treasures, Hoover Dam. Considered the largest single public works project in the history of the U.S., The Hoover Dam straddles the mighty Colorado River, which forms the border between Nevada and Arizona and brings much-needed water and power to the Southwest. Continue to Las Vegas, Nevada, a city that needs no introduction. Read More

Las-Vegas

Day 13

Las Vegas

Enjoy a full day Las Vegas style. Walk the famous Las Vegas Strip lined with mega-resorts and flashing neon lights, place a bet at one of the many casinos, dine at world–class restaurants, catch the latest must–see show, shop designer boutiques, ride a rollercoaster, lay by the pool ... the list goes on. With so much to do, 24 hours in a day hardly seems like enough. Read More

Mojave-Desert

Day 14

Driving Distance

This morning, set out through the Mojave Desert for Calico Ghost Town, Yermo, California’s authentic silver mining town and one of the few original mining camps of the Old West. Rejoin Route 66 in Barstow where a collection of historic photographs and artifacts related to Route 66 and the Mojave Desert Communities are on display at the Route 66 "Mother Road"Museum. Continue through Pasadena, Los Angeles, West Hollywood and Beverly Hills to Santa Monica for a true Hollywood ending to your cross–country journey. Park and venture the last few blocks on foot to view the "End of the Trail"sign on Santa Monica’s Pier. This sign officially marks the western end of historic Route 66. Read More

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Day 15

Los Angeles/Santa Monica

Spend the day strolling along the beaches of Santa Monica or browsing the adjacent indoor/ outdoor shops at Third Street Promenade. Or, further explore L.A.’s one–of–a–kind destinations, playgrounds of the rich and famous and architectural gems. Universal Studios Hollywood and Anaheim’s original Disneyland Park are also located within easy driving distance. Read More

Los-Angeles

Day 16

Los Angeles Departure

Return your rental car at Los Angeles International Airport prior to your departure. Read More

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Hotels

  • Chicago South Loop Hotel
    Chicago South Loop Hotel
    Chicago

     

  • Red Roof St. Louis
    Red Roof St. Louis
    St. Louis

     

  • Best Western
    Best Western
    Springfield

     

  • Howard Johnson by Wyndham Oklahoma City
    Howard Johnson by Wyndham Oklahoma City
    Oklahoma City

     

  • BEST WESTERN PLUS Rio Grande Inn
    BEST WESTERN PLUS Rio Grande Inn
    Albuquerque

     

  • Clarion Hotel Anaheim Resort
    Clarion Hotel Anaheim Resort
    Los Angeles

     

  • Excalibur Hotel Casino
    Excalibur Hotel Casino
    Las Vegas

     

  • Quality Inn West Medical Center
    Quality Inn West Medical Center
    Amarillo

     

  • Grand Canyon Railway Hotel
    Grand Canyon Railway Hotel
    Williams

     

  • Best Western Route 66 Rail Haven
    Best Western Route 66 Rail Haven
    Springfield

     

  • Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown Hotel
    Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown Hotel
    Oklahoma City

     

  •  BEST WESTERN PLUS Rio Grande Inn
    BEST WESTERN PLUS Rio Grande Inn
    Albuquerque

     

  • Hilton Anaheim
    Hilton Anaheim
    Los Angeles

     

  • Luxor Las Vegas
    Luxor Las Vegas
    Las Vegas

     

  • Grand Canyon Railway Hotel
    Grand Canyon Railway Hotel
    Williams

     

  • The Hotel Majestic St. Louis
    The Hotel Majestic St. Louis
    St. Louis

     

  • The Whitehall Hotel
    The Whitehall Hotel
    Chicago

     

Chicago South Loop Hotel

Chicago
  • Chicago South Loop Hotel

Conveniently situated near McCormick Place, the Chicago South Loop Hotel offers visitors an ideal location in the center of everything the Windy City has to offer. Guests can easily reach the best shopping, dining, museums, l

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Red Roof St. Louis

St. Louis
  • Red Roof St. Louis

Situated in St. Louis, this motel is close to St. Louis Science Center, St. Louis Zoo, and Missouri Botanical Gardens and Arboretum. Also nearby are St. Louis Art Museum and Tower Grove Park.

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Best Western

Springfield
  • Best Western

BEST WESTERN Route 66 Rail Haven is a top-rated TripAdvisor hotel where you can experience a classic piece of Historic Route 66 Americana. Eight sandstone cottages built in 1938, known as the Rail Haven Motor Court, evolved i

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Howard Johnson by Wyndham Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City
  • Howard Johnson by Wyndham Oklahoma City

Howard Johnson by Wyndham Oklahoma City hotel located Near Oklahoma State Fair Park and Will Rogers World Airport (OKC).

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BEST WESTERN PLUS Rio Grande Inn

Albuquerque
  • BEST WESTERN PLUS Rio Grande Inn

Situated in the historical district, this eco-friendly hotel is close to Albuquerque Museum, Old Town Plaza, and New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science. Also nearby are Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and Nizhoni Gall

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Clarion Hotel Anaheim Resort

Los Angeles
  • Clarion Hotel Anaheim Resort

The Clarion Hotel Anaheim is a full service hotel located just 1 block from the Disneyland® Theme Parks and steps away from the Anaheim Convention Center. The hotel is two miles from the Crystal Cathedral.

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Best Western Route 66 Rail Haven

Springfield
  • Best Western Route 66 Rail Haven

BEST WESTERN Route 66 Rail Haven is a top-rated TripAdvisor hotel where you can experience a classic piece of Historic Route 66 Americana. Eight sandstone cottages built in 1938, known as the Rail Haven Motor Court, evolved i

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Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown Hotel

Oklahoma City
  • Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown Hotel

Hit your stride at Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown Hotel, a contemporary destination situated in the heart of OKC's most dynamic neighborhood. Steps from Bricktown's wealth of dining and entertainment opportunities, our hotel

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BEST WESTERN PLUS Rio Grande Inn

Albuquerque
  •  BEST WESTERN PLUS Rio Grande Inn

Situated in the historical district, this eco-friendly hotel is close to Albuquerque Museum, Old Town Plaza, and New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science. Also nearby are Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and Nizhoni Gall

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Excalibur Hotel Casino

Las Vegas
  • Excalibur Hotel Casino

Excalibur Hotel & Casino is located in the centre of the Las Vegas Strip.

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Hilton Anaheim

Los Angeles
  • Hilton Anaheim

The Hilton Anaheim hotel is located in the heart of California's famous Orange County. Hotel is adjacent to the Anaheim Convention Center and 1 block from Disneyland® Resort, including Disneyland® Park, Disney's California Ad

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Luxor Las Vegas

Las Vegas
  • Luxor Las Vegas

Luxor Las Vegas is a hotel and casino situated on the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada.

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Grand Canyon Railway Hotel

Williams
  • Grand Canyon Railway Hotel

Grand Canyon Railway Hotel is located in Williams, Arizona, just off Interstate 40, or about 30 miles west of Flagstaff. Williams is a great place to stay if you want to venture out and explore the region. And whether you wan

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Quality Inn West Medical Center

Amarillo
  • Quality Inn West Medical Center

Located right off Interstate 40 near the Harrington Regional Medical Center. Don Harrington Discovery Center is a 16 minute walk from the hotel.

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Grand Canyon Railway Hotel

Williams
  • Grand Canyon Railway Hotel

Grand Canyon Railway Hotel is located in Williams, Arizona, just off Interstate 40, or about 30 miles west of Flagstaff. Williams is a great place to stay if you want to venture out and explore the region. And whether you wan

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The Hotel Majestic St. Louis

St. Louis
  • The Hotel Majestic St. Louis

Just steps away from popular attractions, professional sports, dining, and nightlife. A short walk from Wainwright Building and Citygarden, and is close to many of the area's well-known attractions.

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The Whitehall Hotel

Chicago
  • The Whitehall Hotel

Located just steps off Michigan Avenue, The Whitehall Hotel offers one of the best locations in the city. One-half block west of Michigan Avenue shops and restaurant.

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What's Included?

  • ​Transfers and Sightseeing by Automatic Air Conditioning vehicle.
  • Hotel accommodations as specified or similar.
  • Fuel Deposit policy applicabel as Full to Full.
  • Baggage policy applicable (0 Large Bag | 2 Small Bag).
  • Hotel taxes; service charges.

What's not Included?

  • International flights from UK and applicable airport taxes.
  • Visa fee.
  • One Way Fees (Payable Locally) $500.00 plus local taxes.
  • Any personal expenses such as: phone calls, laundry, drinks, etc...
  • Any optional Tours or Meals unspecified in the above tour program.
  • Any other services not mentioned in the itinerary and inclusions.

Additional Information

Prices above are per person in pounds sterling (£) based on twin sharing.
* Offer valid for selected dates | Subject to Availability | Terms and Conditions Apply