Arizona Route 66 Attractions

401 miles of Route 66 stretch through Arizona, making it one of the longest of the eight states on your Mother Road journey. Whether you’re driving between New Mexico and California or taking a detour from Las Vegas or the Grand Canyon, there are quintessential Arizona Route 66 attractions to see at every turn of the road.

You’ll find quirky roadside attractions, informative museums, vintage diners, historical landmarks, fun souvenir shops, and classic motels and hotels on this stretch of your road trip. You can even drive the Route’s longest uninterrupted stretch of original road that travels 158 miles from Ash Fork to the California border.

Looking for the best Arizona Route 66 attractions to add to your road trip itinerary? Use the filters below to search our Arizona directory by location, attraction type, or keyword to fill your travel plan, whether you’re spending a weekend in Flagstaff, taking a Grand Canyon detour, or traversing all 401 miles of The Main Street of America across the state.

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Things to Do in Oatman, Arizona - feed the wild burros

Wild Burros in Oatman, Arizona

The gold mining ghost town of Oatman, Arizona is famous for its resident wild burros, who are said to outnumber the people in town. While the animals live in the hills, on any given day you might find dozens of the furry creatures coming into town, wandering the roads in search of a snack. The…


Route 66 RoadRunner in Seligman, Arizona Route 66 Cafe and Restaurant

Route 66 RoadRunner in Seligman, Arizona

Housed in the renovated 1936 Olsen’s Chevrolet dealership and garage building, Route 66 RoadRunner in Seligman, Arizona is a cafe and gift shop. Relax inside this revamped building or outside under the covered patio. The cafe's menu features a variety of items for breakfast, lunch, or an early dinner including hamburgers, Nathan's hot dogs, paninis,…


Delgadillo’s Snow Cap in Seligman, Arizona Route 66 Restaurant

Delgadillo’s Snow Cap in Seligman, Arizona

Where on Route 66 can you get a cheeseburger with cheese, some “dead chicken,” and a mustard surprise, all served with a smile (or, at least a potato smile)? You can get all that and more at Delgadillo’s Snow Cap in Seligman, Arizona, a Route 66 institution that has been slinging burgers, milkshakes, and a…


Route 66 Road Relics in Seligman, Arizona

Route 66 Road Relics in Seligman, Arizona

Seligman, Arizona is known as the "Birthplace of Route 66." Stop into town on your road trip for some incredible souvenir shopping with a side of quirk. With so many businesses vying for attention, each one tries to outdo the last. One such shop in this Route 66 town is Route 66 Road Relics, with…


Return to the 50's Gift Shop in Seligman, Arizona

Return to the 50’s Gift Shop in Seligman, Arizona

Return to the 50’s Gift Shop in Seligman, Arizona is a blast from the past. Shop for fun souvenirs in a vintage service station on Route 66. Return to the 50’s opened in Seligman, "The Birthplace of Route 66," in 2007. Housed in the old Olson’s Shell station, the gift shop features Route 66 souvenirs,…


The Rusty Bolt in Seligman, Arizona

The Rusty Bolt in Seligman, Arizona

The Rusty Bolt in Seligman, Arizona is one of the most unique stops in this Route 66 town. Established in 1997, it was originally an antique store but later converted into a gift shop. Prior to that, the building was two separate buildings: the 1933 Miller’s Dry Cleaners and the old Thunderbird Indian Store. Whether…


Copper Cart & Route 66 Motoporium in Seligman, Arizona

Copper Cart & Route 66 Motoporium in Seligman, Arizona

Known for its iconic neon sign and great Mexican food, the Copper Cart in Seligman, Arizona was once one of the most popular Route 66 restaurants in town. You can no longer get food at this establishment, but you can still come inside: the building is now home to the Route 66 Motoporium. The Copper…


Angel & Vilma Delgadillo's Original Route 66 Gift Shop in Seligman, Arizona Route 66 Museum and Gift Shop

Angel & Vilma Delgadillo’s Original Route 66 Gift Shop in Seligman, Arizona

Angel Delgadillo was a barber for nearly 50 years. But he’s just as known for being the “Guardian Angel” of Route 66. Visit him and his legacy at Angel & Vilma Delgadillo’s Original Route 66 Gift Shop in Seligman, Arizona. Angel Delgadillo was born on April 19, 1927. He was raised on Route 66, and…


Seligman Grocery Mural in Seligman, Arizona Route 66 Roadside Attraction

Seligman Grocery Mural in Seligman, Arizona

Stopping in Seligman, Arizona on a Route 66 road trip is a must. And, while in town, stopping for photos with the green postcard-style Seligman Grocery Mural on Arizona Route 66 is a must too! Seligman, Arizona is a small town in northern Arizona. Found right on Route 66, one of the original U.S. highways…


NAU Skydome Lumberjack Muffler Man in Flagstaff, Arizona Route 66 Roadside Attraction

NAU Skydome Lumberjack Muffler Man in Flagstaff, Arizona

Louie the Lumberjack, the NAU Skydome Lumberjack Muffler Man is a historic Route 66 icon and sports mascot in Flagstaff, Arizona. Muffler Men roadside attractions are fiberglass giants who stand anywhere from 14 to 25 feet tall. Each has a similar design and was built between 1963 and 1972 by International Fiberglass in Venice, California.…


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