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.

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Painted Desert Overlooks at Petrified Forest National Park on Arizona Route 66

Petrified Forest National Park in Arizona

Petrified Forest National Park, located in northeastern Arizona, is a wonderland of petrified wood, vibrant badlands, and ancient history. The park's namesake, petrified wood, is the result of millions of years of fossilization, transforming once-majestic trees into stunning mineral landscapes. But beyond the petrified wood, the park boasts a rich tapestry of history, dating back…


Meteor Crater in Winslow, Arizona Route 66 Attraction

Meteor Crater in Winslow, Arizona

Meteor Crater in Winslow, Arizona, also known as Barringer Crater, is the world’s best-preserved meteorite impact site. Around 50,000 years ago an asteroid traveling 26,000 miles per hour jolted into the planet Earth with the energy of more than 20 million tons of TNT. This impact left behind a crater that today is nearly one…


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…


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…


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,…


Miz Zip’s in Flagstaff, Arizona Route 66 Diner and Restaurant

Miz Zip’s in Flagstaff, Arizona

Miz Zip’s in Flagstaff, Arizona is a popular Route 66 diner that has been feeding hungry travelers since 1952. The restaurant has a solid menu of hamburgers, hot and cold sandwiches, and entrees like chicken fried steak and enchiladas. They also serve breakfast favorites such as pancakes, waffles, omelets, and huevos rancheros. Miz Zip’s is…


Antares Point Visitor Center and Gift Shop in Kingman, Arizona Route 66 Attraction

Antares Point Visitor Center and Gift Shop in Kingman, Arizona

Antares Point Visitor Center and Gift Shop is located about 20 miles from the heart of Kingman, Arizona. Though the business is new (compared to Route 66), the original A-frame structure it is housed in has stood for nearly 60 years. Formerly the Kozy Corner Trailer Park, Gregg Arnold purchased the property in 2000, transforming…


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.…


Painted Desert Indian Center in Holbrook, Arizona

Painted Desert Indian Center in Holbrook, Arizona

Painted Desert Indian Center in Holbrook, Arizona has been open on Route 66 since 1979. Pull off the road for the Jurassic photo ops, and wander inside to check out the unique selection of Arizona souvenirs. Petrified wood shops are popular roadside stops in eastern Arizona. It makes sense as it’s a commodity that is…


Williams Visitor Center in Williams, Arizona Route 66 Attraction

Williams Visitor Center in Williams, Arizona

Williams, Arizona is known as the Gateway to the Grand Canyon. It’s an important hub where Route 66 road trippers, Grand Canyon vacationers, and Kaibab National Forest visitors converge. As such, the Williams Visitor Center is a must-stop for anyone who wants more information on the area, help planning their adventure, or a bathroom break.…


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