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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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…


Drive-Thru Route 66 Sign in Kingman, Arizona Route 66 Roadside Attraction

Drive-Thru Route 66 Sign in Kingman, Arizona

Take a road trip selfie with you and your car at this Route 66 roadside attraction: the Route 66 Drive-Thru Shield in Kingman, Arizona. For many years a temporary drive-through shield was erected in Kingman for the town's annual Route 66 Fun Run. It was a popular stop for participants to get a commemorative photo…


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…


Route 66 Alignment at Petrified Forest National Park on Arizona Route 66

Route 66 Alignment & Exhibit in Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona

Route 66 was commissioned in 1926, creating a road that took travelers all the way from Chicago, Illinois to Los Angeles, California. As the journey traversed northeastern Arizona the road wound right through what is now Petrified Forest National Park. Route 66 here was closed down in 1958 and the road was decommissioned altogether in…


Stewart's Petrified Wood in Holbrook, Arizona Route 66 Roadside Attraction

Stewart’s Petrified Wood in Holbrook, Arizona

Stewart’s Petrified Wood in Holbrook, Arizona is one of the kitschiest rock shops on Route 66. Look for man-eating dinosaurs, ostriches (both real and fake), sabertooth tigers, mannequins, and more at this Route 66 roadside attraction and souvenir shop. Petrified wood shops are prolific in eastern Arizona. It only makes sense as it’s a commodity…


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…


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…


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,…


Mr D’z Route 66 Diner in Kingman, Arizona Route 66 Restaurant

Mr D’z Route 66 Diner in Kingman, Arizona

Mr D’z Route 66 Diner in Kingman, Arizona is a quintessential stop for a breakfast, lunch, or dinner on The Mother Road. Mr D’z Route 66 Diner is housed in a building that had originally opened as Kingman Café and Kimo Shell Station in 1939. Roy Dunton and his family bought the former gas station…


Historic Seligman Sundries in Seligman, Arizona

Historic Seligman Sundries in Seligman, Arizona

Step into history, and grab a java while you’re there, visit Historic Seligman Sundries in Seligman, Arizona for some kitsch and coffee. The Historic Seligman Sundries is housed in one of the oldest buildings in Seligman, built in 1904. The building originally was home to Pioneer Hall Theatre, a theater and dance hall that hosted…


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