Route 66 Roadside Attractions

Some of the best roadside attractions in America are Route 66 roadside attractions. Across all eight states of The Mother Road you’ll find a variety of fun, weird, quirky, and thoughtful attractions that are designed to get you to pull off the road to stay awhile.

Some of those attractions pre-date Route 66 itself, some were erected during its heyday, and some are brand spanking new. You’ll find world’s largest things, world’s smallest things, sculptures and statues, vintage service stations, famous billboards and signs, neon lights, eclectic murals, muffler men, and so much more. At every turn of the road there is something new to see and explore. And here’s the secret: all of them are worth pulling over for.

Looking for the best Route 66 roadside attractions to add to your road trip itinerary? Use the filters below to search our attractions directory by location or keyword to fill your travel plan. Whether you’re visiting just one of the eight states on The Mother Road (Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, or California) or driving the entire journey from Chicago to Los Angeles (or vice versa), there are plenty of fun things to see awaiting you.

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FFA Route 66 Sign in Riverton, Kansas

FFA Route 66 Sign in Riverton, Kansas

The FFA Route 66 Sign in Riverton, Kansas is a 20-foot-tall rendering of the recognizable Route 66 shield you will see in many forms across the route. Across the top is the word “Kansas” and the giant “66” is made from reused rust-colored hubcaps. The sculpture is visible as you drive through a roundabout coming…


Hubcaps on Route 66 Sculpture in Springfield, Missouri Route 66 Roadside Attraction

Hubcaps on Route 66 Sculpture in Springfield, Missouri

The Hubcaps on Route 66 Sculpture in Springfield, Missouri pays homage to the city’s place as the "Birthplace of Route 66"  in a unique way. The Hubcaps on Route 66 Sculpture was created by Joe and Terry Malesky of New Adventure Sculptures LLC. It was installed at the Northeast corner of Broadway Ave and College…


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