Route 66 Shopping

No road trip is complete without bringing home a souvenir to commemorate your journey. And you especially can’t travel The Mother Road without doing a little Route 66 shopping along the way. Whether you hope to collect a sticker at every stop or are looking for the most unique local wares, you’ll find an abundance of stores to browse for that perfect thing.

There are plenty of quirky souvenir shops on Route 66 where you can pick up a magnet with your name on it, a diner mug printed with a photo of a nearby attraction, a screen printed T-Shirt, or a postcard to send home. Whatever you like or collect you can probably find. But if kitschy mementos aren’t your jam, there are heaps more options for shopping on The Mother Road. You’ll find specialty stores, boutiques, vintage shops, curios, and more at every turn of your GPS.

Looking for the best Route 66 shopping destinations to add to your road trip itinerary? Use the filters below to search our shopping directory by location, type, 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 places to purchase a keepsake to remember your vacation.

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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…


Gary's Gay Parita in Ash Grove, Missouri Route 66 Roadside Attraction

Gary’s Gay Parita in Ash Grove, Missouri

Gary's Gay Parita on Route 66 in Ash Grove, Missouri is a replica of a 1934 Sinclair service station complete with original pumps, Route 66 memorabilia, and one of the largest road shields on Route 66. In 1930 Fred and Gay Mason established Gay Parita Sinclair Service in Missouri. In 2006 the site was restored by…


Nelson’s Old Riverton Store in Riverton, Kansas Route 66

Nelson’s Old Riverton Store in Riverton, Kansas

Nelson’s Old Riverton Store in Riverton, Kansas (also known as The Eisler Brothers Old Riverton Store) is a Route 66 institution that predates the Mother Road itself. The Kansas store has been in operation since 1925, before Route 66 was even designated. It was built by Leo Williams, who ran it as Williams Store until…


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,…


Geronimo Trading Post in Joseph City, Arizona Route 66 Attraction

Geronimo Trading Post in Joseph City, Arizona

Geronimo Trading Post in Joseph City, Arizona has been open since 1974. The business attracts Route 66 travelers and I-40 road trippers with a series of roadside billboards advertising it’s wares and unusual on-site attraction: the World’s Largest Petrified Tree. Inside Geronimo Trading Post you’ll find Route 66 souvenirs alongside local crafts and other unique…


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…


Rainbow Rock Shop in Holbrook, Arizona Route 66 Roadside Attraction

Rainbow Rock Shop in Holbrook, Arizona

Find giant dinosaur roadside attractions guarding a garden of petrified wood, rocks, and other souvenirs at the Rainbow Rock Shop in Holbrook, Arizona. Petrified wood shops are popular roadside stops in eastern Arizona. It makes sense as it’s a commodity that is prolific in the area, especially within the popular Petrified Forest National Park. What…


Tee Pee Curios in Tucumcari, New Mexico Route 66 Roadside Attraction and Souvenir Gift Shop

Tee Pee Curios in Tucumcari, New Mexico

Tee Pee Curios in Tucumcari, New Mexico is a tee pee-shaped building, souvenir gift shop, and Route 66 roadside attraction that is full of fun both inside and out! Built in 1944, the business originally operated as a Tee Pee Trading Post with a Gulf service station out front. Throughout the years, it went by…


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…


Uranus, Missouri and the Uranus Fudge Factory and General Store in St Robert, Missouri

Uranus, Missouri and the Uranus Fudge Factory and General Store in St. Robert, Missouri

If you’re looking for a unique roadside attraction on Route 66, you’ve got to pick Uranus. Uranus, Missouri that is. Visit all the fun stops in the "town," pick up fudge or souvenirs at Uranus Fudge Factory and General Store, play mini golf at Putt Pirates, and check out all of the weird roadside attractions…


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