Discover Our Heritage in the Nation’s Heartland
Before a web of interstate highways cris-crossed the country, Route 66 was known as the Main Street of America. It earned this title due to the millions of migrants who traveled its many miles, seeking a better life out West. And it was along this route that modern America sprang up—motels, fast-food restaurants, and one-of-a-kind roadside attractions. Retrace the path of so many before, and take a nostalgic journey through pure Americana.
Total Length: 2,248 miles
States Included: Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California
To plan your road trip, use our search along the route tool to find hotels on Route 66—just enter your starting and ending points to get started.