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Grand Canyon (Tusayan), Arizona
Historic Route 66 in Grand Canyon Arizona
Historic Route 66
Distance from hotel: 52.20 miles

Explore Historic Route 66 in Arizona

Arizona's Route 66 holds a legendary reputation in movies, film and pop culture, not to mention an enduring allure for visitors. Route 66 vacations in Arizona offer an amazing variety of national monuments, national parks, geological marvels, ghost towns, colorful canyons, prehistoric archaeological sites, unforgettable natural wonders and historic landmarks.
Cruise Route 66 to see for yourself. But first, take a moment to learn some facts and information about the many attractions along the "Main Street of America." Here are some of the top ways to get your kicks on Route 66 before you embark on your unforgettable journey.


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  • Route 66 Celebrations
  • Festivals & Special Events
  • Live Music


  • Shopping
  • Photography
  • Dining
  • Road Trips
  • Sightseeing
  • Hiking


  • What are the highlights on route 66 in aZ?

    Arizona lets you travel from Kingman to Seligman on one of the most popular area's along all of Route 66. This stretch of classic road in Arizona invites road trippers and tourists to take part in roadside dining from a time gone by. Scattered along the road throughout the state you'll find unique scenery from the old west, historic sites, natural wonders like the Petrified Forest National Park, old roadside attractions, trading posts, and tourist attractions like Holbrook's “Sleep in a Teepee” Wigwam Village.
  • What are the favorite diners on Route 66 in AZ?

    Delgadillo’s Snow Cap in Seligman is located at the heart of Route 66, and has been a must-see stop for generations. This spot near the Grand Canyon was founded by Juan Delgadillo in 1953, serving homemade ice cream and family favorites for more than five decades. West Side Lilo's is another great eatery nearby. For another treat, stop by Mr D'z, which has been voted the best hamurger and milkshake on Route 66, and has been featured on national television, including Good Morning America.

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