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Welcome to the Route 66 Buzz. The Route 66 Buzz is one of our featured locations. We provide Route 66 information and trivia for visitors, locals and anyone else curious about Arizona. The Route 66 attractions page provides a variety of places to visit and explore. Learn more about Route 66 by following our links below.

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Buzzin Basics
Historic Route 66 crosses 8 states… Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and California.

The famous road stretches 2,400 miles.

Route 66 became official on November 11, 1926, the day state and federal highway spokesmen mapped out interstate highway routes connecting the entire nation.

It took 11 years to fully pave the entire route.

Travelers encountered a variety of terrain during their journey through the Arizona... Read more >>
Buzzin Trivia
Of all America’s great highways built during the big road boom in the 1920’s, none epitomized American culture better than the National Trails Highway, better known as Route 66. Stretching from Chicago to California, it wove hundreds of miles through the Midwest and across Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. Route 66 was the 20th century version of the golden road to the promised land.

After the designation came the creation. Route 66 was born when many... Read more >>
Buzzin Attractions

You'll find attractions along the entire route as you drive through the small towns where Route 66 had been an integral part of their downtown, sometimes even as their Main Street. Some structures still remain, preserved for our generation and generations to come. Roadside attractions have been revived, restored, and reopened along the fabled highway. The road still hospitably welcomes pilgrims, not only from across America, but also people from every corner of the world.

Towns and attractions along Route 66 as it passes through Arizona include:

Seligman - which marks the beginning of the remaining stretch of Route 66 running through Arizona. A must do is the Walking Tour through town. This self-guided tour takes you on a journey through Seligman's past. Enjoy shopping at the Historic Seligman Sundries and Delgadillo's Route 66 Gift Shop and Visitor Center.

Peach Springs - Grand Canyon Caverns, Hualapai Indian Reservation, Skywalk, Navajo Falls, Mooney Falls and Havasu Falls.

Kingman - Andy Devine Avenue and Beale Street.

Oatman - Panhandling burros along Main Street. Oatman Hotel and Elephant Tooth.

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