Built in 1946, the Munger Moss Motel is still a great, “Mom & Pop” overnight stay. Located on Route 66 in Lebanon, Missouri, Route 66 lovers from around the world recognize this iconic neon sign. As you can see, it’s beautiful day and night.
This beloved sign is located in Needles, California. The sun was setting when we entered Needles from the East on Route 66. The sign looks quite different during the day, but looks fantastic no matter when you see it.
This charming scene is located on Route 66 in Amarillo, Texas. The business is called Texas Ivy, an adorable little antique shop. You’re sure to fall in love with this establishment and its owner, a sweet lady named Dora. *FREE Shipping in the USA
This quaint replica gas station named Gay Parita has captured the hearts of folks from all over the world. Even though this place is amazing and feels like you stepped back in time, the main reason people love it is due to its former owner, the late Gary Turner. He was a sweet, caring, and giving man. His famous quote was, “Friends for Life,” and he truely meant it.
Gary’s daughter, Barbara, is now at the helm. She’s very much like her Dad. Be sure to include this incredible stop in Paris Springs, Missouri, on your Route 66 adventure! It’s located approximately 25 miles west of Springfield, Missouri, on Route 66.