US 66 Facts
Route 66 Maps
Click Route 66 Maps, for links to maps of Route 66.
A State-by-State map of Route 66
- Illinois Route 66 Map
- Missouri Route 66 Map
- Kansas Route 66 Map
- Oklahoma Route 66 Map
- Texas Route 66 Map
- New Mexico Route 66 Map
- Arizona Route 66 Map
- California Route 66 Map
Don't miss our Altimetric information to learn about the elevation and highest points along Route 66.
Route 66 Maps and brochures. A. Whittall
History of Route 66
Route 66 has been an important part of American life since it was created in 1926. It is deeply linked to the fate of many towns, to the travel, lives and experiences of millions of Americans who rode along it seeking jobs, new horizons or enjoying their vacations.
Our History page, details the story of U.S. Highway 66.
Trivia and Curious facts
All the Facts about Route 66
Visit our Trivia page to learn all Route 66's fun-facts, trivial data and curious information.
Did you know that the very First ever McDonald's opened on Route 66 in California? or that Route 66 was not the longest U.S. Highway?
This and more at our Trivia page.
Route 66 FAQ
End of Route 66 sign on Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica, California
- How long is it?
- What are the speed limits?
- Where does it start? and where does it end?
- How much time will it take me to drive it?
These and other questions are anwered at our FAQ page
What are the Top Ten Sights in each State?
Learn which are the top sights in each state along Route 66, like Petrified Forest National Park, near Holbrook in Arizona
States along US 66
Click below to learn all about Route 66's alignment, attractions and landmarks in each of the states crossed by Route 66:
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Banner image: Dead Man's Curve, Laguna New Mexico by Perla Eichenblat.