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Towns along Route 66

Complete information on all the villages, hamlets, towns & cities (including "ghost towns") located on U.S. 66

Which towns does Route 66 go through? Here you will find all of them

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A State by State detail of all the towns, villages & cities on Route 66: Full information on each of the towns and cities that are located along the alignment of Route-66. A State by State, Town by Town list. Click on each town to find out about its history, tourist attractions, sights, landmarks and lodging.

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What towns does Route 66 go through? All Towns along U.S. 66

States are listed alphabetically. Towns from East to West within each state.


Towns located on Route 66 in Arizona

From East to West

Read more about Arizona, on Route 66, its history, landmarks and sights.

Downtown Winslow today, Winslow, AZ. Route 66
Downtown Winslow Arizona
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Towns located on Route 66 in California

Read more about California, on Route 66, its attractions, historic sites, landmarks and more...

Three Must-See sights along Route 66 in California

  1. Wigwam Village #7 (San Bernardino)
  2. Santa Monica Pier (Santa Monica)
  3. Cucamonga Richfield Service Station (1915)
  4. Roy's Cafe and Motel (Amboy)

California towns listed from East to West


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List of the 1926-30 Route 66 Towns East to West

This segment lies between Springfield and Staunton west of the later 1930-77 US 66:


Towns located on Route 66 in Kansas

Click on the link below to read about the main landmarks on Route 66 in each of the towns it crosses in Kansas:

Towns from East to West

Downtown Galena and Route 66.

Downtown Galena
View of the Downtown area, Galena, Kansas


Towns located on Route 66 in Missouri

From East to West

Click on the links below for complete information on each town and village

List of Route 66 Towns in Missouri from East to West:

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Read more about Missouri, its places to see and things to do.

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Towns located on Route 66 in New Mexico

Listed Alphabetically

Click on the link: New Mexico for full information on the history, climate and route 66 attractions in New Mexico.

Below are our pages on each of the towns along the alignment of US highway 66 across the state, including the old US 66 1926 to 1937 road through Santa Fe.

Blue Swallow Motel
Blue Swallow Motel, New Mexico


Towns located on the Oklahoma segment of Route 66

Learn a bit more about OKLAHOMA. Full details on its attractions, road alignment and "Mother Road" attractions.

Towns in Oklahoma on US 66, from East to West

Tulsa skyline

Tulsa Skyline
Tulsa skyline, Tulsa, Oklahoma


Towns and Cities along Route 66 in Texas

From East to West

TEXAS, a summary of the state and its main attractions. Click on the links of the towns below to visit their web pages and get complete information on their sights, landmarks, Route 66 must-see-sights, and more!

Historic CONOCO Tower Station, Shamrock Texas

Route 66 Conoco service station at Shamrock
Historic Place: Art-Deco Conoco service station and diner, Shamrock, Texas


Banner image: Dead Man's Curve, Laguna New Mexico by Perla Eichenblat.