Great stop! Fun for both kids and adults. The puns don't stop; we couldn't stop laughing! Lots of photo ops, nice gift shop with lots to choose from. A definite must stop!
Nice short stop on Route 66. Included on the Route 66 Passport stops. The lady at the desk was very friendly and informative of the area. Great little gift shop, too!
A must stop on Route 66! George has nothing but a smile and great conversation for you. He will tell you all about the property and how it came to be. Great photo ops and cute little gift shop. Will definitely stop by again!
I wish it wasn't so late when we passed through here! There's a small area with tables where you can sit and have a picnic or snack. The size of it is pretty impressive. Will make sure to go back during the day!
Located on the fairgrounds' entrance. We just did a drive-by due to lack of time but for being a big statue it was pretty impressive to look at. Cool photo op!
The gift shop was closed when we got there, but cool stop for photo ops! Kiddos loved it!
Another of our Route 66 Passport stops. We were short on time though so didn't go through the center. Next time!
Made a quick stop as it was part of our Route 66 Passport stops with the kids (3 & 6 yr. old). We didn't go into the museum itself but there were some pretty cool photo ops outside in the lobby and a quaint little gift shop. More photo ops outside.
The gas station is part of Cars on the Route. Unfortunately, it was closed when we drove by, but it was still very much worth the stop! They have Tow Tater which is the original from which Tow Mater was based on for Disney's Cars movie as well as Big Red (the firetruck). Around the corner to the right heading back to Missouri, you'll come across the Luigi, Lightening McQueen, and the sheriff. It's supposedly where the idea of Radiator Springs came to be. The kids will love it, and if you're a Disney fan, well adults will have fun with the photo ops, too! Visit down the street and you'll come across a restored Texaco gas station (Gearhead Curios) and speak with the owner there, Aaron. He'll tell you all about the area and legends of the route and the town. You also get a photo op with Doc Hudson at this shop. It is a very quiet little town but so full of character!
Couldn't find it based on the address and GPS directions. Or perhaps it was just too small that we missed it? Disappointing :(