California Route 66 MuseumRoadside Culture
Housed in the old Red Rooster cafe where Neil Diamond filmed The Jazz Singer, the California Route 66 Museum explores the evolution and cultural impact of the US’ most famous highway through constantly changing exhibitions. The 4500 Sq. Ft. space is filled with relics from the past ranging from a 1917 Ford Model T, 50’s diner booth, VW Bus, and all sorts of wigs and sunglasses to use in your photoshoot. Of course, there’s also plenty of historic photos and documents to learn more about the development of Route 66, from early pioneers to the railroad, to the famed highway of today.
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Private door-to-door transfers between cities with local drivers. Door-to-Door service.
Convenient, affordable, and faster than a train. Custom sightseeing itineraries available.