16 Day Highlights of Route 66

Cosmos Tour starting in Chicago and finishing in Los Angeles

Read 14 reviews and enjoy exclusive savings on Cosmos's 16 Day Highlights of Route 66. Spend 16 days following legendary Route 66 and see how Americans travelled from the 1920s through the 1960s. Also known as the 'Mother Road', this historic route begins in Chicago and...read more
Overview
Operator: Cosmos
Type: Tour (Affordable)
Style: Regional Discovery
Max Group Size: 50
Duration: 16 Days
From: Chicago to Los Angeles
Tour Code: 8530
Visits: USA
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Chicago
Welcome to Chicago, the start of Route 66! Your Tour Director is on hand late this afternoon to answer questions.
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Chicago
Known as the "Windy City," Chicago is home to America's tallest building, legends such as Al Capone and his notorious gang, and countless jazz and blues clubs. Get to know this exciting city on a morning sightseeing tour that includes the sign marking the start of historic Route 66. This afternoon is at leisure. Ride the elevator to the top of the Willis Tower, formally known as the Sears Tower, explore The Magnificent Mile, or stroll along Navy Pier.
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Chicago - Pontiac - Springfield
This morning, immerse yourself in Route 66 memorabilia. Visit the ROUTE 66 HALL OF FAME & MUSEUM in Pontiac, housed in a historic fire station. See the large maps that will sketch out your Route 66 adventure for the coming days, and enjoy the nostalgic photos and postcards from the "Mother Road's" heyday. On to Springfield and the former home of President Abraham Lincoln. Visit the ABRAHAM LINCOLN PRESIDENTIAL MUSEUM.
4
Springfield - St Louis
Cross the mighty Mississippi River and continue to St. Louis, "Gateway to the West." Your orientation tour includes the towering GATEWAY ARCH. Ride to the top of the 630-foot (192 metre) tall Arch for a panoramic view of the city and river.
5
St Louis - Branson
Today, we travel through the Missouri countryside, then on to Branson, one of America's biggest music centres. Join us this evening for our optional award-winning buffet dinner and one of Branson's top shows. (CB)
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Branson - Claremore - Arcadia - Oklahoma City
This morning, leave the Ozarks and travel through America's "Bible Belt" into Cowboy Country. After a quick drive through Kansas, enter Oklahoma, once known as Indian Territory. Stop in Claremore to visit the WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL MUSEUM. Born on a sprawling frontier ranch in Oklahoma, Will Rogers was an Indian, a cowboy, a movie and Broadway star, a writer, a speaker, a comedian, and a world figure. View his collection of saddles, photos, and manuscripts that reflect on his incredible life. In Arcadia, on historic Route 66, visit POPS landmark diner and gas station. Later today, arrive in Oklahoma City. (CB)
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Oklahoma City - Elk City - Amarillo
Start the day with a city sightseeing tour of Oklahoma City, the capital and largest city in Oklahoma. From here, travel to Elk City and visit the NATIONAL ROUTE 66 MUSEUM and take a journey through each of the eight states Route 66 passes through-from Illinois all the way to California. Continue into Texas and on to Amarillo, the state's oil capital. Get into the Lone Star spirit tonight with our optional dinner of juicy Texas steak, served with heaps of Wild West atmosphere. (B)
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Amarillo - Tucumcari - Santa Rosa - Albuquerque
On the way out of Amarillo, see Cadillac Ranch, a quirky art sculpture consisting of a collection of 10 Cadillacs. Before crossing into New Mexico, reach Adrian, the halfway point on Route 66. Across the New Mexico border, visit RUSSELL'S CAR MUSEUM, featuring classic cars and memorabilia that takes you back to the heyday of Route 66. Next, stop in Tucumcari and shop for souvenirs at Teepee Curios, and see the neon signs of the Blue Swallow Motel that has been serving travellers of Route 66 since 1939. Continue along old Route 66 west to Santa Rosa. Look for the signs of the good ol' days: Comet Drive-In, Silver Moon, Sun and Sand, and the stillgrinning faces of Fat Man billboards outside of town. Next, visit Central Avenue in Albuquerque, where many of the original Route 66 buildings and businesses still stand. Afterward, there's free time in this original Spanish town with its fine parish church and Spanish-style plaza. (CB)
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Albuquerque
This morning, enjoy a leisurely breakfast or sunbathe in the New Mexico sunshine. Consider a short walk to Old Town, site of the city's original settlement. Hone your bargaining skills with the local craftsmen who line the square to sell their lovely silver and turquoise jewellery. After exploring more of this atmospheric city, seize the chance to ride the world's longest aerial tramway up nearby Sandia Peak Mountain and witness spine-tingling views of the desert floor, forests, and canyons below.
10
Albuquerque - Gallup - Winslow - Flagstaff
This morning, visit ACOMA SKY CITY, home of the Pueblo Indians, situated on 357-foot (108 metre) high sandstone rock. It is considered to be the oldest continuously inhabited village in the United States. Learn about this city and its inhabitants, and peruse Acoma pottery and jewellery. Then, cross the Continental Divide and continue to Gallup, which claims a longtime Hollywood connection. From Redskin, filmed in 1929, to the more recent adventures of Superman, the area has provided unequaled movie scenery. Tonight is in Flagstaff, nestled at the base of the San Francisco Mountains.
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Flagstaff - Grand Canyon National Park
Deviate from Route 66 to see one of the Natural Wonders of the World, GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK. Wander along the canyon rim for breathtaking views. Perhaps join the optional helicopter flightseeing tour. Overnight inside the national park.
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Grand Canyon National Park - Williams - Seligman - Las Vegas
Return to Route 66 and pass through historic Williams, which is listed in the National Register for Historic Places. Make sure to appreciate the neon signs of the intact circa 1940s "Motel Row." Later today, visit Seligman, home to the rebirth of Route 66. Detour once again from Route 66 to visit the bright lights and excitement of Las Vegas.
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Las Vegas
A day at leisure to relax by the pool or explore the world-renowned Las Vegas Strip. Ride the world's highest rollercoaster, float through a Venice canal, or see man-eating sharks up close-it's all possible in Las Vegas. Don't miss downtown Las Vegas, where you'll find the Fremont Street Experience, five city blocks enclosed in a glass atrium and filled with dazzling lights, sounds, and action. A variety of optional excursions are available, including a float trip through dramatic Black Canyon on the Colorado River. This evening, join an optional night at a dazzling show featuring top Vegas entertainment.
14
Las Vegas - Barstow - Santa Monica - Los Angeles
Today, depart the man-made phenomenon of Las Vegas and cross the Mojave Desert and the San Bernardino Mountains en route to Los Angeles. Visit the BARSTOW ROUTE 66 MUSEUM, which displays a collection of historic photographs and artifacts related to Route 66 and the Mojave Desert communities. Overnight in Los Angeles, the "Capital of Glamour."
15
Los Angeles
Savour the exciting "City of Angels" on our morning tour of glamorous Beverly Hills, Sunset Strip, Hollywood, and Santa Monica, the ending point of Route 66. Return to Los Angeles where the rest of the day is yours to perhaps shop for souvenirs or relax by the pool.
16
Los Angeles
The trip ends today with guests departing on individual schedules. Transfers to Los Angeles International Airport are included. You can extend your holiday with extra nights and explore Los Angeles further. Your Tour Director will have suggestions.
1
Chicago
Welcome to Chicago, the start of Route 66! Your Tour Director is on hand late this afternoon to answer questions.
2
Chicago
Known as the "Windy City," Chicago is home to one of America's tallest buildings, legends such as Al Capone and his notorious gang, and countless jazz and blues clubs. Get to know this exciting city on a morning sightseeing tour that includes the sign marking the start of historic Route 66. This afternoon is at leisure. Ride the elevator to the top of the Willis Tower, formally known as the Sears Tower, explore The Magnificent Mile, or stroll along Navy Pier.
3
Chicago - Pontiac - Springfield
This morning, immerse yourself in Route 66 memorabilia. Visit the ROUTE 66 HALL OF FAME & MUSEUM in Pontiac, housed in a historic fire station. See the large maps that will sketch out your Route 66 adventure for the coming days, and enjoy the nostalgic photos and postcards from the "Mother Road's" heyday. On to Springfield and the former home of President Abraham Lincoln. Visit the ABRAHAM LINCOLN PRESIDENTIAL MUSEUM.
4
Springfield - St Louis
Cross the mighty Mississippi River and continue to St. Louis, "Gateway to the West." Your orientation tour includes the towering GATEWAY ARCH National Park. Ride to the top of the 630-foot (192 metre) tall Arch for a panoramic view of the city and river.
5
St Louis - Branson
Today, we travel through the Missouri countryside, then on to Branson, one of America's biggest music centres. Join us this evening for our optional award-winning buffet dinner and one of Branson's top shows. (CB)
6
Branson - Arcadia - Oklahoma City
This morning, leave the Ozarks and travel through America's "Bible Belt" into Cowboy Country. After a quick drive through Kansas, enter Oklahoma, once known as Indian Territory. In Arcadia, on historic Route 66, visit POPS landmark diner and gas station. Later today, arrive in Oklahoma City. (CB)
7
Oklahoma City - Elk City - Amarillo
HOMA CITY-ELK CITY- AMARILLO. Start the day with a city sightseeing tour of Oklahoma City, the capital and largest city in Oklahoma. From here, travel to Elk City and visit the NATIONAL ROUTE 66 MUSEUM and take a journey through each of the eight states Route 66 passes through-from Illinois all the way to California. Continue into Texas and on to Amarillo, the state's oil capital. Get into the Lone Star spirit tonight with our optional dinner of juicy Texas steak, served with heaps of Wild West atmosphere. (CB)
8
Amarillo - Tucumcari - Albuquerque
On the way out of Amarillo, see Cadillac Ranch, a quirky art sculpture consisting of a collection of 10 Cadillacs. Before crossing into New Mexico, reach Adrian, the halfway point on Route 66. Across the New Mexico border, visit RUSSELL'S CAR MUSEUM, featuring classic cars and memorabilia. Next, stop in Tucumcari and shop for souvenirs at Teepee Curios, and see the neon signs of the Blue Swallow Motel that has been serving travellers of Route 66 since 1939. Visit Central Avenue in Albuquerque, where many of the original Route 66 buildings and businesses still stand. Afterward, there's free time in this original Spanish town with its fine parish church and Spanish-style plaza. (CB)
9
Albuquerque
This morning, enjoy a leisurely breakfast or sunbathe in the New Mexico sunshine. Consider a short walk to Old Town, site of the city's original settlement. Hone your bargaining skills with the local craftsmen who line the square to sell their lovely silver and turquoise jewellery. After exploring more of this atmospheric city, seize the chance to ride the world's longest aerial tramway up nearby Sandia Peak Mountain and witness spine-tingling views of the desert floor, forests, and canyons below.
10
Albuquerque - Gallup - Winslow - Williams
This morning, visit ACOMA SKY CITY, home of the Pueblo Indians, situated on 357-foot (109 metre) high sandstone rock. It is considered to be the oldest continuously inhabited village in the United States. Learn about this city and its inhabitants, and peruse Acoma pottery and jewellery. Then, cross the Continental Divide and continue to Gallup, which claims a longtime Hollywood connection. From Redskin, filmed in 1929, to the more recent adventures of Superman, the area has provided unequaled movie scenery. The next two nights are in Williams, gateway to the Grand Canyon, and listed in the National Register for Historic Places. The Historic Downtown District covers six square blocks and boasts a rich heritage that features the Old West and Route 66.
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Williams - Excursion To Grand Canyon National Park
Deviate from Route 66 to see one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK. Wander along the canyon rim for breathtaking views and wildlife. Elk are frequently spotted grazing in the forested areas on the South Rim. Perhaps join the optional helicopter flightseeing tour? Return to Williams where the evening is free to explore the historic Americanastyle shops and restaurants dating back to the early 1900s, and home of Pete's Route 66 Gas Station Museum, featuring highway memorabilia. Be sure to appreciate the neon signs of the intact circa 1940s "Motel Row." (CB)
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Williams - Seligman - Las Vegas
epart Williams for Seligman, home to the rebirth of Route 66. Detour once again from Route 66 to visit the bright lights and excitement of Las Vegas. This evening, join an optional night at a dazzling show featuring top Vegas entertainment. (CB)
13
Las Vegas
A day at leisure to relax by the pool or explore the world-renowned Las Vegas Strip. Ride the world's highest rollercoaster, float through a Venice canal, or see man-eating sharks up close-it's all possible in Las Vegas. Don't miss downtown Las Vegas, where you'll find the Fremont Street Experience, five city blocks enclosed in a glass atrium and filled with dazzling lights, sounds, and action. A variety of optional excursions are available, including a float trip through dramatic Black Canyon on the Colorado River.
14
Las Vegas - Barstow - Los Angeles
Today, depart the man-made phenomenon of Las Vegas and cross the Mojave Desert and the San Bernardino Mountains en route to Los Angeles. Visit the BARSTOW ROUTE 66 MUSEUM, which displays a collection of historic photographs and artifacts related to Route 66 and the Mojave Desert communities. Overnight in Los Angeles, the "Capital of Glamour."
15
Los Angeles
Savour the exciting "City of Angels" on our morning tour of glamorous Beverly Hills, Sunset Strip, Hollywood, and Santa Monica, the ending point of Route 66. Return to Los Angeles where the rest of the day is yours to perhaps shop for souvenirs or relax by the pool. Your Tour Director will have suggestions.
16
Los Angeles
Your holiday ends this morning. You can extend your holiday with extra nights and explore Los Angeles further. Your Tour Director will have suggestions.
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Trip Inclusions
  • SIGHTSEEING: In Chicago, Oklahoma City, and Los Angeles; orientation in St. Louis, Route 66 Hall of Fame & Museum, Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum, Gateway Arch, Will Rogers Memorial Museum, Elk City National Route 66 Museum, Pops Landmark Diner & Gas Station, Russell's Car Museum, and Barstow Route 66 Museum.
  • SCENIC HIGHLIGHTS: Route 66, Acoma Sky City, Grand Canyon National Park, and Route 66 icons: Cadillac Ranch, Tucumcari, and Las Vegas.
  • GUIDES: Services of a professional Tour Director.
  • TRANSPORTATION: Private, deluxe air-conditioned motorcoach while touring.
  • HOTELS: Twin-bedded rooms with private bath or shower, hotel taxes, service charges, and tips for baggage handling.
  • INSIDE VISITS as shown in UPPERCASE in the tour description, including admission charges where applicable.
Accommodation
  • Hotel Classifications: First Class (F), Moderate First Class (MF), Superior First Class (SF), Superior Tourist Class (ST)
  • Chicago Best Western Grant Park Hotel (ST) or Hotel Indigo Chicago Gold Coast (F), Springfield Wyndham Springfield City Center (F), St. Louis Pear Tree Union Station (ST), Branson Comfort Inn Thousand Hills (ST), Oklahoma City Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown Hotel (SF), Amarillo Country Inn & Suites Amarillo West (ST), Albuquerque Best Western Plus Rio Grande Inn (MF), Flagstaff Days Hotel Flagstaff (MF), Grand Canyon National Park Yavapai Lodge West (ST), Las Vegas Sls Las Vegas Hotel and Casino (MD), Los Angeles L.A. Hotel Downtown (SF)
Included Meals
  • 4 Breakfasts
Trip Notes
  • Accommodation, itinerary and inclusions subject to change.
  • Prices are for land/cruise only. International flights not included.
Trip Inclusions
  • CHICAGO: Sightseeing.
  • PONTIAC: Visit Route 66 Hall of Fame & Museum.
  • SPRINGFIELD: Visit Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum.
  • ST. LOUIS: Orientation tour; visit the Gateway Arch National Park.
  • OKLAHOMA CITY: Sightseeing.
  • AMARILLO: Cadillac Ranch.
  • ALBUQUERQUE: Visit Old Town and Acoma Sky City.
  • GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK: Sightseeing.
  • WILLIAMS: Historic Route 66.
  • LAS VEGAS: Orientation tour of the famous Las Vegas "Strip"
  • BARSTOW: Visit Barstow Route 66 Museum.
  • LOS ANGELES: Sightseeing.
  • SANTA MONICA: Sightseeing; ending point of Historic Route 66.
  • INSIDE VISITS and special features are shown in UPPERCASE in the tour description, including admission charges where applicable.
  • PROFESSIONAL TOUR DIRECTOR
  • TRANSPORTATION: Private, deluxe, air-conditioned motorcoach while touring.
  • HOTELS: Includes rooms with private bath or shower, hotel taxes, service charges, and tips for baggage handling.
  • MEALS: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner indicated by breakfast (B), lunch (L), and dinner (D) on the itinerary.
Included Meals
  • 6 Breakfasts
Accommodation
  • Hotel Classifications: Moderate Deluxe (MD), First Class (F), Moderate First Class (MF), Superior First Class (SF), Superior Tourist Class (ST)
  • Chicago Inn of Chicago (MF), Springfield Wyndham Springfield City Centre (F), St. Louis Drury Inn & Suites St. Louis Convention Center (MF), Branson Comfort Inn Thousand Hills (ST), Oklahoma City Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown Hotel (SF), Amarillo Country Inn & Suites Amarillo West (ST), Albuquerque Best Western Plus Rio Grande Inn (MF), Williams La Quinta Inn & Suites Williams (MF), Las Vegas Sls Las Vegas Hotel and Casino (MD), Los Angeles L.A. Hotel Downtown (SF)
Trip Notes
  • Accommodation, itinerary and inclusions subject to change.
  • Prices are for land/cruise only. International flights not included.
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Average Age: 35-60+ years
Types: Coach Tours
Max Group Size(s): 50
Budget: Low Cost
Destinations: Africa, Asia, Canada & Alaska, Europe, South & Central America, UK & Ireland, USA
Reviews (14)
Trip reviews from past clients of Global Journeys who have travelled on Highlights of Route 66 with Cosmos.
NSW, Australia
Aug 2018
2 Helpful Votes
“Really, really enjoyable”
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We finished this tour last Sunday and it was really up there in enjoyable experiences. I had really only gone along for the ride as my husband wanted to do it but to my surprise I enjoyed it as much. A word of warning though is that it is very hectic, having to be on the coach ready for the road by 8am most mornings and not getting to our hotels sometimes as late as 6pm. The majority of nights are single stays so the double nights were much appreciated. Of course not all of Route 66 still exists and it is sad to see the towns that are dying or have died when the interstates opened up. Lots of towns have pulled out all the stops to encourage the tourists to visit and the murals are truly amazing. John our guide and Craig our driver (both very good) and the group of passengers melded well. I would do the trip again in a heartbeat, even with all the on and offs the coach each day. If you want to do then don’t wait, book it.
New Zealand
Jul 2017
3 Helpful Votes
2 Trips
“Route 66”
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This is the second time I have travelled with Cosmos and overall experience is very good, also money wise
what we did not like was the spiel about giving tips and how much we should give to the driver and tour director.
WA, Australia
Jul 2017
5 Helpful Votes
1 Trip
“Kicks on Route 66”
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This is a very good US Tour, We did it as a way of getting a "feel" for the American Way. Our Driver was exceptional in his driving ability and local knowledge for the whole trip Chicago to LA. Likewise our tour guide/director. With a big group of people, in our case around forty six passengers it's hard to please everyone all the time, but both these guys did an excellent job. The trip certainly gave us the Route66 experience plus the added features of the Grand Canyon and Los Vegas were scene setting for us.

The add on tours that were offered were generally good value and catered for different tastes and budgets. Only one concern/disappointment for us and many other folk on the tour was the very long "free" time at the Grand Canyon, after we had been shown the highlights, we had to endure nearly four hours waiting for the Coach to return from other duties to pick us up. We recommend that the gratitudes/tips for driver & tour director be prepaid before leaving, in our case Australia, that would be much more cost effective than running the tipping gauntlet/con in the US while on tour.
ACT, Australia
May 2017
4 Helpful Votes
1 Trip
“Great Journey on Route 66 with excellent tour director and driver - Excellent Value”
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Our 16 day journey was really 14 days with only Checkin only on the first day and Checkout only on the last day. We were thrilled with all aspects of our Journey and believe it was excellent value. Starting from day 2 in Chicago the included and optional tours that we took all of expect the Hollywood optional tour were all great. The highlights for us were some of our optional extras such as the Sandia Peak Tram which was far better than we expected, the wonderful helicopter flight over the Grand Canyon, the Las Vegas the Show was a great dinner and show night despite a few of the actors not being the best match for the character they impersonated.

The Hoover Dam trip was very interesting. In hindsight I may have missed the Warner Studio tour but it was still interesting. After the trip we went to Universal Studios for a day and that is far better. We were very appreciate of the wonderful efforts of both our driver and tour guide who were very professional as well as friendly and extremely willing to help and explain. There were a few minor initial issues with booking details but all bookings worked smoothly. The accommodation was very good for the tour price. We would have no hesitation in recommending this tour to others.
NSW, Australia
Apr 2016
2 Helpful Votes
1 Trip
“Worry free holiday ”
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We just did the first Route 66 bus tour of the year 2016 with Cosmos, and it was very good. We liked to do the first tours of the year as it not as crowded, and our tour had only 32 people a mix of Australian English Canadian & American. We all got on very good. Our tour guide Mary & John were the best and it was great to be on their tour. We did the optional dinners & shows and could not complain. Also we did the optional helicopter ride over the Grand Canyon, it was an amazing experience. We would definitely travel with Cosmos tours again.
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