We went walking around 6th Street on Saturday afternoon. Parking was easily available. There was an abundance of antique stores and restaurant/bars. It was really cold out so we didn't stay long.
About Route 66 Historic District
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This mile-long historic district for Route 66 is located at 6th Avenue. The street features locally owned stores many converted from a mix of previously residential homes, motels and entertainment buildings. Visitors can window shop or purchase antiques, memorabilia, souvenirs and enjoy a meal or...More
There are quite a few antique shops on 6th Street. Along with antiques, there's also a lot of history. For instance, the NAT is a great place for shopping, but it also used to be a Natatorium. The main floor in the building covered the...More
Just a short distance north of I-40 on Amarillo Ave. is the original Route 66. Take a drive down this historic road and see the older style motels that Mom and Dad used when they took a vacation. Great street crowded with interesting shops and...More
Love going in the Route 66 district. Many shops that are locally owned. There are many wonderful restaurants and antique shops.
Cool vibe and mostly antique shops and stores that have just about everything for sale. You never know what you're going to find! Must see on Route 66!
We got our kicks on Route 66 big time. So much to see and do and I can't pick a favourite stop as they were all amazing! Keep on keeping on jolly old Route 66. We did it as an organised tour- hectic and early...More
This was the only place that fell short of expectation on a recent Texas road trip. The area was just a road with a lot of boarded up units, a selection of "antique" (junk) shops and shops selling items for tourists such as t shirts....More