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This mile-long stretch of road originally belonging to Route 66, now features shops, clubs and restaurants. Favorites include the Nat Ballroom, currently an antiques store, but a former stop for the Big Bands that passed through Amarillo, and the...more
There were some antique shops & bars. We stopped in Amarillo’s Route 66 Store and Antiques . It is a HUGE store. Had everything you could possibly want. The Lady there recommended that we visit Palo Duro Canyon. Great advice.
If you are looking for a fun place to see some of the historic Route 66 buildings, downtown Amarillo is a great place to go. Very easy to get to and many of the spots of interest are on an easy mile strip with points...More
We were very interested to go to the historic Route 66 stretch on 6th. What we saw were a variety of eateries and 'antique' stores that ranged widely in offerings and quality. The Two Loons gift shop (not antiques) was nice but could have been...More
There’s a lot to see and do down on Amarillo’s stretch of Hwy. 66. With just a bit of conversation with a local merchant or resident and a bit of study on your own, you can enjoy a wealth of cuisine, music, art, shopping, museums,...More
The area certainly conjures up images of what the old Route 66 must have been like - there are some very interesting shops mostly with a wide range of antiques and they are fun to wander around. Generally, the area looks like it could do...More
I personally love traveling on Route 66. I love the history, the vibe, the abandon buildings that once was a thriving business back in the day. So much to see, so much to do. Make sure you go to "Cadillac Ranch", and make sure you...More