We made the 1.5 hour drive to Seligman while on a road trip to the Grand Canyon, and I'm so glad we did!
Seligman is a small, quirky town on Route 66 with plenty of nostalgia and remnants of the old road. Driving through it is really like stepping into a time warp. There are several gift shops and diners along the main street with tons of memorabilia. I enjoyed all of the shops, but Seligman Sundries was our favorite. The walk up to the door is hilarious, with old cars, planes and various 1950's paraphernalia scattered about. The owners were incredibly nice and we found several great souvenirs to take home. The town is worth the drive, we'll be back!
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