Route 66 in Texas begins and ends with ghost towns. In between are a whole lot of surprises
The legendary U Drop In. Photo galleries. The midpoint of Route 66. Great pie and buffalo burgers. A legendary steakhouse. A giant cross. A museum dedicated to barbed wire. And much, much more
This is Route 66 in Texas.
Everything is bigger in Texas
Jim Hinckley Recommends
Jim Hinckley has been telling people where to go since 1990. Here are a few of his favorite places along Route 66 in Texas.
- Western Motel, Shamrock
- U Drop Inn, Shamrock
- Big Vern’s Steakhouse, Shamrock
- Devil’s Rope Museum, McLean
- Red River Steakhouse, McLean
- Chalet Inn, Groom
- Cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, Groom
- I Am Rte 66 Visitor Center & Gallery, Amaillo
- 6th Avenue Historic District, Amarillo
- Big Texan Steak Ranch, Amarillo
- Milburn – Price Culture Museum, Vega
- Midpoint Cafe, Adrian
End of The Road
Like bookends Route 66 in Texas is bracketed by ghost towns.
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Route 66 Navigation is more than the best app available for navigating Route 66. It is the ultimate travel companion with an extensive list of attractions, restaurants, historic sites, wineries, breweries, saloons and museums.
Route 66 Navigation developed by Touch Media, creator of the Mother Road Route 66 Passport