Stroll Through The 50′s On Route 66 In Seligman, AZ

Photo of Snow Cap Burgers on Route 66 in Seligman, Arizona by Warren Keating

As you head out on I-40, leaving Kingman far behind, be prepared for the time warp that lies ahead. When the Delgadillo brothers saw the Route 66 business in the town of Seligman literally disappear overnight, they were moved to save the town, and, inevitably all of Route 66, preserving some of the most uniquely American roadside diners and attractions still remaining. Exit Interstate 40 at the first Seligman exit following the signs to Historic Route 66, and take a ride down one of the most well-preserved and maintained stretches of the Mother Road. It’s no wonder that you won’t be in Seligman long before you see busloads of European and Asian tourist, with gaping mouths, in wonderment at witnessing their Route 66 dreams come to life. Have an old-fashioned malted at the Snow Cap restaurant or some savory German food at Westside Lilo’s Cafe.


No trip to Seligman is complete without stopping at the Route 66 Gift Shop and saying hello to Angel Delgadillo, a major player in saving Route 66 from complete extinction.

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