Making Memories Along Route 66

Making Memories Along Route 66

Making Memories Along Route 66

14 July 2017

Embarking on an all-American road trip along Route 66 this summer? Visit us along the ride! Read on to learn about 5 Magic Memories stops along Route 66 that all celebrate true Americana and some of the most treasured pastimes.

Start off your trip by taking in an MLB Cubs game at Wrigley Field in Chicago, IL. Wrigley Field was built in 1914, and is the second-oldest ballpark in the US, younger than Boston's Fenway Park by just 2 years. Wrigley is home to so many unbelievable moments in baseball, so be sure to stop by and make your own.

Next up, visit Showboat Branson Belle in Branson, MO. The attraction one of the Silver Dollar City Attractions, offers lake cruises with shows and dining. Guests can enjoy experiences both on- and off-shore, and take home a new range of tangible storybook products and high-value digital options.

Are you brave enough to take on the Wild West? Then head to Grand Canyon Railroad where you'll venture into one of the seven natural wonders of the world. You might even encounter a few outlaws.

What's more American than an ice cold Coca-Cola?! Make a quick stop in Las Vegas at Everything Coke. Don't forget to stop and say hi to this guy!

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Conclude your trip at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. Open since 1913, the museum is home to more than 35 million objects, some as old as 4.5 billion years. The Natural History Family of Museums includes the NHM (Exposition Park), the Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits (Hancock Park/Mid-Wilshire), and the William S. Hart Park and Museum (Newhall, California).