LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The stretch of Route 66 from San Bernardino through the San Gabriel Valley offers a variety of sights to see, from the California Route 66 Museum to the Wigwam Motel.
THE AUTRY NATIONAL CENTER
Historic Route 66 is being celebrated at the Gene Autry Museum with their exhibit "Route 66, the Road and the Romance."
CALIFORNIA ROUTE 66 MUSEUM VICTORVILLE
Head out to the high desert in Victorville, where you can revisit the golden days of Route 66.
One of the only two remaining Wigwam Motels on historic Route 66, it's become a must stop for travelers of the "mother road" from around the world.
THE MAGIC LAMP INN
This vintage steak house has fed many hungry travelers over the years with their signature steaks, seafood and fine wines. But many also make the stop here on Route 66 for a photo with the iconic Magic Lamp.
MADONNA OF THE TRAIL
Upland, California is home to one of twelve "Madonna of the Trail" statues along Route 66 dedicated to the spirit of pioneer women in the United States. You can find this beauty along Route 66 on Foothill Blvd and N. Euclid Ave, Upland, CA 91786.
THE DONUT MAN
With lines that often wrap around the building, this shop has been pounding out an endless supply of donuts of all shapes, sizes and flavors for 42 years on Route 66.
SANTA ANITA PARK
The race track in Arcadia opened in 1934 and is the oldest Racing facility in California.
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