All posts tagged "Route 66"
Litchfield is the Route Less Traveled
Litchfield offers family fun and historic stops along Route 66.
A Taste of History at Litchfield’s Ariston Cafe
Visit the Ariston Cafe, the oldest restaurant along the Mother Road.
Old Log Cabin Restaurant is Rustic Dining on Route 66
Old Log Cabin Restaurant serves heaping helpings of home cooking and friendliness.
Get Your Kicks in Pontiac
Classic cars, Route 66 and free museums drive travelers to Pontiac.
Funk Farm Brings Maple Syrup From Tree to Tabletop
As operators of Funks Grove Pure Maple Sirup Farm in Shirley, Illinois, Mike and Debby Funk bring syrup...
Get Your Kicks in Springfield
Rev your engines for the Route 66 Mother Road Festival & Car Show in Springfield.
Hungry Travelers Flock to Dell Rhea’s Chicken Basket on Route 66
Dell Rhea's Chicken Basket restaurant caters to hungry travelers along iconic Route 66.
Storing History at Hawes Grain Elevator Museum in Atlanta
Located just a block off historic Route 66, the J.H. Hawes Grain Elevator Museum teaches visitors about agriculture,...
Cozy Dog Drive-In in Springfield Invented Corn Dogs on a Stick
The origin of corn dogs on a stick has an Illinois connection, tracing its roots to the Cozy...
Travel Illinois: Bloomington
Celebrated for its excellent golfing opportunities, awe-inspiring architecture, rich history and expansive educational opportunities, Bloomington is the county...