Those looking for a 50’s or 60’s themed stay with recent updates should stop by the Delta Motel. After a day of exploring Winslow and Route 66, you’ll feel relaxed in a cozy motel like this one!
A staple since 1928, Earl’s Motor Court has been around since Route 66 was built. This charming motel stays true to the retro feel and is a must-stay for traveler’s on a Route 66 road trip!
Look closely, or you’ll miss it! Make sure to make a pit stop by the smallest church on Route 66, also known as Tiny Church of the Mother Road, in Skylark Courtyard on your stroll through Main Street.
This memorial is dedicated to the tragedy of September 11th, 2001. This memorial features beams from the actual wreckage of the towers.
You can’t miss a delicious meal at the oldest running restaurant in Winslow. For 72 years, the Falcon Restaurant & Lounge has been serving quality food to tourists and locals alike.
Nestled between Navajo and Apache County, your trip isn’t complete without stopping by Petrified Forest National Park. Be awestruck by the unique views of petrified wood, an ancient village, and petroglyphs as you journey through the park that hosts evidence of thousands of years of history.
During your Winslow adventure, make a stop by Jack’s canyon where you can overlook the canyon bustling with native plants and critters. You can camp, hike, or just be entranced by the stunning backdrop.
Once a famous trading post, this historic building now serves as a visitor center on weekdays where you can stop by and meet a friendly group that can help you find what you’re looking for!
This quaint and historic stay is both decadent and laidback. Previous guests love the Victorian style and vintage furnishings. If you love the bed & breakfast experience, book this stay!
This bed & breakfast is sure to be a sweet deal, literally! Your hosts not only operate this lodging spot, but they also operate a local bakery. So expect some tasty treats along with some exceptional hospitality.