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13 Weird and Wacky Attractions on Route 66

Fodor's Logo By Elizabeth Xu of Fodor's | Slide 1 of 14: <p><strong>Where:</strong> Santa Monica, California</p><p>In what might be an anticlimactic end, you can’t actually drive to the end of the road. That’s due to its positioning on the <a href="http://www.fodors.com/world/north-america/usa/california/los-angeles/things-to-do/sights/reviews/santa-monica-pier-92093">Santa Monica Pier</a>, which only allows pedestrians. After you snap a photo of the sign you can check out the nearby Route 66 merchandise (if you haven’t had your fill already), take a ride on the Ferris wheel, grab a bite to eat, or just gaze at the Pacific Ocean. This replica sign was placed in 1999, when the Pier was officially designated as the end of Route 66.</p><p><strong>Plan Your Trip:</strong> Visit <a href="http://www.fodors.com/world/north-america/usa/california/los-angeles/neighborhoods/santa-monica-venice-and-malibu/santa-monica">Fodor’s Santa Monica Guide</a></p>

As Route 66 turns 90 years old, this historic road is still helping travelers get their kicks.

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