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10 Must-Stop Attractions for the Best Route 66 Road Trip

Reader's Digest Logo By Lori Vanover of Reader's Digest | Slide 1 of 11: Next we hopped on down to Staunton, home of Henry’s Rabbit Ranch. Owner Rich Henry has a passion for pet rabbits and Volkswagens, and you’ll find plenty of both here. A modern replica that’s equal parts old-time filling station and vintage Route 66 gift shop, the ranch welcomes visitors who enjoy the quirky side of life. Keep an eye out for the 'Hare It Is' sign and giant rabbit statue, a clever wink at the iconic Jack Rabbit Trading Post near Joseph City, Arizona. Our Route 66 road trip ended in Livingston. The Pink Elephant Antique Mall is a must-see, eclectic collection of statues and structures, including a fourth 'Giant Man' in a Harley-Davidson shirt, a 1950s-style Twistee Treat diner and ice cream parlor, a rare 1960s-era Futuro 'UFO' House, and, of course, an enormous bright pink elephant. Next, be sure to check out this road trip survival guide before you hit the open road.

A Route 66 road trip is the ideal cross-country travel experience. Here are the best attractions you need to see along the way.

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