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We may earn a commission from affiliate links. This small and unassuming city in the High Plains of West Texas holds some surprising treats for visitors, and many of the best tourist attractions and things to do are free. Amarillo lies at the midway point on historic US Route You can catch a glimpse of what traveling through this area might have been like mid-century by driving through the city's Historic Route 66 District. For a little creative fun, head out to Cadillac Ranch and try your hand at graffiti, or enjoy some of the state's unique scenery by hitting the trails in nearby Palo Duro Canyon.

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I'm thinking if we ever did get our own RV, it would have to have all the retro vibes! Steak at The Big Texan. Try the 72 oz.

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Alice Kerley, named as a Southern Living Tastemaker, is the Blogger behind Lone Star Looking Glass - a life and style blog sharing her favorite fashion finds, travel diaries, and everyday adventures in motherhood in the hopes to inspire like-minded women. This 22' cowboy gets his name due to once being used as target practice before he was restored and sent to Amarillo to be put on display.

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The comforts of our cars feel a bit more approachable than taking to the skies these days. In fact, my very own grandparents honeymooned along Route 66 back in the s! Route 66 Historic District is home to several blocks of walkable shops and restaurants along what was once the "main drag" through town. There's even an official Route 66 Store sporting goods that pay homage to Route 66's heyday. Make Your Mark on Cadillac Ranch. The vintage cars' original paint is long gone and visitors are even encouraged to bring their own can of spray paint along with them to make their own mark on the installation.

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It's consists of a platter full of Fritos smothered with the cafe's famous chili, cheese. This is the perfect spot to really show off those kicks mine are Tecovas!

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But many cities and towns have created historic districts surrounding the original route that continue to thrive today. Today, Route 66 is broken up in several places, giving way to America's interstate system. I was particularly inspired by the floral prints and s decor adorning several of them. The museum houses Jack's collection of restored vintage RVs dating back to the s.

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If you're heading to Amarillo, or even just passing through, you simply have got to stop at The Big Texan. This roide sculpture boasts 10 vintage Cadillacs buried in the dirt so that they are angled similarly to that of the Great Pyramids of Giza. We had so much fun popping in and out of the colorful antique shops.

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It gives me something to look forward to and ponder over on those long hauls! We were told we couldn't miss the Flagstaff Pie at the GoldenLight. The description re, "better be hungry! Alley Katz Antiques and 6th Street Antique Mall have over vendors combined and are the places to peruse for those retro, vintage and collectible finds.

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Whenever I'm on a road trip, thinking about where we're going to stop for our next meal can feel all-consuming. Patrick and I have always dreamed of owning our own RV one day and it was such a treat to step inside these RVs of yesteryear. You can't miss its larger than life and bright yellow exterior when passing through town! It's home to the famous "free" 72 oz.

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About Amarillo Amarillo Stories. Salute a Larger than Life Cowboy. The oldest restaurant in Amarillo, the GoldenLight Cafe has been serving up burgers to Texans and travelers alike since the s.

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The Big Texan feeds over half a million visitors each year and has been featured on numerous foodie television shows and even parodied in films. Just a few blocks down the way you'll find the Route 66 on the back of a painted truck. Visitors are treated to the history of these larger-than-life vehicles from their inception until present day. Speaking of selfies, Amarillo's Route 66 Historic District has ample opportunities for visitors to snap that perfect insta-worthy shot to share.

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Amarillo's Route 66 Historic District is home to oodles of unique boutiques. This giant cowboy saluting cars passing by is a symbol of the golden age of funky roide attractions. It's consists of a platter full of Fritos smothered with the cafe's famous chili, cheese and onions. Snap a Shot in Front of Street Art. Distinctly Amarillo. With everything going on in the world right now, road tripping has become more and more popular than every form of travel. The catch is it's free - only if you can eat the entire steak and all the sides that come along with it in under an hour!

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If you're feeling stir crazy and itching to drive off into the horizon to someplace new, then I have an adventure for you - Route Route 66 was famous for its many tourist "traps" and a journey along this famous road was more of the draw than the destination to many travelers. Take a seat in front of dozens of lone star states at the corner of 6th Avenue and Virginia Street. Before selfies were even a thing, tourists would flock to the "Second Amendment Cowboy" for photo ops and to get a glimpse of this cowboy in person. We visited Amarillo and had such a fun time exploring stops both new and old along the famous Route Cadillac Ranch is an ever-changing colorful public art installation sitting along the outskirts of Amarillo.

You'll find a souvenir or seven here along with one-of-a-kind gifts which are sure to surprise and delight those loved ones back home. Route 66 passes across the Texas Panhandle and weaves right on through Amarillo.

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