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From Las Vegas: Historic Oatman Mining Town & Route 66 Tour

1. From Las Vegas: Historic Oatman Mining Town & Route 66 Tour

Departing from Las Vegas, your adventure begins the moment you board our comfortable passenger vehicle. Our tour guide’s ancestral roots in the area date back to the 1800’s, and his family’s vintage collections have been featured in Mohave Museum of History and Arts exhibitions, making him the perfect escort for your day out. First stop is the Powerhouse Visitors Center/Arizona Route 66 and Electric Vehicle Museums. You’ll discover a variety of vehicles, photographs, and artifacts gathered over the history of ‘The Mother Road’. Next, we stop at Cool Springs Service Station. Built in the mid-1920's, Cool Springs was born on Route 66 and remains an antiquated spawn of the Mother Road today. Then, we take the Route 66 Black Mountain scenic 8-mile stretch to Oatman, known as the Sidewinder, which has 191 curves, turns and switchbacks. The views from the Sitgreaves Pass during your travel of the Black Mountains, which borders the eastern shore of the south-flowing Colorado River from Hoover Dam, are simply stunning. Finally, we reach Historic Oatman in time to stroll around the vintage shops, meander with the burros and experience the 'High Noon' gunfight reenactment.

Wine and Beer Tasting on Route 66 with Lunch and Pickup

2. Wine and Beer Tasting on Route 66 with Lunch and Pickup

Drive along Route 66 and taste the wine and beer of the Arizona Desert. Try up to 10 different local wines while admiring the surrounding green vineyards and distant mountain scenery. Make special stops to the Powerhouse Visitor's Center and Electric Vehicle Museum and enjoy lunch with a craft beer. Begin the adventure with hotel pickup by your guide. Step into a completely sanitized passenger van and enjoy stocked, purified water for the road. Get spirited away to the Powerhouse Visitor's Center, along Route 66, and the Electric Vehicles Museums. After a short visit at the museums, embark out on Route 66 to unique desert wineries that grant the chance to taste up to 10 different wines. Admire the desert landscape and take in the peaceful ambiance while sipping on signature wine selections. Next, head to downtown Kingman to enjoy a freshly made lunch. Choose between a hot or cold meal option, served with your favorite handcrafted beer or wine from the brewery. Afterward, feel safe with a ride back to your hotel, no hassle.

Las Vegas: Grand Canyon Caverns & Route 66 Tour with Lunch

3. Las Vegas: Grand Canyon Caverns & Route 66 Tour with Lunch

Start your tour with a visit to the historic Arizona Route 66 Powerhouse and Electric Vehicle Museum. Learn about the historical evolution of travel along the 35th parallel which became Route 66. Next, you'll climb in elevation from the dry desert to lusher vegetation with juniper and pine trees, traveling through Crozier Canyon where 128 trains pass daily through the historic towns of Hackberry, Valentine & Truxton. Your journey will continue through Peach Springs, a Hualapai Indian reservation arriving at Grand Canyon Caverns. Here, you'll visit Radiator Springs, the inspiration for the movie Cars. The tour will proceed to the Caverns where you'll descend 200+ feet below the earth. Once you've finished the underground cavern tour, enjoy a well-deserved lunch (included) at the Caverns Grill.

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What people are saying about Arizona Route 66 Museum

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It was a huge experience! We loved the trip! The car was comfortable. We had enough time to see, visit the museum, Oatman and the route 66. Everything was perfect! Highly recommended trip!!! Everybody will love it!

Enjoyed the ride and aa side trip to a rock stop. Found some nice rocks for the grandkids. Oatman was interesting.

It was an awesome tour. Bob went out if his way to make sure we had a great experience!