Route 66 Automobile Museum, a very interesting attraction, many classic cars, very cute in shape, really a good place to travel to take pictures and check in. It records the pioneering spirit of the United States, which is great!
There is a small museum above the town, but I think it's quite worth seeing. It can be regarded as an evolution of all aspects of transportation, travel and the lives of nearby people on Route 66.
This museum is located above the small town and you can visit it by the way. It is actually quite small. The exterior looks like a farm. You can see some evolution of the road inside, which is good.
This place may be a bit reluctant to say that it is a museum, but it has the feeling of American road culture, so I recommend everyone to stop here to have a look or eat something.
This is the only scenic spot in the town. In fact, it is an exhibition hall showing the evolution of people, whether it is equipment or transportation, on this long travel route.
Feeling disappointed . I called at 1:57 pm and the lady was nice and said she was closing early at 4pm for a prior engagement. We were about a hour and a half away. So we knew by the time we got the...
This was one of the only attractions open in Santa Rosa, If you are a car enthusiist it is worth stopping. Does not take long to go through. Photos alloowed.
This is across the road from the Hampton Inn. Lots of cars and memorabilia about cars and Route 66. We all found items of interest. $5 admission per person.
My husband is a car guy so we had to stop. Very good display of many different types of cars and memorabilia. The owner, Bozo Cordova was there so we heard the story if how it came to be.
Car enthusiast would love this show room and museum. Friendly operators and well maintained. See photos in my review