Route 66 Passports
Many travelers on Historic Route 66 enjoy documenting their road trips with stamps collected in "passports" that they gather at different stops along the Mother Road.
A number of passports are available, including these:
Route 66 Passport
The new improved, 76-page 2022 edition of Mother Road Route 66 Passport is now available to Route 66 travelers and enthusiasts.
Passport holders collect unique stamps, free souvenirs and exclusive discounts at carefully 37 selected locations on their adventure along Route 66. Special pages are also provided to collect autographs or write notes, as well as illustrated maps.
The popular passport is available for purchase at many Route 66 passport distribution points, and the Touch Media website as well as at other online locations.
Oklahoma Route 66 Passport
The Oklahoma Route 66 Passport from the Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department helps Route 66 travelers find new destinations to explore and document their progress along the way.
The Route 66 Passport, which is available free at TravelOK.com, features 66 of the state’s memorable Mother Road attractions. It includes iconic stops like Catoosa’s Blue Whale, Stroud’s Rock Cafe and Clinton’s Oklahoma Route 66 Museum along with many newer favorites.
Get your passport stamped at each stop, then take it to a Tourism Information Center to be verified and earn an exclusive Route 66 coin.
Arizona Route 66 Passport
The Arizona Route 66 Passport is your guide into the heart of America. Cruise along the Mother Road, collecting stamps at locations along the way. Each passport comes with a free Traveler's Guide.
It is published by the The Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona, a non-profit organization, dedicated to the preservation, protection, and promotion of both the surface, and the memories along Arizona’s portion of Route 66. Proceeds from the sale of Passports benefit this cooperative marketing initiative.
Purchase an Arizona Route 66 Passport online or pick one up at one of the locations where stamps are given.
Arizona Digital Route 66 Passport: Rock the Route
The Arizona Office of Tourism launched in late August of 2022 the Digital Route 66 Passport. From Topock 66 on the Colorado River in the west to The Painted Desert Trading Post in the east plus miles of famous sights, shops, eats and towns in between, the free digital passport makes planning a Route 66-centric road trip easier than ever.
There’s even the chance to win prizes by checking in and uploading photos through the passport.
Access to the free digital map and passport is delivered instantly to phones and mobile devices after a quick sign-up.
Read how the Passport works and how to get one: Arizona Digital Route 66 Passport
Read the Press Release here: Arizona Office of Tourism Launches Digital Route 66 Passport
Illinois Route 66 Passport Stations
When driving Route 66 in Illinois, don’t forget to bring a notebook and a pencil to collect all of the Illinois Route 66 Passport Stamps!
When you discover a stamp on a Wayside Exhibit simply place a piece of paper over the rubbing station and use your pencil to collect a unique engraving.
Each display is placed in a location that has Route 66 significance and explains that importance through various media forms.
The Illinois Route 66 Wayside exhibits can be found in 17 communities along the Mother Road. Each wayside is placed at a site with historic significance and tells the story of the site’s relationship to Route 66.
The interpretive stations use illustrations, pictures, and audio to explore each site.
See sample location in the photos below ...
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